superheat - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "superheat" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

superheat / перегрев
[ˈsjuːpəhiːt]
[ˈsjuːpəhiːt]
Перевод
имя существительное
перегрев
overheat, overheating, superheat
глагол
перегревать
overheat, superheat, parboil
Определения
имя существительное
the excess of temperature of a vapor above its temperature of saturation.
Mold conditions, pouring rate, and other process variables being equal, the fluidity of commercial gray irons depends primarily on the amount of superheat above the freezing temperature (liquidus).
глагол
heat (a liquid) under pressure above its boiling point without vaporization.
Water below the surface is not directly exposed to the atmosphere and can remain a liquid as it superheats above this temperature.
Примеры
we superheat the car's brakes
Mold conditions, pouring rate, and other process variables being equal, the fluidity of commercial gray irons depends primarily on the amount of superheat above the freezing temperature (liquidus).
More importantly, propane will vaporize and absorb superheat at low ambient temperatures - not possible with water.
The gas from the two dedicated Zechstein wells is currently of sufficiently high pressure to drive the turbine. A fuel gas heater is being used to supply superheat to the gas.
The nonstop operation also tends to superheat oil used in equipment, breaking down its viscosity.
An enlarged superheater was an obvious advantage in a period when the quality of coal supplied was always in doubt.
It is common ground that superheating of the fuel gas was necessary.
Water below the surface is not directly exposed to the atmosphere and can remain a liquid as it superheats above this temperature.
They processed starch and an oil, such as soy oil, together in superheated steam under pressure and noted the unusual nature of a gel that came out of the jet cooker.
At some point after its formation, the black hole emits a flare of superheated gases, travelling at relativistic speeds.