pressure shift

pressure shift

[′presh·ər ‚shift]
(spectroscopy)
An increase in the wavelength at which a spectral line has maximum intensity, which takes place when pressure is increased.
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And the Light Blues boss reckons a win at Ibrox could see the pressure shift to Parkhead after Brendan Rodgers claimed the derby heat is all on Gers.
On the basis of the above-obtained pressure shift factor, the shear-rate independent values of the [[beta].
25 Torr), these uncertainties were combined in quadrature with the estimated average pressure shift between 330 Pa and 33 Pa, 0.
A blood pressure shift of a few millimeters in a single person is unlikely to cause immediate harm," he says.
Impingement freezing and pressure shift freezing may improve product quality at the source.
Neil – who subbed himself in the second half – said: "Once the fans started cheering you could see the pressure shift right on to the players and they started doing silly things.
p]] is the pressure shift factor and n is the power-law index.
The pressure shift produces a high expiratory flow from the lungs simulating a cough.
For pressure shift freezing, pressures are used which prevent ice formation even at 0 [degrees].
The first three or four over are difficult, but once you survive that the pressure shifts onto the opposition team and they have try different things to get you out.
But when low or dropping pressure shifts crappies into the bottom ooze, precise presentation becomes important.
If we're still in the tie then all the pressure shifts to the home team in the second leg because there is an expectation that they will stay up.