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CURRENT DENSITY - The current flowing to or from a unit area of an electrode surface. CURTIS METHOD or Curtis stage - Velocity Compounding - This turbine design consists of one set of nozzles in which the steam is expanded from initial to exhaust pressure. The velocity of the steam resulting from this expansion is absorbed in two or more rows of moving blades. Rows of fixed or guide blades, attached to the casing, are set between rows of moving blades and receive and redirect the steam to the next row of moving blades.
Ion exchangers. PDF CATIONIC - The condition of a polymer, colloid, or large particle having exchangeable anions on its surface and an opposite, positive charge on the substrata. CAUSTIC CRACKING - A form of stress-corrosion cracking most frequently encountered in carbon steels or iron-chromium-nickel alloys that are exposed to concentrated hydroxide solutions at temperature of 200 to 250°C. CAUSTIC EMBRITTLEMENT - An obsolete term replaced by caustic cracking. CAUSTIC SODA - A common water treatment chemical, sodium hydroxide.
DEADBAND - In HVAC, a temperature range in which neither heating nor cooling is turned on; in load management, a kilowatt range in which loads are neither shed nor restored. DE-AERATING HEATERS - Mechanical device using steam to strip dissolve gases from the boiler feedwater and heating the feedwater. DE-AERATION - Act of separating air from substances. DE-AERATOR - An apparatus or device which is used to remove dissolved air or oxygen from water. DE-ALKALIZATION - The removal of alkalinity from a water supply by neutralization or ion exchange.