ambient temperature


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ambient temperature

Outside temperature at any given altitude, preferably expressed in degrees centigrade.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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"Battery life will return to normal when you bring the device back to higher ambient temperatures.
If the ambient temperature rises above the required internal temperature then units with active cooling circuits must be used.
Broiler strains, High ambient temperature, Thermoneutral zone, Growth performance.
Most studies of SAHP were implemented in outdoor environment where constant solar radiation and ambient temperature are hard to maintain [18].
Throughout the investigation of the association between the ambient temperature and daily number of hospital admissions, none of the used transformations of independent variables (logarithm and square root) showed significant [beta] coefficient.
Figure "Deviation of Skin Temperature from Core Temperature as a Function of Ambient Temperature for a Nude Person" 1
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."
In applications where ambient temperatures drop below ideal operating conditions, system response time becomes slow, resulting in delayed process pressure readings.
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.
Limited published literature is available on the effect of NaHC[O.sub.3] supplementation on carcass characteristics and meat quality of lambs fed concentrate diet under different ambient temperature levels.
Summer in Persian Gulf countries starts in April and ends in October, with ambient temperatures exceeding 52[degrees]C (125[degrees]F) in June, July and August.
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.