Definition of Thermic. Meaning of Thermic. Synonyms of Thermic

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Definition of Thermic

Thermic
Thermic Ther"mic, a. [Gr. ? heat.] Of or pertaining to heat; due to heat; thermal; as, thermic lines. Thermic balance. See Bolometer. Thermic fever (Med.), the condition of fever produced by sunstroke. See Sunstroke. Thermic weight. (Mech.) Same as Heat weight, under Heat.

Meaning of Thermic from wikipedia

- reaction, thermic chemical reactions using silicon as a reducing agent Thermal (disambiguation) All pages with titles containing Thermic Thermic lance, a...
- The therm (symbol, thm) is a non-SI unit of heat energy equal to 100000 British thermal units (Btu). It is approximately the energy equivalent of burning...
- A thermal lance, thermic lance, oxygen lance, or burning bar is a tool that heats and melts steel in the presence of pressurized oxygen to create very...
- process and has very little thermic effect, while protein is hard to process and has a much larger thermic effect. The thermic effect of food is increased...
- A Thermic fluid heater is industrial heating equipment, used where only heat transfers are desired instead of pressure. In this equipment, a thermic fluid...
- Thermization, also spelled thermisation, is a method of sanitizing raw milk with low heat. "Thermization is a generic description of a range of subpasteurization...
- Thermic siphons (alt. thermic syphons) are heat-exchanging elements in the firebox or combustion chamber of some steam boiler and steam locomotive designs...
- Hyperthermia, also known simply as overheating, is a condition where an individual's body temperature is elevated beyond normal due to failed thermoregulation...
- villages Ano Thermes, Thermes (also called Kato Thermes), Meses Thermes, Medousa, Kidaris, Diasparto, and Kottani. The po****tion of Thermes was around...
- A bolometer is a device for measuring the power of incident electromagnetic radiation via the heating of a material with a temperature-dependent electrical...
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