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static pressure

Etymology: Gk, statikos, causing to stand; L, premere, to press
a condition of equalized blood pressure throughout the body when the heartbeat is stopped. A nonmoving fluid exerts a uniform pressure in all directions.

static pressure

1. The pressure in the circulatory system between pulses.
2. Pressures that are present in a system when any variables that may impact the system are minimized.
See also: pressure
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In their experimental setup, FPTUs were connected to two airflow chambers for the measurement of primary and fan airflow under varying upstream static pressures from 0.
A recipe that produced a Pb-free ramp-to-peak profile with a belt speed of 28 IPM and static pressure of 1.
Distribution of total and static pressures at the impeller exit shows higher values for configuration with pressure side squealer.
They make it easy to spot ducting problems because the static pressure at a known blower speed will change significantly.
Maximum static pressures range from 350 psi (2413 kPa) for the HF6500 Series to 700 psi (4826 kPa) for the HF6800 Series.
The first component of Equation 6 represents the difference of static pressures at the outlet and inlet of the fan (i.
In the oil and gas industry segment, ABB's multi-variable transmitters can withstand static pressures up to 6000psi, for use in conjunction with gas injection at wellheads.
The BORS Lift allows these wells to get back into production by allowing the natural static pressures to establish a balance point between the oil and water column through a series of logging applications and reservoir engineering.
Figure 1 shows the annual fan energy consumption for the packaged variable-speed AC system with various static pressures (Greensboro, NC).
Static pressures were averaged across the respective cross-sections both upstream and down-stream of the terminal unit.
Static pressures were averaged across the respective cross sections both upstream and downstream of the terminal unit.
dwn] are the uncertainty in the upstream and downstream static pressures.