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relating to fluids at rest or to the pressures they exert or transmit

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5, and 10 [micro]m at a hydrostatic pressure of 1 MPa and a bubble volume fraction of 0.
NON-COHESIVE SOIL DIRECT SHEAR STRENGTH AFFECTED WITH HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE
The increase in hydrostatic pressure causes an additional noticeable decrease in the permeability.
sup][10] induced apoptosis in cultured RGCs subjected to elevated hydrostatic pressure (30 or 100 mmHg for 2 h) in a pressurized incubator, and other studies have confirmed the injuries of RGCs at several other pressures for different lengths time.
Here, the court did not look at the point in time when the valve failed, it looked at the point in time that the failed valve contributed to the loss, and the failed valve and the hydrostatic pressure contributed concurrently to the loss.
Lab Testing performs numerous nondestructive test services, including ultrasonic, hydrostatic pressure, magnetic particle and liquid penetrant tests.
One sensor module measures the hydrostatic pressure (HP) and the other one the head pressure (LP).
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has validated the safe operating pressure of an additional 194 miles of natural gas transmission pipeline in 2012 through hydrostatic pressure testing and rigorous records validation.
The objective of Greek scientists was to evaluate how effective high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) would be on the production of extended shelf life, preservative-free, packed bratwurst sausages.
When used with two-wire level sensors, hydrostatic pressure or D/P transmitters, supplied LP3 analog input modules provide complete 4-20 mA sensor transmitter signal loop processing, with signal scaling of specific tank geometries for the accurate calculation of a volumetric measurement.
The topics include past extremes, polar terrestrial environments, subglacial lakes, hot desert environments, high hydrostatic pressure environments, deep subterranean and sub-seafloor habitats, alkaline environments, hypoxic environments, high ultraviolet radiation environments, and extreme environments on earth as analogues for life on other planets in astrobiology.
The HPT-1 OB burst tester is used to determine the resistance of either thermoplastic or reinforced thermosetting resin pipe, tubing or fittings to hydrostatic pressure in a short time period.
Optical fiber sensors [1-13] have attracted considerable attention in the past several decades due to their wide applications for a great variety of measurements such as temperature, strain, chemical concentration, refractive index, hydrostatic pressure and their advantages such as small size, light weight, high sensitivity, multiplexing capability, and immunity to electromagnetic interference.
Another way of looking at this is that 1 inch of water exerts a hydrostatic pressure of 250 Pascal at the bottom of the straw.
coli ATCC 11775 and Listeria innocua ATCC 33090 in whole milk were inactivated by scientists using single- and multi-pulsed (up to 10 pulses) high hydrostatic pressure (HHP) treatments.