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cal·o·rif·ic

(kal'ŏ-rif'ik),
Producing heat.
[L. calor, heat]

cal·o·rif·ic

(kal'ŏ-rif'ik)
Producing heat.
[L. calor, heat]

calorific

Anything producing or able to produce heat, or pertaining to heat production.
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The rank of coal is lignite with calorific value of 6400 Btu/lb.
On a net calorific value (CV) basis, the price would be USD 3.4 per unit as compared to USD 4.24 at present.
However, SDMC standing committee chairman Radhey Shyam Sharma said, "The calorific value during the sample test is below the set standard because dry samples were sent for the test." The leader of opposition in SDMC, Farhad Suri, on Tuesday raised the issue in the standing committee where it was revealed that even though the mid- day meal served to children are lower than the minimum requirement, the vendors are being paid for meals of 450 calories.
The new scope of accreditation includes testing by combustion (carbon/sulfur, carbon/hydrogen/nitrogen, mercury), inert gas fusion instrumentation (oxygen/nitrogen/ hydrogen), ash fusion (melting point), gross calorific value, and thermogravemetric analysis (moisture/volatile matter/ash, LOI).
Keywords: Municipal Solid Waste; Composition; Calorific Value; Power Generation
Firstly, the calorific value is usually considerably lower than gases such as natural gas and LPG.
CHOCOLATE may be the food of the gods but it can certainly pack a calorific punch.
The calorific value of semicoke is given in Table 6.
Coal analysis figures from nine samples provided by the vendor (to be validated by PXR during the due diligence phase) indicate an average calorific value of 6,841 kcal/kg, with overall figures (calorific value, ash, moisture and sulphur content) comparing favourably with the figures for typical Indonesian bituminous coal as well as the benchmark Rio Tinto thermal coal blend.
Studies by scientists in the United States have shown that a high calorific intake can substantially increase the risk of developing mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a syndrome characterised by mild memory loss which can precede dementia.
The drink is a rich source of vitamins, fibre, minerals and antioxidants and has a relatively low calorific value compared with many other alcoholic beverages.
Mitgas is a regional gas distributor in Eastern Germany and is involved in the wholesale supply of high calorific gas to local energy suppliers.