In addition, because closed coating systems with solvent recovery or afterburning are not as common for painting large vehicles as they are in the passenger car industry, paints with a low VOC content are all the more important.
What does A/B stand for?
A/B stands for Afterburning
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We have 105 other meanings of A/B in our Acronym Attic
- Analysis of Accounts
- Angle of Attack
- Answers All (swapping)
- As Above
- Attack Assessment
- Asian/Asian American Student Affairs (Northwestern University; Illinois)
- Afterburner (jet engines)
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What is more, this afterburning of the edges shifts the overall fire scenario to small surface flames accompanied by higher surface temperatures and probably thermo-oxidative pyrolysis, both of which reduce the residue.
[FIGURE 5 OMITTED] Cycles of type 1, 2, 3 and 4 are related to the thermal cycle that determines the life cycle of the complete engine, while the type 2 cycle is related to the lifecycle of the afterburning chamber.
Enter the FA-18s, which carry two General Electric F404-GE-402 afterburning engines, each capable of producing 18,000 pounds of thrust and up to 150 decibels (dB) of noise.
Dialing the clock ahead 53 years, FA-18s carry two General Electric F404-GE-402 afterburning engines, capable of 18,000 pounds of thrust each and producing up to 150dB of noise
Throw in a couple of enemy fighters and you are away with the fairies, evasive manoeuvring, flare deploying and afterburning like you've been around F-15s and Migs all your life.