thermal pulse


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thermal pulse

The radiant power versus time pulse from a nuclear weapon detonation.
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This then leads to a thermal pulse during which the star expands and brightens for a short period of time.
The shell originates from a thermal pulse during which the star had a brief period of increased mass loss.
Every 10,000 to 50,000 years, these gaseous behemoths burn helium for a few hundred years in a runaway process known as a thermal pulse, causing the layers of the star to mix.
As for the gas, reporting to a slice that gets the thermal pulse in the heat exchange, the specific volume of the gas will be heated (increasing its temperature) and then slowly it will cool down (decreasing its temperature), like shown in the next figure:
ENERGY RESOURCE-18 October 2006-ENERGY COMPANY UPDATE: Platina Energy Ships Thermal Pulse Unit to Montana(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.
The sensing process starts with a thermal pulse created in the oil layer by the absorption of a powerful C[O.
The mission team quickly reported that it had acquired useful data and that the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter had picked up the impact's thermal pulse.
The brief but intense thermal pulse of a nuclear explosion immediately ignites any combustible material nearby.
The question then became whether we could catch a star just starting a thermal pulse.
Patented Thermal Pulse Technology[TM] delivers a pulse of heat, clearing pimples up to four times faster and often in as little as 24 hours.
The advanced Thermal Pulse Technology[TM] delivers a pulse of heat to instantly penetrate the skin to neutralize the underlying bacteria that causes breakouts.
OTCBB:PLTG), (Frankfurt:O5Y) announces that Permian Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Platina Energy Group, is forming a joint venture alliance using the Company's rights and licenses for the proprietary Thermal Pulse Unit device.