###### Oven

- The convection oven, using hot air to help decrease cook times, has become the workhorse and the most widely used appliance in the commercial foodservice industry. (swgas.com)
- Save money now and later with a rebate on a high-efficiency natural gas convection oven and reduce operating and energy costs. (swgas.com)
- After steam is generated in only 20 seconds, the fan creates a convection flow and the oven reaches 100ºC in less than 3 minutes. (panasonic.com)
- Many people like cooking their turkey in a convection oven because convection ovens usually result in even cooking and browning and shorter cooking times. (ehow.com)
- In general, the cooking time for a turkey cooked in a convection oven is reduced by 25 percent compared with a conventional oven. (ehow.com)
- Follow the cooking times below for a roasted turkey in a convection oven. (ehow.com)
- Baking a whole turkey in a convection oven involves placing it on a roasting rack within a roasting pan, inserting a meat. (ehow.com)
- Gas convection double oven. (cheftalk.com)
- Industrial Microwave Convection Oven Material that needs to be dried, slips from the feed bin and feed into the cylinder, which is pushed back by the spiral plate. (ipras.org)
- Due to the tilting of the Industrial Microwave Convection Oven, the material flows to the back end under the action of gravity and rotation. (ipras.org)
- Industrial Microwave Convection Oven is broadly divided into: Swing Industrial Microwave Convection Oven, Drum Industrial Microwave Convection Oven, Industrial Dryer. (ipras.org)
- Industrial Microwave Convection Oven is one of the main equipments in mineral processing equipment. (ipras.org)
- What is a Convection Oven? (wisegeek.com)
- Rather than let hot air circulate randomly, a convection oven carefully creates a uniform temperature with internal fans that evenly circulate hot air. (wisegeek.com)
- A convection oven can correct this variation by using a fan that blows pre-heated air throughout the oven and around the food, rather than simply surrounding food with heated air. (wisegeek.com)
- A convection oven may also do a better job at sealing in the juices of meat so dishes taste more flavorful and moist. (wisegeek.com)
- Cooking with a convection oven requires some adjustments, such as figuring out new cook times and temperatures. (wisegeek.com)
- Convection oven primarily concern the transfer of heat via movement of gas or liquid to process food. (wisegeek.com)
- just bought an older RV that has a convection oven, microwave. (wisegeek.com)
- Do you have to preheat a convection oven? (wisegeek.com)
- I just had my convection oven fan motor replaced because the fan stated making a loud noise when it was on. (wisegeek.com)
- Am I to believe him or should there be two fans in order for the convection part of oven to work as such? (wisegeek.com)
- F1 code GE profile convection self clean wall oven (95? (fixya.com)
- Convection occurs when a liquid or gaseous substance conducts heat, such as cooking with a convection air oven or boiling pot of water. (reference.com)
- Cooking and reheating dishes is fast and convenient with the Sharp 1000W Large Convection Microwave Oven. (harveynorman.com.au)
- Convection oven from Savoureux Pro Line combines the performance of ten appliances in one! (heartlandamerica.com)
- A convection oven comes equipped with a fan and exhaust system that actually pulls the hot oven air across the food and then vents it back out. (thekitchn.com)
- Parson feels that this isn't always a bad thing, and that a convection oven is great for cooking some kinds of foods but not others. (thekitchn.com)
- Most convection ovens for the home allow you to choose whether to cook something on the convection setting or a regular oven setting. (thekitchn.com)
- In a convection oven, you'll get that crisp, crackling skin while the interior stays moist and tender. (thekitchn.com)
- We also know from our own experience that the cooking time in a convection oven is about a third that of a normal oven. (thekitchn.com)
- Test your culinary skills, and put your chef instincts to work with this LG convection microwave oven. (flipkart.com)
- Whether you're cooking for one or preparing dinner for your entire family, this LG convection microwave oven makes the process simple and quick so you're not inconvenienced in any way. (flipkart.com)
- This month, I'm giving away a Breville OV800XL Smart Oven 1800-Watt Convection Toaster Oven with Element IQ to one of you. (foodrenegade.com)

