Flare definition

Flare means a vendor-provided informational sign that, at a minimum, displays the prize structure, the serial number of the sleeve in play, the odds of winning a prize, and the price of the ticket. (3-26-08)
Flare means an open combustor without enclosure or shroud.
Flare or “Flaring” means the controlled combustion of natural gas in a device designed for that purpose.

Examples of Flare in a sentence

  • Flare gas volumes can vary from a few cubic meters per hour during regular operations up to several thousand cubic meters per hour during major upsets.

  • Flare gas composition is a critical factor in determining the amount of steam necessary.

  • Flare waste gases with concentrations above the UFL will become more dilute as the waste gas mixes with ambient air above the flare tip.

More Definitions of Flare

Flare means a combustion device that uses an uncontrolled volume of ambient air to burn gases.
Flare means a piece of paper, cardboard or similar material which bears printed information relating to the name of the manufacturer or logo, name of the game, card count, cost per play, serial number, the number of prizes to be awarded and the specific prize amounts in a deal of instant bingo, pull-tab or seal cards.
Flare means an apparatus, device, process, or procedure for the burning of flammable gases or vapors at or near the exit of a stack, flue or vent.
Flare means a thermal oxidation system using an open,
Flare means a piece of heavy paper stock or other material accompanying a pull tab deal that shows at minimum the following about the matching deal:
Flare means a combustion device that uses an open flame to burn combustible gases with combustion air provided by uncontrolled ambient air around the flame. This term includes both ground-level and elevated flares. When used as a verb, the term “flare” means to combust vent gas in a flare.
Flare means a combustion device lacking an enclosed combustion chamber that uses an uncontrolled volume of ambient air to burn gases.