superheated steam


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superheated steam

Steam at a temperature higher than the saturation temperature corresponding to the pressure.
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Such an investigation would help establish the industrial in-situ recovery technology of oil shale in superheated steam.
Therefore, this study was aimed at developing quick-cooking glutinous rice using superheated steam treatment.
That's more complicated and expensive, and the vast majority of industrial processes that use steam--making chocolate or chemicals and brewing beer --don't need superheated steam.
At the time, the well was the most powerful ever drilled and was used to create superheated steam until it suffered corrosion problems in 2012.
The 750[degrees]C hot helium from reactor fed into the SG flows around the SGHT and transfers its heat to the subcooled feedwater in the SGHT to produce a 571[degrees]C superheated steam at the SG outlet, whereby its temperature decreases from 750[degrees] C to 250[degrees]C.
The superheated steam temperature of a thermal power plant directly affects the thermal efficiency, safe operation of the superheated pipe, and the steam turbine equipment.
Standard silicone elastomers can only withstand superheated steam for short periods, making them less suitable for manufacturing seals and gaskets exposed to such hot fluids.
Superheated steam vacuum drying shows major advantages in terms of reducing the boiling point of water and speeding up the drying process, but to our knowledge, no researcher has addressed the effects of drying conditions on heat transfer characteristics during superheated steam vacuum drying of wood.
In 1875, he patented a process for the production of "carburetted water gas," a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen produced by passing superheated steam over hot charcoal while injecting oil.
The purpose of this paper is to show the effects that the sterilization with gamma radiation, ethylene oxide and superheated steam have on welded test specimens and thereby evaluate the risk for patient safety that those sterilization procedures may constitute on the product.
KROHNE (Peabody, MA) has introduced the OPTISONIC 8300 ultrasonic flowmeter for superheated steam, which delivers 1% measuring accuracy, high repeatability, and a large measuring range with maintenance-free operation.
Then they used a hot-air drying method and low-pressure superheated steam drying to form the solution into films with thicknesses of up to 30 mm.