###### ovens

- Convection ovens take the term 'full of hot air' to an optimistic level. (swgas.com)
- Convection ovens circulate and speed the hot air using fans, so food is browned by the surging, circulating hot air. (ehow.com)
- Convection ovens are often more expensive than standard, or radiant, ovens, but they cook food faster, at a lower temperature, and often with better results. (wisegeek.com)
- Most convection ovens also have a broiler, allowing food to be exposed to high heat when required. (wisegeek.com)
- And no to the other Anon-- convection ovens do not produce radioactive energy. (wisegeek.com)
- There is a huge selection of standalone microwave ovens that come in features like stainless steel, inverter ovens and convection ovens. (harveynorman.com.au)
- Commercial convection ovens are ideal for smaller kitchens that do a lot of baking. (etundra.com)
- Unlike traditional ovens, many convection ovens can sit right on your cabinet and require only a working outlet to work. (etundra.com)
- Convection ovens let you bake more items at a time, so whether you're making cookies, cupcakes, pies or more, you'll always be ready with more inventory to sell! (etundra.com)
- When convection ovens were first introduced to the home market, they were heralded as the ultimate time saver: "Perfect roast chicken in a third of the time! (thekitchn.com)
- But Evan Kleiman's guest Russ Parsons cautions us that convection ovens aren't always great for everything. (thekitchn.com)
- Parsons says that convection ovens are fantastic for doing any kind of roasting. (thekitchn.com)
- In fact, the dry heat of convection ovens is the best modern-day equivalent to traditional spit-roasting over open flames! (thekitchn.com)
- Convection ovens are also good for cooking some kinds of pastries, particularly pies and cookies. (thekitchn.com)
- What's your opinion on convection ovens? (thekitchn.com)
- VWR Gravity Convection Ovens - Model 52201-300 - Each : Four Sizes-1.0, 2.0, 4.0, 6.0 cu. ft. (egeneralmedical.com)

###### currents

- Once at the top, the large particle will stay there because the convection currents are too narrow to sweep it down along the wall. (wikipedia.org)
- How are convection currents related to density? (reference.com)
- Convection currents occur due to the density difference between hot and cold fluids. (reference.com)
- Where do convection currents flow in the Earth? (reference.com)
- Convection currents flow in the asthenosphere, immediately below the rocky outer lithosphere. (reference.com)
- Convection currents are one of three types of heat transfer, which involve the movement of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object. (reference.com)
- Convection currents start in the Earth's core and mantle. (reference.com)
- How do convection currents move tectonic plates? (reference.com)
- Convection currents move tectonic plates when there is heat inside the mantle that is rising and falling. (reference.com)
- When convection currents are illustrated they are often painted as arrows with red and blue color, the red one being the direction of warmer currents and the blue ones being the direction of cooler currents. (physicsforums.com)

###### solving convection-diffusion problems

- Different adaptive strategies, for example, Adaptive Mesh Refinement method and moving mesh methods, have shown success in solving convection-diffusion problems [ 15 - 22 ]. (hindawi.com)

###### Conduction

- Once conduction is established, the microscopic random movement spontaneously becomes ordered on a macroscopic level, forming Benard convection cells, with a characteristic correlation length. (wikipedia.org)
- Note that the term convection in heat transfer usually refers to the combination of heat transfer by conduction and advection, where advection refers to heat transfer due to bulk fluid motion. (comsol.se)
- Heat Transfer- conduction, convection, and radiation practice that involves reading comprehension and application! (teacherspayteachers.com)
- What are the differences between conduction, convection and radiation? (reference.com)
- Conduction, convection, and radiation are all forms of heat transfer, but they rely on different physical interactions to transfer heat. (reference.com)
- it can occur through conduction, convection or radiation. (reference.com)
- To be a good thermal insulator, a material must be resistant to the conduction, convection and radiation of heat. (reference.com)

###### oceanic convection

- While less dynamically important than in the atmosphere, such oceanic convection is responsible for the worldwide existence of cold water in the lowest layers of the ocean. (wikipedia.org)

