Other articles related to "grate, grates":

Don Grate - College Career
... Don Grate was a two-sport star at the Ohio State University, lettering in both baseball and basketball in the 1944 and 1945 seasons ... As a basketball standout, Grate was a two-time all-Big Ten selection and earned All-America honors as a senior after scoring 272 points in 21 games ... Grate was inducted into the Ohio State Varsity O Hall of Fame in 1996 ...
Cement Kiln - Preheaters - Grate Preheaters
... The grate preheater consists of a chamber containing a chain-like high-temperature steel moving grate, attached to the cold end of the rotary kiln ... The pellets are loaded onto the moving grate, and the hot combustion gases from the rear of the kiln are passed through the bed of pellets from beneath ... The grate preheater is also applicable to the "semi-wet" process, in which the rawmix is made as a slurry, which is first de-watered with a high-pressure filter, and the ...
Ladder Paradox - Man Falling Into Grate Variation
... Rindler and involved a fast walking man, represented by a rod, falling into a grate ... It is assumed that the rod is entirely over the grate in the grate frame of reference before the downward acceleration begins simultaneously and equally ... From the perspective of the grate, the rod undergoes a length contraction and fits into the grate ...
Grate Firing
... Grate firing was the first combustion system used for solid fuels ... MWth in industry and CHP Fuel fired per grate area 1-2 MW/m2, maximum grate area 100 m2 Grates are typical only suitable for coarse particles, for fine particles a spreader is ... capacity Primary air through the grate (also used for cooling) and secondary air ...
Cement Kiln - Ancillary Equipment - Coolers
... From about 1930, the grate cooler was developed ... This consists of a perforated grate through which cold air is blown, enclosed in a rectangular chamber ... A bed of clinker up to 0.5 m deep moves along the grate ...

Famous quotes containing the word grate:

    I had rather hear a brazen canstick turned,
    Or a dry wheel grate on the axle-tree,
    And that would set my teeth nothing on edge,
    Nothing so much as mincing poetry.
    ‘Tis like the forced gait of a shuffling nag.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)