steam cycle

steam cycle

[′stēm ‚sī·kəl]
(thermodynamics)
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GE said it has proven strength in steam turbines, with a portfolio that helps ensure that site-specific, operational, steam cycle and application needs are met.
LG's new automatic washing machine launched in May 2015 has the advanced function of steam cycle that eliminates strong stains and even allergens.
If the temperature drops below the 100[degrees]C set point during the steam cycle, the timer stops until 100[degrees]C is again achieved.
As a result, laying out the steam cycle equipment and its auxiliaries in a plant originally designed exclusively for simple cycle can be the most significant challenge.
Whereas the original introduction of the steam turbine utilized the existing boiler and balance of the plant technology, the combined mercury and steam cycle also required development of a mercury boiler, a mercury condenser, a firebox that boiled mercury, preheated combustion air, and super-heated steam, along with mercury turbines.
The newest 510(k) clearances are for Sterrad 100NX Express Cycle, which the company claims enables fast turnaround for products such as endoscopes used for robotic surgery, and a product called the 4 Minute Steam Cycle, for use with popular rigid containers.
By adding IRIS's capabilities to its operations, OmniEarth will be well-positioned to offer solutions that will inform all phases of energy exploration and development, OmniEarth said, adding that it plans to continue IRIS' energy portfolio products, including high consequence area monitoring and thermal steam cycle analysis.
Meanwhile Lowe [15] presents analysis of the virtual HP cycle coupled to the steam cycle of CHP plant and demonstrates a high COP of the HP.
I have often emphasised in lectures that in a steam cycle the heat which is converted to work results from phase change and that no such heat release is possible with air, hence the need to introduce something capable of chemical heat release into the cycle.
Their heat is used to generate electricity through a steam cycle.