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Ventilation Psychology The verbalization* of one's 'emotional baggage' to another person; qvetching
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No matter what type of vents you use, follow the guidelines discussed in last month's article, "Part 2: Back to Basics on Mold Venting"--especially those on grinding and polishing the vents in the same direction as the flow of air.
In these situations, the venting of bathroom fans is done through a band joist in a basement or crawl space.
With the advancement of computer techniques and finite element analysis software, numerical simulation based on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become one of the major methods to study the explosion venting process in large-scale confined spaces.
The researchers noted that anglers are no longer required to carry and use a venting tool while fishing for reef fish, such as red snapper, in the federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
With the poor venting and a small gate, we'll likely be fighting filling problems related to gas traps (burning), flashing, parts sticking at ejection, and cosmetic issues.
The system is an ideal solution for venting of explosions in bucket elevators that are located within, or partially within, a building or a zoned area where normal venting cannot occur.
The order covers venting scenarios for both "wetwells," structures meant to condense accident-generated steam and control pressure, and the larger "drywell" structures that surround the reactor.
In conventional drying, the kiln controller is set to a specific dry bulb/wet bulb temperature and held there for a number of hours or days, depending on the specific schedule used, requiring venting and/or steam spray in addition to heat.
It protects the vent screen from splash back and provides a large venting area to keep regulators working effectively and vents breathing easy.
In order to gain more efficiency out of its blind risers, AG Anderson utilizes a venting chamber on top of its riser sleeves (Fig.
"What we've found is that there's never been an occasion where we didn't find evidence of venting within any 200-km section of [the] mid-ocean ridge," notes Christopher R.
Orton debuts its new venting system for electric kilns, Vent Master.