temperature rise

temperature rise

In cement, the increase in temperature resulting from the absorption of heat or from the internally generated heat, as by the hydration of cement in concrete.
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Scientists at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York have developed a technique for probing temperature rise in the vicinity of nanoparticles using fluorescent quantum dots as sensors.
KATHMANDU, April 25 -- Leaders from the South Asian region have stressed the need to limit global temperature rise to 1.
Information on the temperature rise for the last century was provided in the article solely for the purpose of general context.
It would be useful to take into account seasonal variation in availability of water due to temperature rise in future, while planning for hydropower projects in rivers and streams dependent on glacier runoff," said Dr Anil V.
WHY does your body temperature rise when you have a virus like flu?
A global temperature rise of even 6[degrees]C would be enough to drastically alter the world as we know it, with catastrophic consequences for human civilization, warns environmental science journalist Mark Lynas.
And it summarises scientific evidence that any temperature rise beyond 2degC over pre-industrial averages would have "catastrophic implications".
He mentioned global warming as a possible benefit to agriculture: "It seems probable that large areas of Russia and Canada would become more productive," but he didn't mention that a temperature rise of just a few degrees would destroy the winter wheat crop in Kansas.
The general method adapted from printed circuit pioneers is to characterize the temperature rise of the conductor, or in this case the temperature rise of the resistor (a poor conductor), in the dielectric material only, with no traces (except to power the resistors), no planes or components, and the board suspended in still air.
In response to the increasing number of high frequency applications and the associated problems resulting from undesirable temperature rise, J.
The software computes the temperature rise in materials due to the power losses based on the material properties such as permittivity and conductivity.
For this type of curve shape, a higher thermal conductivity specimen would show a more rapid temperature rise, indicating less damage from the thermal exposure.

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