Ohio-based corporation that works in the electrical and thermal insulation industry.
thermal maps of Earth reveal a lot about the past and present, including changing conditions under climate change.
Total mass becomes significant because of the propensity of a thermal runaway to spread rapidly.
A firefighter using a thermal imaging camera saw a white glow “the size of a softball.”
Body parts, food, and appliances seen with a thermal imaging camera.
The thermal results of air compression and expansion are shown by the accompanying diagram.
After dinner, I went for a stroll in the park of the thermal establishment.
These ways are of two general kinds: by thermal and by electromagnetic means.
It is celebrated for its thermal springs and as a fashionable resort.
This is called contact metamorphism or thermal metamorphism.
1756, "having to do with hot springs," from French thermal (Buffon), from Greek therme "heat," from PIE *ghwerm-/*ghworm- "warm" (cf. Latin fornax "an oven, kiln," formus "warm," Old English wearm; see warm). Sense of "having to do with heat" is first recorded 1837. The noun meaning "rising current of relatively warm air" is recorded from 1933.
thermal ther·mal (thûr'məl)
Of, relating to, using, producing, or caused by heat.
Intended or designed in such a way as to help retain body heat.
Adjective Relating to heat.
Noun A usually columnar mass of warm air that rises in the lower atmosphere because it is less dense than the air around it. Thermals form because the ground surface is heated unevenly by the Sun. The air usually rises until it is in equilibrium with the air surrounding it.