temperature change


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Noun1.temperature change - a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
advection - (meteorology) the horizontal transfer of heat or other atmospheric properties
climate change, global climate change - a change in the world's climate
convection - the transfer of heat through a fluid (liquid or gas) caused by molecular motion
chilling, cooling, temperature reduction - the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
heating, warming - the process of becoming warmer; a rising temperature
natural action, natural process, action, activity - a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity"
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Temperature change (especially the temperature rise) and discolouration of the skin in areas under pressure as the most important signs of bed sores.
For such a system to be used as a thermal characterisation device, i.e., a thermometer, it must show sensitivity to temperature change. The new micro-thermocouple exhibited high responsiveness to heat generated by a laser and an electron beam.
The Food and Agriculture Organization data shows Kenya is among the more than 100 countries that had an annual mean temperature change greater than one degree Celsius.
To assist in finding a good model, we use a database with temperatures to analyze the trend of temperature change in the last several years from different cities in Anhui Province, China.
At present, there is no unified understanding of the causes of temperature change in the process of gas desorption.
Download Weather for tomorrow partly cloudy, with no significant temperature change NNA - Civil Aviation's Department of Meteorology predicted Sunday that the weather for tomorrow would be partly cloudy, with no significant change in temperature along the coast and limited decrease on the mountains and in the interior.
The study shows fluctuation characteristics in the global land-ocean temperature change. The modulation action from solar activity plays an important role in the temperature change, and there is a possible association existing in the global land-ocean temperature and solar activity on decade time scales.
The skin temperature change of the Zhongwan (CV12) acupuncture point in the C A dosage group was approximately 0[degrees]C within 4.65 h following herbal administration and it dropped during the 4.67h-8.57h interval and during the 12.75 h-24 h interval (with [DELTA]T < 0[degrees]C).
An absorbent article comprising: a temperature sensor; a temperature sensor retaining portion configured to retain the temperature sensor within the absorbent article; and at least one temperature change material arranged such that it is capable of affecting a temperature change due to a supply of excrement, and such that said temperature sensor is capable of providing an electronic response.
Baseline temperature was set at 37.4[degrees]C and temperature change during curing was recorded as shown on the digital screen of the thermocouple.
He also tested the pulpal and surrounding tissue related temperature changes during laser welding of metal plates on calf teeth and found no critical pulpal temperature change.
While isoline maps of climate change present abstract ideas that may confuse viewers, filled variants of these maps use color in a way that may enhance engagement particularly when depicting temperature change. Filled-isoline maps of temperature-change projections typically use red, orange, and purple hues to represent areas with warmer projected temperatures; owing to the large temperature increases predicted to occur by the end of this century under most climate models and scenarios, these maps often acquire a "ball of fire" appearance.

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