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condense (something) (in)to (something)

To reduce something into fewer parts, or to make something smaller or shorter. You definitely need to condense this paper into a shorter version because you're currently 20 pages over the limit.
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condense something (in)to something

to compress or reduce something to something; to shrink or abridge something into a smaller version. Condense this into half its original volume. You should condense this novel to a short story.
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Generally, the straight installation of a condensing oil boiler from your traditional oil boiler does not take long at all.
Condensing units typically have propeller blade fans.
Air-cooled condensing unit was the largest segment of the condensing unit market
Selecting a delta-T on the source side less than the delta-T on the load side will maximize the heating water delta-T; resulting in cooler return water temperatures to the condensing boilers.
1,4,8 Our case report is about regression of the condensing osteitis of the clavicle in a man after the extraction of a decayed tooth.
The objectives of this project were; to evaluate the performance of a commercially available high efficiency, condensing, natural gas-fired, outdoor RTU, in a small office application, in comparison to the existing non-condensing RTU, through a field test during the heating season; to identify any installation and operating issues, and to suggest improvements that could increase the overall system efficiency and may be applicable elsewhere.
As a result, in order to qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances, these units will need to operate in condensing mode with minimum full and part load efficiencies of 101% (net).
PEECTM operation provides the system with a sophisticated fan speed control which allows the unit to operate when achievable at the optimum condensing temperature in relation to its evaporating temperature without jeopardizing liquid quality to the expansion valve.
Condensing boilers are manufactured with a larger heat exchanger than what is used in a traditional boiler.
A smaller air conditioner has to remain in operation for a longer period in order to cool the space, and therefore it will be condensing water out of the air for a longer period.
Onset Computer's HOBO[R] LCD Temp/RH Data Logger accepts external temperature and temperature/RH sensors, extending the unit's monitoring and alarming capability to applications in condensing and intermittently condensing environments.
But the superwinds were strong enough to blow a substantial amount of gas out of galaxies, preventing it from condensing into stars for hundreds of millions of years (SN: 4/20/02, p.
Where he'd been concerned with building, accreting, condensing (an earlier portrait created an ur-Starbucks based on all the chain's outlets in Seattle), his newest works subvert and dismantle his earlier techniques.
Portable chillers with air- and water-cooled condensing from 1 to 20 tons.
By fitting a condensing boiler before February 1 you'll get a pounds 200 grant from the Government.