critical pressure


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crit·i·cal pres·sure

the minimum pressure required to liquefy a gas at the critical temperature.

critical pressure

the pressure exerted by a fluid in a closed system at the critical temperature.

critical pressure

The pressure exerted by a vapor at its critical temperature in an evacuated container.
See also: pressure
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It is probable that upon the decrease of the local pressure to below the critical pressure of C[O.
Unimodal MDPE pipe in diameters up to 219 mm exhibits RCP critical pressures that exceed the Minimum Required Critical Pressure for use in gas distribution systems, thereby delivering very adequate RCP performance.
When pressures are less than the critical pressure ratio, the condition of choked flow no longer holds and the mass flow rate is dependent on the pressure inside the vessel of pipe.
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The critical pressure head values of the sink term function were taken from Wesseling (1991) and are shown in Table 2.
A pulsating behavior of the gas flow through a capillary into a liquid was discovered to occur at critical pressure (Agrest et al.
The Veriflex foam and Integriderm's anatomically contoured layer create a five-zone pressure relief system that conforms to the body's natural shape, addressing critical pressure points at the head, scapular, trochanteric, sacral and heel areas.
The two tries that were scored against them were from close-range forward drives down the hill and credit Leeds with recognising the critical pressure areas.
We need to evolve responsible strategies given the following problem: how does a teacher bring critical pressure upon the dominant social powers that have vested interest in reproducing and expanding their own conditions of power, which usually include supporting only those educational institutions and practices that function as conduits of information, preparing students as a work-force in line with corporate America's bottomline "mentality"?
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In that case, the critical slope would correspond to a critical pressure.