bleed off


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bleed off

To take off a part or all of a fluid from a tank or line, normally through an escape valve or outlet, as in to bleed off air.
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166) Is Screened In The Background And Will Bleed Off All Sides.
To lower the tower operators simply bleed off the air pressure using a release valve built into the base of the tower.
They bleed off the double page spreads with colour that makes readers feel that they are swimming from the shallow waters near the surface into the deeper playground of a sunken ship.
Strong Acme cap threads provide greater safety by allowing trapped pressure to bleed off while maintaining 90% thread engagement, thus decreasing the risk to personnel and surrounding equipment.
To bleed off the airspeed and establish a rate of descent on the back side of the power curve, the crew performed a right 360-degree turn.
On final, inside a half mile, I raised my NVGs and dropped the nose, aiming short of Taxiway Mike to bleed off excess energy gained during the approach.
A common strategy thieves use is to find unsecured nurse tanks and storage facilities where they can bleed off a few gallons of anhydrous into an empty gas grill container or other storage device.
The 512 Hz frequency provides greater accuracy with less bleed off to surrounding lines," says Potter.
1) all begin by continuously monitoring dissolved solids levels as a basis for controlling the valves that bleed off the old water and let in the new.