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A method of thrust augmentation in gas turbine engines. This normally is used on engines fitted on combat aircraft. The surplus or unburned air coming out of the engine is burned by the addition of fuel, which accelerates the gases and provides additional thrust. Engines fitted with a reheat control have a variable propelling nozzle to ensure the correct balance between temperature, pressure, and thrust. Also called afterburning
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"You can't cook an entire turkey and reheat it without ruining quality and increasing your chances of food poisoning," Borboa warns, "but you can prep a few ingredients to save time."
Moullec [16] explored the potential performance of a coal-fired power plant based on double reheat recompression S-C[O.sub.2] cycle integrated with a post-combustion carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Nonetheless, the exterior zone requires heating; therefore, the TB reheat is always required.
[4] demonstrates that reheated material, in this case steel plates, is heated by two forms of heat from inside of the furnace: radiation and convection.
While building heating operation is seasonal, reheat systems typically operate continuously to provide space temperature control.
6 For lunch on Boxing Day, you had leftovers from your turkey dinner reheated, and you've been feeling queasy ever since.
Then, the same high-temperature reservoir reheats the working fluid and supplies it to the L.P.T.
The present work aims to elucidate the effects of preform reheat temperature on the 1.5-1 CSD bottle properties in a two-stage ISBM process.
Also boasts a variable browning function, defrost, reheat and cancel functions and removable crumb tray.
"Consumers are preparing more meals at home and are seeking food storage solutions that make it easier to cook, serve, store and reheat foods all in the same container," says Amanda Sloan, brand manager.
Amsler Equipment, a leading Canadian manufacturer of all-electric, reheat stretch-blow moulding machines has expanded its line of convertible machines with the introduction of an L32 reheat stretch-blow moulding machine.
Amsler Equipment Inc., based in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, a manufacturer of all-electric, reheat stretch-blow molding machines, has introduced the L515 convertible machine.