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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The total steam flow was obtained by summing the measured steam flows in each steam line (see Figure 3(c)).
(2) The Steam Line Trail runs along steam pipelines once fed by the former steam plant.
"There are nine engines we want to hook up and display," Dave says, "but I would really like to start with this one." 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.
Always expand the discharge steam line piping at least one pipe diameter.
Electricity was quickly shut off to the block, along with a 24-inch steam line. Before loose pavement on unsupported gas lines could be removed by crews, a fire broke out.
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.
The award recognizes AFG's outstanding Construction Management practices for the Steam Line & Condensate Replacement Project serving GSA's Heating Operations & Transmission Division.
Though lacking the accuracy of a system calibrated empirically, one calibrated formulaically is easier to plug into an existing steam line, Shedd added.