blowing gas


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Noun1.blowing gas - the gas leaving a generator during a blow period
gas - a fluid in the gaseous state having neither independent shape nor volume and being able to expand indefinitely
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Following up with the Institute of Millimeter Radio Astronomy's Plateau de Bure Interferometer in the French Alps, the astronomers observed a Doppler shift in emission lines from ionized magnesium and doubly ionized oxygen, indicating that powerful outflows are blowing gas out of this galaxy at up to 1,000 km/s (2 million mph).
According to local administrations, surrendered ferraris were involved in different subversive activities including blowing gas pipelines and attacking on security forces in the area.
A foam structure in the rotational molding process requires the polymer matrix to form a continuous melt phase; this is to minimize losses of the liberated blowing gas to the atmosphere and reduce the adverse effect of incoherent polymer melt on the bubble morphology.
MEA offers courses in Engineering and Technical Training, Leadership/Workforce Development, Regulatory Compliance, Utility Knowledge, and extensive Safety Training in Emergency Response to Blowing Gas, hands-on Fire School, and the DuPont Thermo-Man Identifying Hazards & Injury Investigations.
Through NYSEARCH, the North American research organization administered by the Northeast Gas Association, the company is looking at improvements to live gas tapping operations to reduce the amount of blowing gas.
The incident was an act of sabotage and insurgents were practicing their nefarious designs by blowing gas and railway tracks to create disturbance for the government, police said.
A Fife Police spokesman said: "The wind is blowing gas towards houses so we are taking every precaution we can.
2] blowing gas and air between the closed-cell beads.
In the foaming process, blowing gas diffusivity and solubility in the polymer are other important factors influencing cell sizes.
In addition, the containers can be fluorinated in-line using a mixture of fluorine and nitrogen as the blowing gas, chemically modifying all interior surfaces of the molten HDPE container, creating an inner barrier that resists permeation by oil-based solvents.
Molders enhance fluorination barrier several ways: by removing all oxygen from inside the parison with a nitrogen purge before blowing fluorinated nitrogen into the part; controlling mold temperatures; optimizing the amount of fluorine in the blowing gas, as well as hold time and pressure; repeating treatment as much as three times; or blowing with a pulsating movement of fluorinated gas.