Traducción de combustion en español:


combustión, n.

Pronunciación /kəmˈbəstʃ(ə)n/ /kəmˈbʌstʃ(ə)n/

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    combustión femenino
    combustion engine motor de combustión
    • Although greenhouse gases come from many sources, fossil fuel combustion is the prime human-induced source.
    • Twenty-five percent of total worldwide emissions come from fossil fuel combustion.
    • More traditionally, wood gas has been used to drive internal combustion piston engines.
    • Charcoal is the product of incomplete combustion of wood and is a seriously brilliant substance.
    • In addition, gasoline combustion products filled the tunnel with smoke.
    • An exhaust fan may pull the combustion gases back into the living space.
    • The purpose for this requirement is to prevent noxious combustion gases from venting into the living area.
    • Fly ash is a byproduct of coal combustion.
    • When the flame is in complete combustion, you don't smell the oil.
    • The complete combustion of carbon and hydrocarbons described above rarely occurs in nature.
    • During the combustion of coal, minor constituents are also oxidized.
    • The combustion pollutants discussed in this booklet come from burning fuels in appliances.
    • The health effects of combustion pollutants range from headaches and breathing difficulties to death.
    • The production of potash from broad-leaved trees also utilized wood in combustion processes.
    • However, such a detector will not detect other combustion by-products that can still make you ill.
    • But gasoline combustion also results in over a pound of water for every pound of fuel burned.
    • The widespread combustion of leaded gasoline is dangerous to society.
    • Onboard sensors confirmed that combustion occurred in one of two parallel chambers.
    • Acid on the foil, they said, can cause combustion.
    • Called the " silent killer " because it is odorless, it is produced when hydrocarbon combustion is incomplete.