exhaust heat

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  • It is often used as a form of exhaust heat management.
  • Two task forces are currently studying exhaust heat recovery systems on passenger cars.
  • She has features to lower environmental damage, including exhaust heat recovery and cogeneration.
  • This process is also known as "exhaust heat management".
  • The girl looks up, pale with the exhausting heat. Cited from Memoirs of My Dead Life, by George Moore
  • This feature is only available if the exhaust heat is not used otherwise, as in cogeneration or combined cycle applications.
  • The E1 takes exhaust heat from large industrial engines and turns it into electricity.
  • As a result, high temperature insulation is used, more commonly known as heat barriers, for exhaust heat management.
  • Typical use would be to recover exhaust heat from combustion air.
  • Cogeneration uses waste exhaust heat for process or other heating uses.
  • BMW, however, has proposed that automobiles use exhaust heat to drive steam turbines.
  • Exhaust heat created during firing of the lower part of the kiln, preheats the chambers above.
  • The German company has been one of the first major to study exhaust heat recovery with a Rankine system called Turbosteamer.
  • It consists of one gas turbine, one steam turbine, and one exhaust heat recovery boiler.
  • Early attempts had been made with evaporators running from diesel engine exhaust heat, but these could only be used when the submarine was running at speed on the surface.
  • In transportation, an exhaust heat recovery system turns thermal losses in the exhaust pipe into energy.
  • CHP schemes were then known as total energy schemes, which comprised exhaust heat recovery.
  • There are also plans to collect the waste heat from the engine exhaust heat gases to feed into the district heat network to improve the efficiency further.
  • Evelyn Maersk uses one of the most efficient power plants, using its exhaust heat for boilers and purifying its fuel.
  • Twin rotating recuperators transfer exhaust heat to the inlet air, greatly improving fuel economy.
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