hot exhaust

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  • They also get damaged from ingesting foreign objects and produce a hot exhaust.
  • Such flaps require greater strength due to the power of modern engines and also greater heat resistance to the hot exhaust.
  • The great ship, balanced perfectly on the hot exhaust, slowly slipped toward the ground. Cited from Stand by for Mars!, by Carey Rockwell
  • Water was needed to cool rapidly flowing air and hot exhaust gases.
  • Also the missile needs to be able to see the hot exhaust of an aircraft, making it a tail chase only missile.
  • Overheating of data center equipment can result in reduced server performance or equipment damage due to hot exhaust air finding its way into an air inlet.
  • Everyone in the cockpit saw the fighter's red-hot exhaust stack as he bore down on us. Cited from The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, by Edward Ruppelt
  • Early infra-red detectors had poor sensitivity, so could only track the hot exhaust pipes of an aircraft.
  • Most other jet engines have gas turbines in the hot exhaust.
  • By this means, the duct was further protected from the hot exhaust.
  • This caused hot exhaust to burn the forward edge of the landing gear doors and heat the tires.
  • Many, mostly in military aviation, add an afterburner which injects extra fuel into the hot exhaust.
  • The idea is that as hot exhaust gases flow through the checkerwork, they give up heat to the bricks.
  • This made the operator less visible prior to firing and decreased the risk of injury from hot exhaust gases.
  • They were fitted with a water-cooling system to reduce the turbulence caused by hot exhaust gases.
  • When activated, diesel fuel is injected into the hot exhaust, creating the thick smoke.
  • Hot exhaust gases from the fire passed through the flue thus increasing the surface area heating the water and improving efficiency.
  • Natural gas will drive the gas turbine, while the hot exhaust gases will generate steam for the steam turbine.
  • Most piston engines have a hot exhaust that still contains considerable undeveloped energy that could be used for propulsion if extracted.
  • Much of the poor fuel economy of the gas turbine in the traction role was due to the hot exhaust, which essentially represented lost energy.
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