heat units

heat u·nits

(hēt yūnits)
The heat capacity for storing thermal energy within the anode of a diagnostic x-ray tube.
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Early absorption of heat units by late mango fruit is one of the factors behind Vivipary disorder.
But the kick of the Komodo dragon has some fiery competition from across the world CAROLINA REAPER: 1,569,300 Scoville heat units Hottest ever.
e Bhut Jolokia rated at more than one million Scoville heat units on the scale used to measure the heat of chilli is dried and soaked in alcohol to intensify the heat.
The heat of a pepper is measured in Scoville Heat Units.
Depending on the variety, the "burn factor" can vary from 1,000 to 8,000 heat units on the Scoville Scale--a method for measuring a pepper's heat level.
Scoville Heat Units, the amount of water needed for dilution before chilli heat is nil.
RG-BFT flowers after receiving [approximately equals] 550 accumulated heat units (10 [degrees] C base temp) when grown under light periods ranging from 13 to 19 hr and using a light intensity averaging 410 mol [m.
Piquin peppers are also not as hot: Tabasco peppers rank near the top of the scale in terms of spiciness--30,000 to 50,000 heat units (HU's) on the Scoville scale, which was developed by Wilbur Scoville in 1912 as a test to measure the hotness of different peppers.
Total quantity or scope: The two regions use totaling around 40,000 blankets a year and spends approximately 250 heat units.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: purchase heat units r-1, r-3, r-4, r-5, rt in december 2013 and january 2014.
Already, NRGreen runs waste heat units at four of the pipeline firm s natural gas compressor stations in Saskatchewan.