the wooler mule cyclecar was announced in february 1919. it was powered by a 1022 cc air-cooled twin with the cylinders protruding from the sides of the bonnet, and a circular dummy radiator. the engine used rotary valves. it had a double rear wheel giving the impression of a three-wheeler. no prices were published, but contemporary press .
this ownership structure has led to boardroom wars on who controls the company. the government has challenged lafarge's shareholding in eapcc due to the fact that lafarge owns 41.7 per cent of east african portland cement company and a further 58.9 per cent of bamburi cement two of three largest producers of the building material in kenya.
kiln operation. in general, the rotary kilns used to chemically combine the seven trust materials are operated at a higher peak temperature 1600 c than that required for gray clinker manufacture 1450 c . this requires a higher fuel consumption typically 20-50% more , and results in lower kiln output typically 20-50% less for a given sized kiln.
alset developed a hybrid hydrogen systems that allows vehicle to use petrol and hydrogen fuels individually or at the same time with an internal combustion engine. this technology was used with aston martin rapide s during the 24 hours nürburgring race. the rapide s was the first vehicle to finish the race with hydrogen technology.
obviously, the rotary kiln/electric furnace process has been around for quite a while in the production of ferronickel, which isn't exactly pure nickel production. just thought i'd clarify my remarks. isn't anyone going to correct that section, or are you waiting for me to do it? heheheh bsmet94 06:26, 16 february 2007 utc email to hyperphysics
rotary evaporators are also used in molecular cooking for the preparation of distillates and extracts. a simple rotary evaporator system was invented by lyman c. cr. it was first commercialized by the swiss company büchi in 1957. in research the most common form is the 1l bench-top unit, whereas large scale e.g., 20l-50l versions are used .
rotary-kiln. the rotary-kiln incinerator is used by municipalities and by large industrial plants. this design of incinerator has two chambers: a primary chamber and secondary chamber. the primary chamber in a rotary kiln incinerator consists of an inclined refractory lined cylindrical tube.
hydroponics was used there in the 1930s to grow vegetables for the passengers. hydroponics was a necessity on wake island because there was no soil, and it was prohibitively expensive to airlift in fresh vegetables. in the 1960s, allen cooper of england developed the nutrient film technique.
the glass bottle represented an important development in the history of wine, because, when combined with a high-quality stopper such as a cork, it allowed long-term aging of wine.glass has all the qualities required for long-term storage. it eventually gave rise to 'château bottling', the practice where an estate's wine is put in a bottle at the source, rather than by a merchant.
the company had acquired, at considerable cost, patents related to the use of rotary kilns see cement kiln . however, the cement kiln patents proved valueless, since rotary kilns were already in place or being installed by their competitors. in the ensuing decade, the majority of the rotary kilns installed in britain were installed by the .