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mixed air

In artillery and naval gunfire support, a spotting, or an observation, by a spotter or an observer to indicate that the rounds fired resulted in both air and impact bursts with a majority of the bursts being airbursts.
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The outdoor air is mixed with the return air from the conditioned space, and then the mixed air is cooled and dehumidified by the cooling coil.
All of our dampers (outdoor air, mixed air, and exhaust air) modulate under direct digital control.
One of the most frequently used air conditioning systems is central recirculation/ mixed air conditioning, (6) which conforms to the principle setup of barrier systems according to ISPE Good Practice Guide.
In cases of spark knocking, when incompletely mixed air in the cylinders of a gasoline engine is compressed and the temperature and pressure exceed their limits, spontaneous ignition results, causing reductions in power and combustion efficiency.
Asia-Pacific represents a mixed air pricing landscape, varying on a market-by-market basis.
Toshiba's original outside air data centre cooling system was developed in Japan for more temperate climates and has three modes: outer air cooling mode for spring and autumn; mixed air cooling mode for winter, which adds heat from the hot area of the data centre to outer air; and circulating cooling mode for summer, which uses a refrigeration unit to cool the air in the data centre.
According to the 2011 Global Supply Hotel Benchmarking Research and Analysis survey of over 350 travel managers, the Asia-Pacific region represents a mixed air pricing landscape, varying on a market-by-market basis.