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hydrostatic

 [hi″dro-stat´ik]
pertaining to a liquid in a state of equilibrium or the pressure exerted by a stationary fluid.

hy·dro·stat·ic

(hī'drō-stat'ik),
Relating to the pressure of fluids or to their properties when in equilibrium.

hydrostatic

[-stat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, hydor, water, statos, standing
pertaining to fluids at rest or in equilibrium and the pressure they exert.

hy·dro·stat·ic

(hī'drō-stat'ik)
Relating to the pressure of fluids or to their properties when in equilibrium.

hydrostatic

pertaining to a liquid in a state of equilibrium or the pressure exerted by a stationary fluid.

hydrostatic pressure
a significant factor in intestinal absorption; the tissue fluid pressure against which osmosis has to achieve a positive gradient if small molecules are to pass the cell membranes and be absorbed.
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The GGVSE requires military fuel tanker vehicles and equipment to be hydrostatically tested and certified every 3 years in order to carry fuel on European road and rail systems.
Turbulence created by the rotating stock in oil-filled channels supports the stock both hydrostatically and hydrodynamically.
NMFS argued that the 110% standard was unnecessary because 1) the fish could compensate hydrostatically for the effects of higher dissolved gas levels, 2) the daily fluctuation in levels of dissolved gas limited possible detrimental effects on fish, and 3) NMFS believed that migration of salmon at low depths reduces the effects of dissolved gas.
As a new pipe, Ruby should largely be free from federal scrutiny or mandates from the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration and the Federal Transportation Safety Board with regard to hydrostatically testing existing pipeline infrastructure.
For discrete locations requiring mitigation, the affected pipe can be repaired or replaced, or periodically hydrostatically tested to confirm the integrity.
Spicer PowerBoost hydraulic-hybrid technology is ideally suited for hydrostatically driven drivetrains, which is why Dana will feature it at Intermat as part of a complete drivetrain system for a compact telescopic boom handler with 2.
This makes us the first and the only approved organization by DOT to hydrostatically test pressure cylinders in Mongolia.
Each of the hydraulic components is also hydrostatically tested to failure, to insure the integrity of the components' mechanical design and to validate FEA results.
During manufacturing of the liner, the steel cylinders were hydrostatically tested and the weld seams were radiographically tested to ensure the water-tightness of the composite-wall liner.
The principles of design of adaptive hydrodynamically and hydrostatically loaded bearings are presented in the literature [1].
Argweld purge film makes a very tough barrier once positioned in but as soon as the pipes are washed out or hydrostatically tested, the film and adhesive dissolves to molecular size, so that it cannot clog sensitive components like filters, before being washed away completely.
The first question that came up was about the 36M-1 for hydrostatically testing the fire hoses.