Such compression is achieved by using the electromagnetic radiation to superheat a portion of a liquid mass.
The produced heat is used to vaporize the remaining volume of fuel and superheat a volume of saturated steam supplied to the cold-flame vaporizer.
In the pressurized heat exchanger (30), heat is emitted to tube bundles (32) for generation and/or superheating of steam.
The heater both boils the raw water to produce a substantially saturated steam and superheats the substantially saturated steam.
The system functions to superheat steam while maintaining the fuel at a lower temperature prior to injection and mixing with the steam.
In this way, electrochemical devices such as batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers, and sensors, which may overheat during use and cause a fire or explosion, are precluded from overheating.
Rechargeable batteries of notebook computers which may overheat are an example of this.
A skin temperature sensor is included to prevent the ultrasonic signals from overheating the skin.
Consequently, the lamp (6) is not overheated easily when water is not conducted.
These prior art systems heat up slowly and can overheat.
When the equably-heating cooking pan without lampblack for protecting environment is used, the pan body can't be over-heated, so it can't produce lampblack.
In the field of drilling there is a need to facilitate the drilling of an object in a predetermined location while avoiding overheating the drill bit.
After a desired interval, once the magnet has had time to build its electromagnetic field, voltage is further reduced to prevent the magnet from overheating.
Disclosed are a lamp and heating device, which have a simple constitution and are capable of effectively preventing the seal part from overheating.
When the used thermal capacity attains a threshold, the relay is tripped thus removing current to the motor and preventing motor from overheating.
Light scattered from the secondary illumination spot is collected and imaged onto one or more detectors without overheating the particle and damaging the wafer.
The purpose of this invention is to provide a display device that prevents a display panel from overheating and causing an EL element to deteriorate.
An energy storage system preventing self from overheating, specifically a battery system, comprising at least one energy storage unit.