thermal process

thermal process

[′thər·məl ′prä·səs]
(chemical engineering)
Any process that utilizes heat, without the aid of a catalyst, to accomplish chemical change; for example, thermal cracking, thermal reforming, or thermal polymerization.
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A review of the thermal processing records determined the recalled lot did not receive the prescribed thermal process and was therefore underprocessed.
Honeywell, a leading technology company, has announced that Honeywell Connected Plant Thermal IQ, a cloud-based remote monitoring system designed to monitor and manage critical thermal process data, is now available to customers in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
Surimi, a ready-to-eat product, must undergo a thermal process to eliminate pathogens and cause gelation.
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The developed thermal process application is used for indication of all the risks associated with the currently predicted and measured temperature.
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The uncertainty underlying thermal process validations increases significantly when predictions are scaled from the lab to pilot scale to commercial scale operations.
It is especially helpful in setting up new processes, confirming that laboratory and production furnaces are generating the same thermal process. The controlled blend of inorganic material that makes up the devices shrinks as they are exposed to temperature.
HB-1090 utilizes a unique and patented thermal process, which creates perfect spheres of high-purity Magnetite or Black Iron Oxide.
Conventional wisdom has been that thermal processes would gradually be replaced with new electrolytic technology, and in the early 1990s; some 76% of world capacity used this process, However, by 2003 the preparation of magnesium produced by the thermal process had increased to 45%.
"We've listened to our customers and developed Thermal TRACK 5 to meet their need for a portable and convenient thermal process optimization tool to work in the tight confines of their fabs," said James Pascale, SensArray customer commitment advisor for ISIS 5 systems.