steam drive

steam drive

[′stēm ‚drīv]
(mechanical engineering)
Any device which uses power generated by the pressure of expanding steam to move a machine or a machine part.
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In steam flooding, sometimes known as steam drive, some wells are used as steam injection wells and others are used for oil production.
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The steam drives turbines which generates electricity enough for 20,000 homes.
The steam drives a turbine, which produces electricity.
In summer, the steam drives absorption chillers; in winter, its heat is exchanged into heating for the building.
The resulting steam drives a power-generating turbine and is then cooled back into a liquid form by deep sea water of around 2 to 6 C.