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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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Still, the surface temperature of the pressure vessel was relatively low, measuring between 100 C and 120 C.
Each skin is bonded with a liquid-tight seal to its own pressure vessel.
HOUSTON -- COADE announced today its 2009 training schedule for PVElite, the company's popular software for pressure vessel and heat exchanger analysis and design, with the first scheduled for March 2-4 in Houston, Texas.
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1 and 3 reactors, which lost their cooling functions after the March 11 massive quake and tsunami, TEPCO plans to take the unprecedented measure of filling up the reactor's primary containment vessel with water above the level of the reactor fuel placed inside the pressure vessel.
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But in the modernization of a key pressure vessel code, the objective of consensus-building took on an expanded scope.
Limited Tenders are invited for Pressure vessel -cs (up to 25mm, pressure vessel -low alloy steel, pressure vessel-cs/las plus ss clad
Growth in the global pressure vessel (PV) market is expected to be driven by the increasing upstream and downstream activities in the oil and gas industry and also the growing demand for electricity and power generation capacity additions
In the pressure vessel market, by material, the steel alloys segment is expected to lead during the forecast period.
A pressure vessel is defined as a container with a pressure differential between inside and outside.