ambient temperature


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am·bi·ent tem·per·a·ture

(ambē-ĕnt tempĕr-ă-chŭr)
The overall level of heat or cold in an environment.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ambient temperature

The surrounding temperature or that present in the place, site, or location indicated.
See also: temperature
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Where, u is population mean, [beta]j is treatment effect (treatment comprise thermo neutral (TN) zone and high ambient temperature (HAT) zone), [alpha]k is the strain effect (four commercial broiler strains Ross, Hubbard, Cobb and Arber Acres), I3l is the strain by temperature zone interaction, eijklm is the random error associated to kth chicks and jth is treatment in experimental unit.
According to GB/T 23137-2008, the nominal working conditions of heat pump water heater were chosen as the test conditions, which was set to an ambient temperature of 20[degrees]C, an ambient relative humidity of 59%, and the water temperature rising from 15[degrees]C to 55[degrees]C.
Among adults (Table 4), the average daily number of hospital admissions for the AMI on the days with the lower ambient temperature increased by 41.8% (95% CI: 1.027-1.959) as compared to days with the moderate ambient temperature, adjusted for the season, weekend days, relative humidity and air pressure.
Location a Rectal 0.0699 Head 0.3094 Torso 0.5067 Hand 0.7665 Foot 2.1807 Estimation of Ambient Temperature
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In conclusion: A dearth of malaria POC test results should not be considered to be a handicap by any laboratory, since a thorough evaluation of peripheral blood smears detecting different Plasmodium species would be ideal for diagnosing malaria even at higher and lower ambient temperatures.
The post-chilling incubation time (IT) at ambient temperature also significantly affected the weight loss in sweet orange fruit.
These literatures focus on the impact of ambient temperature rise on transformer life, and the impact of different temperature characteristics on transformer life at different locations is not included.
Free cooling is very suitable for plastics processing because ambient temperatures in many parts of the world are similar to chilled-water flow temperatures, and free cooling can be used to its best advantage.
We measured the amount of time when ambient temperature exceeded 14 and 20[degrees]C.
Food manufacturers needs to be concerned about the ambient temperature surrounding food coming in for processing, the storage of that food and the ambient temperature when transporting the finished product to its final destination.
In the winter conditions, the ambient temperature was equivalent to 18[degrees]C (64.4[degrees]F), 20[degrees]C (68[degrees]F), and 22[degrees]C (71.6[degrees]F).