Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See ignitibility.

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  • noun uncountable The condition of being ignitable.
  • noun countable A measure of the extent to which something is ignitable.

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Examples

  • Properties of various fuels fuel density calorific value (kJ/kg) ignitability ignition temperature in air (°C) stoichiometric air/fuel ratio (kg/kg) methane no.

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  • Environmental Protection Agency investigators went to Wilmer's property and found the hazardous wastes - which had the chemical characteristics of toxicity, ignitability, flammability and combustibility - in late 2009 and in February.

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  • IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that CAL FIRE shall provide educational information to homeowners on defensible space and California Building and Fire Codes ignition-resistant building materials, and shall develop training for defensible space inspection and building ignitability in consultation with the Department of Insurance, CAL EMA, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

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  • Thinner electrodes result in less obstruction of spark growth (quenching), meaning better ignitability.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Thinner electrodes result in less obstruction of spark growth (quenching), meaning better ignitability.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Particularly exciting for the developers are results indicating that Mmamantswe coal is well suited for base load power generation as it exhibits excellent ignitability and flame stability at full load.

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  • "There may be a need for additional tools - education, regulation, administrative or regulatory activity that deals with the issue of home ignitability and landscaping," Nelson said.

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