pressure vessel

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pressure vessel

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(Chemistry) engineering a vessel designed for containing substances, reactions, etc, at pressures above atmospheric pressure
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The transmitted x-ray intensity was measured downstream of the pressure chamber with a PIN diode.
In initial tests in our lab and the vineyard, we found that the sensor is effective and the results correlate with the standard pressure chamber estimate of stem water potential.
Axial pressure difference leakage along equidistant circular arc of stator line from high pressure chamber 4, 5, 6 to low pressure chamber 1, 2, 3 exists at 1/3, 2/3, 3/3 of stator lead.
An improvement in stability was reported with the decrease in flow path between regulator body and lower pressure chamber.
To eliminate this, the Attension High Pressure Chamber increases pressure by way of a specially designed movable piston inside the chamber.
The sailors then make an exit from the submarine through the skirt, they then board the PRM and go up to the surface where it docks with a larger pressure chamber.
And now the Serb superstar, who uses a special pressure chamber to recover from long matches, is looking forward to going the distance again.
A high pressure chamber which has a load cell for measuring the load applied to the samples of coal
The suspected blasts would have taken place inside a pressure chamber.
Ernst Ferdinand Sauerbruch, working for Professor Johannes von Mikulicz in the University Hospital in Breslau, designed a negative pressure chamber for operations on the thoracic cavity of animals in 1904 (10).
As Mick McCarthy prepares to enter the Molineux pressure chamber today, Wolves skipper Roger Johnson insists: "You can't sack a whole football team.
Feet strapped into the pedals of a pressure chamber, the skirt then slots into a chamber, creating an airtight environment from the tummy down.