ambient temperature


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ambient temperature

Outside temperature at any given altitude, preferably expressed in degrees centigrade.
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Based on these results, it was concluded that chronic high ambient temperature has negative effect on broiler immune and oxidative status.
At other places on the body, the skin temperature will range between the core temperature and the ambient temperature.
Geoff Watson, deputy feneral manager at Daikin Middle East and Africa, said: "We congratulate all the dealers and will continue our collaboration together, along with a fully fledge new product range that not only suits the high ambient temperature of the region but also meets the highest level of efficiency and compliance with regional regulators such as: ESMA, ESTIDAMA, QCC, SASO, MEW & Others.
The author has also done a conventional hot hydrogen peroxide bleaching and subsequent dyeing of jute with reactive dyestuffs in order to highlight a comparison with the ambient temperature processed fiber.
Lead author Jorg Massen explains that where yawning functions to cool the brain, yawning is not functional when ambient temperatures are as hot as the body, and may not be necessary or may even have harmful consequences when it is freezing outside.
Parametric simulations with varying the compressor speed from 2300 RPM to 4600 RPM, at three ambient temperatures of 17 [degrees]F (-8.
To the Editor: We compliment the team of investigators from Mumbai, India, for their critical evaluation of the utility of a peripheral blood smear examination, an immunochromatographic antigen test and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) towards diagnosis of malaria,'11 though the utility of any point-of-care (POC) test to diagnose malaria would be unpredictable at very high and very low ambient temperatures.
If the ambient temperature is [approximately equal to] 3[degrees]C less than the chilled-water flow water temperature, then the free cooling is generally enough to provide all the cooling load, and the chiller can be switched off.
Temperature thresholds of 14 and 20 C that induce physiological responses by moose are from data collected on 2 captive moose in Alberta that increased respiration rate when exposed to ambient temperature >14[degrees]C and began open-mouthed panting when temperature exceeded 20[degrees]C (Renecker and Hudson 1986).
Figure 4 compares the ground heat transfer for the ICF foundation with uninsulated slab floor cases with constant interior ambient temperature and with variable interior ambient temperature.
A1 Bacon, like any food processor, needs to be concerned about the ambient temperature surrounding meat coming in for processing, the storage of that food before and after processing and the ambient temperature when transporting the finished product to its final destination.
A tube heater would ensure that even when the ambient temperature falls, the compressor oil temperature is kept above 5--C on initial start-up.