constant around 100 [micro]m, up to the critical pressure
Relative to the S4 test, the FS tests yields higher values of critical pressure
for pipes tested at the same temperatures.
The minimum pressure of mining has to be equal to or greater than the critical pressure
For example, the critical pressure
and temperature for the oil sample from well 1 in field E are deviating away from the rest of the samples.
Observe that if the pressure is above the critical pressure
in a vessel, the temperature will decrease somewhat causing the density to decrease in turn decreasing the flow rate.
Pharyngeal critical pressure
(Pcrit): The critical pressure
, or Pcrit, is the pressure at which maximal inspiratory airflow occurs during sleep.
It is seen clearly that the expansion process began from the supercritical region, and the pressure decreased quickly before it reached the critical pressure
As can be seen in Table 5, the MMP predictions from tuned EOS of critical temperature, critical pressure
, acentric factor, binary interaction coefficient, and [[OMEGA].
The 5-Gpa critical pressure
where potassium is fluidized is approximately the pressure at the base of continental crust.
crit]) and a critical pressure
head defines the point at which the fingers merge ([h.
The modular control system will use AlarmPager[TM] to call out to cell phones and pagers whenever a critical pressure
or temperature is exceeded, and will call until it gets a response from one of the people being paged.
2] pressure, especially near the critical pressure
Faculty development has become a critical pressure
point for schools.
According to Ken Urtel, Defense Logistics Agency, this new design also eliminates the time, risk and expense associated with the critical pressure
hull of the submarine.
But the propeller plane rises with gentle intent, its airscrews pulling it along at a rate sufficient to produce the critical pressure
differential around the wings.