calefaction


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Synonyms for calefaction

the property of being warming

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Experiments have shown that applying an ultrasonic field on fluid cooling increases the cooling capacity of the physico-chemical mediums, while eliminating one of the most dangerous stages of cooling, namely calefaction. (Bancescu & Dulucheanu, 2001).
They have been used for preventive treatment of arterial and venous thromboembolism, as well as primary prevention of myocardial infarction in the high-risk population, and "systemic embolism in patients with rheumatic mitral-valve disease, mitral valve prolapse, mitral annular calefaction, non rheumatic mitral regurgitation or mobile aortic atheromas or aortic plaques" (Schulman, 2003, p.
Electric power supply of the guns is performed by means of high-voltage 30 kV direct voltage sources, consisting of the switching start-protective equipment, thyristor keys, chokes, transformers, rectifiers, and cathode calefaction sources of the guns.
Operation of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station adversely affects water quality in Oyster Creek and Barnegat Bay principally by: (1) the calefaction of receiving waters due to waste heat rejection; and (2) the release of biocides (chlorine) and radionuclides in liquid effluent.
During quenching, cooling products through four successive stages in time, namely: subcooling strong, calefaction, boiling violent and boiling quiet.