actual pressure

actual pressure

[′ak·chə·wəl ′presh·ər]
(meteorology)
The atmospheric pressure at the level of the barometer (elevation of ivory point), as obtained from the observed reading after applying the necessary corrections for temperature, gravity, and instrumental errors.
References in classic literature ?
There was once a time when New England groaned under the actual pressure of heavier wrongs than those threatened ones which brought on the Revolution.
5 HP auto controlled online booster pumpset including planning and designing micro processor based automation system ON/OFF system governed on the basis of actual pressure in the pipeline and synchronizing with the auto controlled timer at Pedamol Shirvoi in VP Xeldem in Curchorem Constituency.
For example, if the regulator is set at 100 psi, the actual pressure can vary by plus or minus 10 psi.
Without this technology, a contractor working around utilities must visually watch a pressure gage at the truck during operation to know the actual pressure he or she is operating at.
So even though you are changing the pressure on the controller, the actual pressure is not going up if the relief valve is set lower.
This mismatch between the rated pressure and the actual pressure results in over consumption.
Meeting a visiting Russian parliamentary delegation headed by Ilyas Umakhanov, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of Russian Federation, the President added that routing terrorism also requires putting actual pressure on the parties that are involved in funding and arming the terrorists and facilitating their passage.
Routing terrorism, the President added, also requires putting actual pressure on the parties that are involved in funding and arming the terrorists and facilitating their passage.
The actual pressure on each kneading section was measured.
Two experiments were performed to compare the Threshold IMT device-in-reverse pressure to that of the actual pressure measured via a pressure monitor (PF-300; IMT-medical, Switzerland) under two separate conditions, including (1) manually generated expiratory flow using a bag-valve mask and, (2) human subject generated expiratory flow.
Fatigue growth analysis is performed using actual pressure data for real-time monitoring, while hydraulic modeling determines true pressure loading at crack locations throughout the pipeline for accurate growth predictions.
The actual pressure points are placed above the glass strip and below the display and indicated by three tiny dots.