Definition of Free burning
1. Adjective. (of an electric arc) continuous. "Heat transfer to the anode in free burning arcs"
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Literary usage of Free burning
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1. Handbook of Mechanical and Electrical Cost Data: Giving Shipping Weights by Halbert Powers Gillette, Richard Turner Dana (1918)
"... Calorific Value of Selected Free-Burning and Caking Soft Fuels. The data in Table III are from US Geological Survey Bulletin No. ..."
2. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1848)
"The free-burning coals occupy a tract running north-east and southwest through ... Those which are intermediate between the free-burning and bituminous are ..."
3. Metallurgy: The Art of Extracting Metals from Their Ores, and Adapting Them by John Percy (1861)
"Free-burning Coal.—This term is applied to coal which does not, in burning, sinter together, or cake, in a sensible degree. The fire remains open, ..."
4. The Assayer's Manual by Bruno Kerl (1889)
"Furnaces for solid, free-burning, faming fuel.—These are generally used with large muffles, and with such fuel the heat can be better regulated than in ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1886)
"free burning White-Ash.—"The distinction between it and the hard-burning ... Analysis shows that the free-burning white-ash coals are quite as rich in fixed ..."
6. Decisions on the Law of Patents for Inventions Rendered by [English Courts by United States Supreme Court, Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Woodbury Lowery (1887)
"They were not using free-burning coal at the Neath Abbey Works ; it was coke. ... I have seen free-burning and bituminous coal coked when mixed. ..."
7. Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions [1601-1843] by Great Britain, Courts, Thomas Webster, Great Britain Courts (1844)
"They were not using free burning coal (d) at the Neath Abbey Works; it was coke. ... I have seen free burning and bituminous coal coked when mixed. ..."