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regenerate

[rē′jen·ə‚rāt]
(chemical engineering)
To clean of impurities and make reusable as in regeneration of a catalytic cracking catalyst by burning off carbon residue, regeneration of clay adsorbent by washing free of adherents, or regeneration of a filtration system by cleaning off the filter media.
(electronics)
To restore pulses to their original shape.
To restore stored information to its original form in a storage tube in order to counteract fading and disturbances.

Regenerate

To form, construct, or create anew.
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In the Tl-IPoWDM network, the power consumptions of the 3R regenerators also need to be additionally considered (apart from the three parameters mentioned for the Tp-IPoWDM network).
The SC[O.sub.2] of the turbine flows through regenerator 1 (8-9) and then through regenerator 2 (9-10) and recovers its energy from the flow out of the turbine.
Nowadays more than one material is used in regenerators so as to increase the cooling capacity of the system.
For active magnetic regenerator refrigerator device, the heat transfer plays an important role between magnetocaloric material and carrier fluid.
The core of the engine (heat exchangers and the regenerator) yields the amplification.
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Adjacent to this dehumidifying device is a heating device to heat the regenerator inlet air to a temperature much higher than the supply air.
Solar Turbines designed and tested drum-type regenerators for a 600-hp military tank with various cores, including stainless corrugated foil, stainless layered screening, and metallic and nonmetallic seals, including a unique nonrubbing roller seal.
Seminars included Gentrification v Regeneration, Creative Industries as Regenerators, Who Makes London?
The event's closing day will include such sessions as "Bipolar Lithium-ion Batteries for High-power Application," "Ultracapacitors as Energy Regenerators in Fuel Cell and Hybrid Vehicle Powertrains" and "Potential Ultracapacitor Roles for Hybrid Electric Vehicles."
The Manhattan Loft Corporation, pioneers of loft living in the UK and regenerators of inner city London, have taken over Trecwn near Fishguard in joint venture with property developer, Richard Harrington.
'' Her food was due to be served up at a special award ceremony today, when Riverside Community Market Association is named as one of the top 10 regenerators in Wales by Community Enterprise Wales.