Embrittlement of alloy steels caused by holding within or cooling slowly through a temperature range just below the transformation range. Embrittlement is the result of the segregation at grain boundaries of impurities such as arsenic, antimony, phosphoru ...

In thermodynamics, the integrating factor of the differential equation referred to as the first law of thermodynamics, In statistical mechanics, a measure of translational molecular kinetic energy (with three degrees of freedom). In general, the degree of ...

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Is the property of a substance that gauges the potential or driving force for the flow of heat.

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The temperature of a body referred to the absolute zero, at which point the volume of an ideal gas theoretically becomes zero. (Fahrenheit scale is minus 459.67

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(1) The ratio of the speeds of a chemical reaction at two temperatures differing by 10

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The amount that the voltage, current, and/or power output of a solar cell changes due to a change in the cell temperature.

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The correction applied to an instrument to account for the effect of temperature upon its response characteristics.

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Is the temperature existing at the discharge port of the compressor.

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An index that combines sensible temperature and air humidity to arrive at a number that closely responds to the effective temperature; used to relate temperature and humidity to levels of comfort.

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Is the temperature at the inlet flange of the compressor.

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The toal temperature at the intake flange of the compressor.

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A device to record temperature in a container while cargo is en route.

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Is the ratio of the computed isentropic temperature rise to the measured total temperature rise during compression.

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See approximate absolute temperature scale, Celsius temperature scale, centigrade temperature scale, Fahrenheit temperature scale, Kelvin temperature scale, Rankine temperature scale, Reaumur temperature scale,

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The actual temperature of a moving gas stream. It is the temperature indicated by a thermometer moving in the stream with the same velocity as the stream.

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The temperature which would be measured at the stagnation point if a gas stream were stopped, with adiabatic compression from the flow condition to the stagnation pressure.

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Individual rooms or zones in a building where temperature is controlled separately from other rooms or zones.

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A component of a water heating system that opens at a designated temperature or pressure to prevent a possible tank, radiator, or delivery pipe rupture.

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Embrittlement of ultrahigh-strength steels caused by tempering in the temperature range of 205 to 400

A valve used to mix heated water with cold in a heating system to provide a desired water temperature for end use.

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