Translation of gasify in Spanish:


gasificarse, v.

Pronunciation /ˈɡæsəˌfaɪ//ˈɡasɪfʌɪ/

intransitive verb

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transitive verb

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    • Waste is fed into the primary chamber of the converter where the material is gasified by heat recovered from the gases exiting the refining chamber.
    • Coal, too, could be made carbon-free, using advanced power plants that gasify the fuel and then generate power while stripping away the carbon for sequestration underground.
    • Mining coal, gasifying it, then using the Fischer-Tropsch process to produce the hydrocarbon molecules needed for petrol and Sasol's other products inevitably costs more than pumping crude oil.
    • Global Energy, which specializes in gasification plants, is preparing to build a plant in Kentucky that gasifies a mixture of coal and municipal solid waste.
    • The hot char is gasified in an air blown gasifier to produce a fuel gas and a molten slag which are jointly directed out of the gasifier through a common port which is maintained open for the free flow of both.