Definition of Preheating
1. Verb. (present participle of preheat) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Preheating
1. preheat [v] - See also: preheat
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Preheating Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Preheating
Literary usage of Preheating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1921)
"Effect of preheating to 515° C. before Quenching from Lower Temperatures In Figs. 7 and 8 are shown the results of experiments to determine whether ..."
2. The Mechanical Engineering of Steam Power Plants by Frederic Remsen Hutton (1908)
"preheating the Feed-water. Since the fire is the source of all heat energy (paragraf 105) the heat to raise the feed-water from its temperature in the ..."
3. Heat and Heat-engines: A Study of the Principles which Underlie the by Frederick Remsen Hutton (1899)
"Large-scale experiments with compressed-air plants without preheating of the air at ... preheating may reduce the losses to something over 20 per cent only, ..."
4. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society Containing the Papers and by American Ceramic Society, American Ceramic Society Meeting (1912)
"NOTE ON THE RELATION BETWEEN preheating TEMPERATURE AND VOLUME SHRINKAGE. By RK HURSH. INTRODUCTION. An extended study of the effect of preliminary heat ..."
5. Automotive Repair: Instruction Manual of Repair Jobs by John Calvin Wright (1921)
"preheating.—A modern automobile engine should have proper provision for heating the ... All engines are not yet equipped with proper preheating devices, ..."
6. Automobile Repairshop Short-cuts: Over 1500 Time and Labor-saving Kinks by Motor World (1918)
"1360—preheating FURNACE An exceptionally simple but effective preheating furnace may be constructed by using an old Ford cylinder casting as a base, ..."
7. Drying Clay Wares: By Ellis Lovejoy by Ellis Lovejoy (1916)
"preheating a clay makes it more porous and permits the moisture to escape to the surface. The peculiar condition of many clays which makes them difficult to ..."
8. A Practical Manual of Autogenous Welding (oxy-acetylene): With a Chapter on by Raphaël Granjon, P. Rosemberg (1915)
"A blowpipe which is too strong produces too rapid melting; this should bo as carefully avoided as that of melting too slowly. preheating. ..."