recompression


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recompression

(ˌriːkəmˈprɛʃən)
n
the act or process of compressing something againthe condition of being compressed again
Translations

recompression

n. recompresión, vuelta a la presión ambiental normal.
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Applications include gas gathering, pipeline boosters, liquid recovery, gas injection, recompression and reinjection.
When Prescott arrived he took him to Arrowe Park, where doctors immediately transferred him to the hyperbaric recompression unit at the Murrayfield Hospital where he was treated for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Lloyds TSB Insurance has refused to pay out the insurance premium as he is treated in a recompression chamber in an Egyptian hospital in Marsa Alam, at a cost of pounds 2,000 a day in medical bills.
The energy of expansion in turn drives the recompression of the gas.
Veolia is providing a unique Mechanical Vapor Recompression solution that enables the process to remove impurities to a very low level with low energy consumption, allowing a low cost production of high value products.
They coordinated on dive planning and also gained hands-on experience with the recompression chamber to treat dive-related illnesses.
Sometimes recompression with portable compressors is used to conserve gas in these circumstances.
Medics say the retired factory manager now needs up to three weeks of recompression treatment, six hours a day, costing pounds 344 an hour.
Reprofiling of hydro mechanically stable compensation slope along the future embankment, order of loose soil to improve the soil and to compensate for the incurred as a result of the already implemented recompression terrain lowering.
The equipment will be used for recompression and export services at the new oil and gas field.
Egyptian medical experts say the retired factory manager needs up to three weeks of recompression treatment, six hours a day, costing pounds 344 an hour - a bill his LloydsTSB travel insurance policy will not honour.
Highly-trained hands of fellow divers secure a deep sea diving helmet on one of their crew as he prepares for a test in the recompression chamber at the School for Deep Sea Divers, Washington, D.