steam line


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steam line

[′stēm ‚līn]
(thermodynamics)
A graph of the boiling point of water as a function of pressure.
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2) The Steam Line Trail runs along steam pipelines once fed by the former steam plant.
The 18-by-20-inch bore-and-stroke engine has been mounted on a cement base but needs engine work and a steam line from the boiler.
Linbach argued that the supplier fabricating the steam line should be considered its "subcontractor;" therefore, the damage to the line fell within the subcontractor exception to the "your work" exclusion.
Industrial Rock Wool For Steam Line ,Pipe Section 3" Diameter(Nb) X 40 Mm Thick X 1 Meter Length,Density - 100 Kg/Cu.
Always expand the discharge steam line piping at least one pipe diameter.
At the same time, by accommodating a new steam line under the bridge surface, the university could eliminate the need for expensive city-owned steam by connecting to steam generated internally.
Electricity was quickly shut off to the block, along with a 24-inch steam line.
Department of Energy resource for "Heat Loss Per 100 Feet of Uninsulated Steam Line" from their Industrial Technologies Program Steam Tip Sheet, an uninsulated 4" diameter steam line of 2,000 feet in length, running at 150 PSIG can be losing 17000 million BTU's (MMBTU) per year.
Tenders are invited for Operation And Maintenance Of Steam Boiler And Steam Line System in connection with
The labels are manufactured from a steam grade material, for post-fill application on a steam line.
Pullman-style coaches from the 1950s will be pulling into Nuneaton's Trent Valley Station on their way to the Settle and Carlisle steam line in May.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of M/s BHEL Trichy make main steam line stop valves and boiler tybe offset bends in super heater area for unit-1 and 2 at sstpp,mppgcl, dongalia