###### diffusion problems

- An adaptive multigrid strategy for convection diffusion problems. (uva.nl)
- For the solution of convection-diffusion problems we present a multilevel self-adaptive mesh-refinement algorithm to resolve locally strong varying behavior, like boundary and interior layers. (uva.nl)
- Convection-dominated diffusion problems usually develop multiscaled solutions and adaptive mesh is popular to approach high resolution numerical solutions. (hindawi.com)
- An optimal-order error estimate for a family of characteristic-mixed methods to transient convection-diffusion problems. (aimsciences.org)
- In this paper, we extend the method to convection-diffusion problems. (diva-portal.org)

###### cavity

- This convection microwave oven's stainless steel cavity allows better reflection and uniformity of heating inside the cavity so food cooks better. (flipkart.com)

###### convective

- Buoyant convection begins at the level of free convection (LFC) , above which an air parcel may ascend through the free convective layer (FCL) with positive buoyancy. (wikipedia.org)
- On the other hand, when friction with the side walls or other mechanisms set up a convection roll pattern inside the vibrated container, we found that the convective motion immediately takes over as the dominant mechanism for size separation. (wikipedia.org)
- The convective Bénard cells are not unique and will usually appear only in the surface tension driven convection. (wikipedia.org)
- In contrast, the deep tropics are less disturbed by such synoptic weather variability, and can be idealized as a region, where the radiative cooling is balanced by randomly distributed moist convection, called radiative-convective-equilibrium. (mpg.de)
- This allows for a smooth transition between the only two states (convection on and convection off) allowed in standard convective adjustment schemes. (harvard.edu)

###### Oven's

- Industrial Microwave Convection Oven's scope of application: rotary drum dryers are widely used in food, feed, chemical, pharmaceutical, mining and other industries. (ipras.org)

###### incubator

- The BINDER incubator of the BF Avantgarde.Line series with forced convection is suitable for all gentle incubation applications, particularly under a full load and large batch throughputs. (binder-world.com)

###### Cooking

- Features convection cooking technology, 1200 watts of power, adjustable thermostat & timer. (heartlandamerica.com)

###### fluid motion

- Under experimental conditions, granular convection of variously sized particles has been observed forming convection cells similar to fluid motion. (wikipedia.org)
- If there is bulk fluid motion, convection will also contribute to the flux of chemical species. (comsol.fr)

###### analytical

- Rayleigh-Bénard convection is one of the most commonly studied convection phenomena because of its analytical and experimental accessibility. (wikipedia.org)
- It is demonstrated that in the steady-state case without account of convection, the general analytical solution can be found without any constraints on the equation parameters and it is expressed in terms of the Weierstrass elliptic function. (springer.com)
- In the present work we derive analytical solutions for the problem of convection, diffusion and chemical reaction in wall-flow monoliths. (sae.org)

###### buoyancy

- Buoyancy , and hence gravity , are responsible for the appearance of convection cells. (wikipedia.org)
- Buoyancy and convection play no roll in the atmosphere. (thunderbolts.info)

###### turbulence

- 2) I have worked on few turbulence models concerning natural convection and have found v2f model to be most suitable. (cfd-online.com)

###### phenomena

- In the field of transport phenomena, and also in this text, convection is synonymous with advection. (comsol.se)
- Konstandopoulos, A. and Kostoglou, M., "Computationally Fast Implementations of Convection, Diffusion and Chemical Reaction Phenomena in Diesel Particulate Filters," SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-0890, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-01-0890 . (sae.org)

###### atmosphere

- Hauke Schulz and Prof. Bjorn Stevens, researchers in the department "The Atmosphere in the Earth System" at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M), show in their new study in the Journal of Atmospheric Science the first observational evidence of mechanisms, previously hypothesized based on modelling studies, leading to the self-aggregation of convection. (mpg.de)
- What are the steps of the convection cycle in Earth's atmosphere? (reference.com)

###### occur

- The existence of a very general type of convection - diffusion theorem, special cases of which occur in vorticity theory and other branches of continuum mechanics, is assumed, and some of its characteristics are studied. (dtic.mil)

###### flows

- The convection of granular flows is becoming a well-understood phenomenon. (wikipedia.org)

