set pressure

set pressure

[′set ‚presh·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
The inlet pressure at which a relief valve begins to open as required by the code or standard applicable to the pressure vessel to be protected.
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The pilot assembly reacts to changes in downstream pressure, allowing the main valve to modulate, ensuring a constant downstream set pressure.
The digital pressure indicator helps track the pressure systems, and cuts the power automatically on reaching the set pressure.
0 m Tank volume 38 cubic meters Storage condition Liquid under pressure Internal storage temperature 25[degrees]c Vessel design pressure 21 kgf/cm2 Safety valve set pressure 23.
Egypt is calling on donors' countries to fulfill their vows, made at the Strip of Gaza reconstruction conference held in October 2014 in Cairo, besides enhancing joint Islamic work to set pressure on Israel to lift the siege and re-open the six crossings connecting the Strip to Israel, in addition to offering basic needs for its people especially the means needed to reconstruct the city, he affirmed.
1 confirms that set pressure is achieved, voltage is applied to electromagnet E of distributor 11.
According to hydroexcavation best practices, there are set pressure limits based on the depth of the excavation.
Too often, the maintenance team only charges the systems to a set pressure, and they ignore the required guidelines and proper training," he says.
Alerts can be generated any time a tire is operating outside of set pressure or temperature specifications, and these can be addressed by the tire man accordingly.
Because the squeegee blade is set to traverse at a set pressure, if the strain gage sees a massive rise in deflection because the board is now sitting higher in the tooling nest than it should be and the squeegee is trying to push through the stencil, that increase in pressure is logged.
Other developments, including: CNC positioning of spindles, computer set pressure elements, and machine integration can dramatically increase moulder efficiency and improve flexibility, McNeilly and others noted.
A two-stage regulator delivers a constant set pressure from full to empty cylinder.