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  • These would keep the aircraft engines at an operational temperature of.
  • Its propellant maintains consistent muzzle velocities across operational temperatures from.
  • He is confusing maximum temperature with the average operational temperature.
  • One of the key criteria for selecting a working fluid is the desired operational temperature range of the application.
  • Semiconductors are those materials that have both types of bands, and at normal operational temperatures, some electrons are in both bands.
  • Taking into account Altairnano's increased life expectancy, operational temperature range, and power density the battery relates well to other energy storage technologies.
  • The organic material is then heated to the required operational temperature ( either mesophilic or thermophilic ) prior to being pumped into a methanogenic reactor.
  • As the power cylinder remained at operational temperature throughout, the system was ready for another stroke as soon as the piston was pulled back to the top.
  • If you look at the manual of most any electronic device it will specify an operational temperature range, and a sauna is almost certainly way out of that range.
  • These non rechargeable batteries have many advantages over other forms of lithium battery such as a high energy density, a wide operational temperature range and long storage and operational lifespans.
  • It is necessary to calibrate a vapor phase osmometer and it is important to note that "'K "'is found for a particular solvent, operational temperature, and type of commercial apparatus.
  • Penetrants may increase in length, push and pull as a result of operational temperature changes ( e . g ., hot and cold water in a pipe ), particularly in a fire.
  • Another challenge in using solid acids as a fuel cell electrolyte is that certain solid acids, such as CsH 2 PO 4, can dissociate into a salt and water vapor at operational temperatures.
  • Reducing the cooling requirements needed to keep a part at a given operational temperature has knock-on benefits such as lowering the number and speed of fans to allow quieter operation, and in mobile devices increase battery life per charge.
  • This leads to a condition known as " piston slap " which is when the piston rocks in the cylinder and it causes an audible tapping noise that continues until the engine has warmed to operational temperatures, expanding the piston and reducing piston to cylinder wall clearance.
  • The "'gaseous core "'system substitutes the low-melting point solid with a high temperature gas ( i . e . tungsten gas / plasma ), thus permitting higher operational temperatures and performance ( I _ { \ text { sp } } ~ 2 ?10 3 sec ).
  • According to the U . S . Navy this ammunition should increase the maximum effective range of . 300 Winchester Magnum sniper rifle systems to 1, 370 m ( 1, 500 yd ), decrease wind defection on bullets in flight and use a reduced muzzle flash propellant that remains temperature stable across an operational temperature range of-32 癈 to 74 癈 (-25 癋 to 165 癋 ).
  • According to the U . S . Navy this ammunition should increase the maximum effective range of . 300 Winchester Magnum sniper rifle systems to 1, 370 m ( 1, 500 yd ), decrease wind deflection on bullets in flight and use a reduced muzzle flash propellant that remains temperature stable across an operational temperature range of-32 癈 to 74 癈 (-25 癋 to 165 癋 ).