thermal exposure


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thermal exposure

The total normal component of thermal radiation striking a given surface throughout the course of a detonation; expressed in calories per square centimeter or megajoules per square meter.
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The UTCI covers the full thermal exposure range (i.
The Federal Trade Commission (FCC) regulations regarding cell phone and WiFi safety are based on thermal exposure to electromagnetic radiation.
Perceived thermal discomfort can occur with or without changes to body core temperature and is a function of several factors including skin temperature, sweating rate/condition, psychological state, prior thermal exposure, and individual expectation of the thermal conditions to be encountered.
26 min of thermal exposure confirm this assumption.
The animals were kept in the shed attached to the climatic chamber before and after the thermal exposure every day.
The company is focused on developing a medical device platform to help patients living with hypertension symptoms through renal sympathetic denervation by delivering controlled microwave energy at the location of the sympathetic nerves while minimising thermal exposure to non-targeted areas.
This study was conducted to quantify the effects of thermal exposure on residual stresses and relaxation in a high pressure die cast magnesium (AM60) alloy.
THERMAL EXPOSURE INFLUENCES FOOD INTAKE IN A SEDENTARY OFFICE SETTING MOLLY C.
Design of a concrete mixture with resistance to thermal exposure for a certain period of time has been already classified among the passive fire protection methods.
The basic chemical affects of thermal exposure on a variety of synthetic fibers are discussed, and following chapters provide in-depth information about regulatory and testing requirements, and about strategies currently in use to impart flame retardancy to fabrics.
Due to thermal exposure, "OH" peak intensity (~3,400 [cm.
The thermal exposure generated within the cone calorimeter can then be defined as the product of the time to ignition and the incident flux less the material's critical heat flux: ([q.