###### mass

- Convection is mass transfer due to the bulk motion of a fluid. (comsol.se)
- We understand convection as mass transport due to the average velocity of all molecules, and diffusion as mass transport due to the instantaneously varying, randomized velocity of individual molecules, compared to the average velocity of the fluid as a whole. (comsol.se)
- This simple equation illuminates the consequence of convection: The mass of a species, distributed in space according to some concentration profile, is displaced according to the velocity, u . (comsol.se)
- In the sense that the flow can be reversed to go in the opposite direction, so can mass transport by convection. (comsol.se)
- For the laminar case, since convection transports mass only tangent to the velocity - that is, along streamlines - it cannot lead to mass transfer between adjacent layers of fluid. (comsol.fr)
- When the Péclet number is greater than one, the effects of convection exceed those of diffusion in determining the overall mass flux. (comsol.fr)

###### cells

- Rayleigh-Bénard convection is a type of natural convection , occurring in a plane horizontal layer of fluid heated from below, in which the fluid develops a regular pattern of convection cells known as Bénard cells . (wikipedia.org)
- This continuous cycle of expansion and contraction causes convection cells. (reference.com)

###### motion

- Convection works by transferring heat from a hot substance to a cooler one through the motion of one of the substances. (reference.com)

###### heat

- Heat emitted by electronic components within the device housing creates airflow by convection, which causes air to be drawn into the stand through the stand air intake openings and communicated into the device air intake openings. (freepatentsonline.com)
- This book covers all natural convection heat transfer laws for vertical and inclined cylinders and is an excellent resource for engineers working in the area of heat transfer engineering. (springer.com)
- Convection is the only one of the three heat transfer methods to involve the movement of matter. (reference.com)
- Convection is the transfer of heat by the movement of a heated fluid. (reference.com)
- According to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, convection refers to the distribution of heat through vertical motions of air. (reference.com)
- Convection relies on an intermediate substance to transfer heat. (reference.com)

###### numerical

- Mehdi Dehghan, "On the numerical solution of the one-dimensional convection-diffusion equation," Mathematical Problems in Engineering , vol. 2005, no. 1, pp. 61-74, 2005. (hindawi.com)

###### chemical species

- Convection of a chemical species (indicated by red coloration) in a flow moving from left to right. (comsol.se)

###### differences

- Convection results from the differences in the densities of a material at different temperatures. (environmentalchemistry.com)

###### patterns

- Granular convection , or granular segregation , is a phenomenon where granular material subjected to shaking or vibration will exhibit circulation patterns similar to types of fluid convection . (wikipedia.org)
- The convection patterns are the most carefully examined example of self-organizing nonlinear systems . (wikipedia.org)

###### work

- According to Heinrich Jaeger , "[this] explanation for size separation might work in situations in which there is no granular convection, for example for containers with completely frictionless side walls or deep below the surface of tall containers (where convection is strongly suppressed). (wikipedia.org)
- How does convection work? (reference.com)
- In this paper, we describe our experience with convection-enhanced delivery (CED) across these three domains and highlight the translational goals of this work. (hindawi.com)

###### problems

- In many applications recognized as convection-dominated problems, diffusion may be quite small in contrast to convection, so that the solution will develop steep moving fronts that are nearly shocks. (hindawi.com)

###### Simulation

- Simulation of Rayleigh-Bénard convection in 3D. (wikipedia.org)

###### level

- Atmospheric convection is called deep when it extends from near the surface to above the 500 hPa level, generally stopping at the tropopause at around 200 hPa . (wikipedia.org)

###### time

- This is the convection equation , a time-dependent, first-order partial differential equation. (comsol.se)
- The UNAVCO IDV is an excellent way to show and explore mantle convection models, in map or globe views, with time animation. (unavco.org)

###### mesh

- Consequently, an extremely fine mesh is needed to increase the resolution, making the convection-diffusion equation a most challenging one to be solved numerically. (hindawi.com)

###### below

- In the images below, we can see convection in action. (comsol.se)

###### environmental

- Chemistry & Environmental Dictionary - CAA - Convection. (environmentalchemistry.com)

###### features

- The features of Rayleigh-Bénard convection can be obtained by a simple experiment first conducted by Henri Bénard , a French physicist, in 1900. (wikipedia.org)