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incombustible

(ĭn″kŏm-bŭs′tĭ-bl) [″ + combustus, burned]
Incapable of being burned.
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The adjustment for fossil fuel equivalency is equal to the difference between total primary consumption of noncombustible renewables for electricity generation in Btu (calculated using the fossil fuels heat rate in Table A6) and the captured energy of that electricity (calculated using the constant conversion factor of 3,412 Btu per kWh).
The same subsamples prepared for noncombustible determination by hammer milling were used.
This is simply explicable with the fact that some of the noncombustible parts of mineral components decompose at burning and absorb the energy released from the combustible part.
DensArmor Interior Guard is a unique interior product consisting of a noncombustible gypsum core with a coated glass mat on the back and a smooth, heavy duty paper on the face.
Georgia-Pacific Gypsum's two new patented gypsum wallboard products, DensArmor Interior Guard and DensArmor Plus Interior Guard, combine the company's patented glass-mat "Dens" technology with a noncombustible core reinforced with inorganic glass fibers.
Nevertheless, the FAA has started to test equipment to add noncombustible gases to the fuel tanks.
2] is cheap, it's environmentally benign, and it's noncombustible," says Taylor.
said Wednesday it has developed a way to monitor and analyze burns to human skin that will be useful in creating noncombustible fabric for clothing.
The roof coverings in question would be applicable for either combustible or noncombustible decks, when applied as intended.
As required by code, all the remodels used noncombustible material near the firebox opening.
In many institutional applications, Dricon lumber and plywood meet model building codes as economical substitutes for materials classified as noncombustible.