Ambient air


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Ambient air

The surrounding air.
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There is convincing evidence supporting the association between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and both ambient air pollution (e.
Whether existing sensitive receptors such as schools and hospitals should be screened and if future sensitive receptors should be constructed elsewhere if reports are positive for ambient air contamination.
setting ambient air quality standards would make it easier to set lead
Also, only a comparison of HH to ambient air was made in this study and not HH to hyperoxia.
If the concentration of ambient NO is less than the concentration of NO in the reservoir, diffusion from the reservoir to the ambient air can be expected.
The design ensures that only ambient air passes through the heat exchangers, thus preventing any pollution problems.
com/research/3lrc8x/global_and) have announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System Industry Report 2013" report to their offering.
This closed-circuit system runs only clean water through a unique air/water heat exchanger that uses outdoor ambient air for "free cooling" as much as possible (depending on the local climate) and also has a special adiabatic mode for hot weather.
ambient air monitoring; coupling with Curie-point-pyrolysis for direct measurement of nonvolatile compounds; residual gas analysis; and biotechnology/biochemistry, e.
The CoolAir seals a doorway with a wall of ambient air across it, preventing cold air from escaping and warm air from entering.
Because measurements are performed in transmission mode on standard wafers in ambient air without additional sample preparation and data collection times are on the order of a second, this technique provides the potential for high throughput processing characterization.
The company has installed an Escher hot blast recuperator from Maumee Valley Fabricators, Toledo, Ohio, (engineered and installed by CSI Industrial Systems, Grayling, Michigan) that raises ambient air to 1000F (538C) before it enters the furnace, reducing the amount of energy input required to melt by nearly 33%.