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supercritical

[¦sü·pər′krid·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Having an effective multiplication constant greater than 1, so that the rate of reaction rises rapidly in a nuclear reactor.
(thermodynamics)
Property of a gas which is above its critical pressure and temperature.
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Reposing its confidence in BHELs technological and project execution capabilities, MAHAGENCO has entrusted BHEL with the contract for setting up the first supercritical set at Bhusawal TPS.
North Chennai Supercritical TPS Stage III is located in Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu and power generated from this plant will the state and provide easy access to electricity to the people of Tamil Nadu.
Scientists had generally thought the physical properties of supercritical fluids changed gradually with pressure and temperature.
At a constant pressure (Figure 8), increasing the temperature reduces the density of supercritical fluid and hence reduces the dissolving power of C[O.
Supercritical water rapidly oxidizes any organic substance it comes in contact with- which in other words mean that it burns it.
ABFPLaACAOs scope of work includes engineering, manufacturing, supply, erection and commissioning of three 660 MW supercritical units.
Using simple, traditional ingredients such as baking soda, Neem and natural wax floss, and combining them with powerful and modern supercritical extracts, our Oral Care Program will make both dentists and grandmothers happy," says Autumn Blum, founder of the Bowling Green, Fla.
It only took 18 years for China from developing supercritical to have the largest number of ultra-supercritical power generating units in the world, as of 2012 China has 59 1000MW ultra-supercritical generating units (including operating and under construction units), and the most recent case, it took only 3 years for China Huaneng Group to put a 120,000t/y of carbon capture demonstration plant into operation.
The SFT-250 Supercritical Fluid Extractor (SFE) is designed to perform a variety of extractions in supercritical fluid and is engineered to meet the day-to-day rigors of the research lab.
India, July 5 -- Alstom Projects India has bagged orders from BHEL to supply components and services for the 660-MW supercritical boilers at NTPC sites of two units in Mouda, Maharashtra, worth nearly Rs 530 crore.
A supercritical fluid, commonly used as a substitute for organic solvents in such reaction and separation processes as power generation and decaffeination, is introduced as any substance at a temperature above its critical point which has unique properties intermediate between those of a gas and a liquid.