To heat too much, to overheat; as, to superheat an oven.
To heat, as steam, apart from contact with water, until it resembles a perfect gas.
To heat (a liquid) above its boiling point without converting it into vapor.
The increase of temperature communicated to steam by superheating it.
Heat added to a substance above it's saturation temperature.
To raise the temperature of steam above its saturation temperature. The temperature in excess of its saturation temperature.
The temperature of vapor refrigerant above its saturation change of state temperature.
The difference between the temperature of a pure condensable fluid above saturation and the temperature at the dry saturated state, at the same pressure.
The heat above saturation temperature in a vapor.
additional heat given to steam to raise its temperature with the pressure remaining constant
That portion of the heat in a gas that raises its temperature above the saturation temperature corresponding to its pressure.
The difference between A/C evaporator inlet and outlet temperatures. It is created in the evaporator as liquid refrigerant changes into vapor.
Temperature of vapour above boiling temperature of its liquid at that pressure.
Any increment of temperature above the melting point of a metal; sometimes construed to be any increment of temperature above normal casting temperatures introduced for the purpose of refining, alloying or improving fluidity.