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decrease the pressure of

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The bag would keep me from depressurizing too quickly.
While pressurizing and depressurizing to flush hot metal into and out of the pour launder helps, it does not solve the problem.
Depressurizing means deliberately decreasing population sizes and demands on global resources and biospheric impacts (Ehrlich and Ehrlich 1991).
Sextro's team studied an uninhabited house in central California, depressurizing its apparently crack-free basement with a large indoor fan.
Depressurizing the lens to higher virtual altitudes mitigates the fogging, warping, and distortion that can occur with standard foam-gasket lenses.
It takes high-pressure gas and, in the course of its depressurizing, converts (vortex phenomenon) the inlet gas flow energy into two low pressure streams--cold and hot --which exit the VT separately.
To stretch polymers and see what happens to them, Lenhardt uses an apparatus that pumps up and down on a solution filled with polymers, pressurizing it and depressurizing it 20,000 times a second which causes tiny bubbles to form fleetingly.
As Lee and Smith waited in the depressurizing air lock that leads from the cabin into the vacuum of space, Hubble's right solar panel moved from a horizontal position 90 degrees into a vertical position, then halfway back to horizontal, all in five seconds.
We immediately shut off the gas and began depressurizing the pipeline to reduce any risk of explosion," said John Walkush, vice president and mill manager.
Hydrotesting of pipeline-job includes opening and boxup of vents, drains, fittings and hose connection, water filling, pressurizing and depressurizing including supply & supervision of manpower with all necessary Tools, Tackles, Equipment, Transportation, food etc in PHASE-1 & 2 CCR, RSU, MXU & ISOM Units as per scope of Work,
Replacement of the transducers can be accomplished without blocking and depressurizing the line.
Andy Hong, a professor of civil and environmental engineering has developed an inexpensive new method to remove oil sheen by repeatedly pressurizing and depressurizing ozone gas, creating microscopic bubbles that attack the oil so it can be removed by sand filters.
Quick-disconnect design enables removal of the actuator from the bonnet within the valve operating stroke, without depressurizing the valve and releasing hydrocarbons.
These tools, such as the Lineboar Piggable Valve[TM], allow repair and maintenance to take place without blowing down, evacuating or depressurizing the onshore pipeline, and without welding on or cutting a hole into the line using hot-taps or stopples.
TDW says the technique is an economical alternative to pipeline de-inventorying or depressurizing.