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Flowrate Calculation for a Venturi
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Ward Burner Systems - Power Burners, Raku Burners, and Kilns
Burner Choices Choices in Heating a Furnace/Glory Hole Rev. 3/27/94, 12/14/94, 7/18/95 ELECTRICITY VS GAS - For a furnace or glory hole for glassblowing, a burner is normally used as it is much usually more economical (when element cost is included) to use gas over electricity. Those people using electricity to melt glass report that the size of the furnace must be limited* and the elements must often be replaced each time the furnace is shut down. Burner Choices
Ceramic fibre linings — Cooking Glass: the site for glassies
Testing Lambda Sensors On and Off the Car Testing Lambda Sensors On and Off the Car Testing Lambda Sensors On and Off the Car From Andy MacFadyen am018@post.almac.co.uk The following are a series of articles sent to me by Andy MacFadyen. Please note the warnings about using a high impedance meter.
Air Flow and Velocities due to Natural Draft A temperature difference between the outside and inside air will create a "natural draft" forcing air to flow through the building. The direction of the flow depends on the temperatures. If inside temperature is higher than outside temperature, inside air density is less than outside air density, and inside air will flow up and out of the upper parts of the building. Cold outside air will flow into the lower parts of the building. If outside temperature is higher than inside air temperature - the air flow will be in the opposite direction. Air Flow and Velocities due to Natural Draft
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ITC Products : Dempsey's Forge - anvilfire Store ITC Products : Dempsey's Forge - anvilfire Store International Technical Ceramics high temperature, high performance, ceramic coatings for metals and refractories. These unique high temperature energy saving materials are used in the ceramics, foundry, forge aerospace and many other industries. We stock the full line of ITC products in pints and gallons (Half gallons are no longer available). For more details see each product below OR our ITC Ceramic Products Documentation page.