temperature wave

temperature wave

[′tem·prə·chər ‚wāv]
(cryogenics)
A disturbance in which a variation in temperature propagates through a medium; the chief example of this is second sound. Also known as thermal wave.
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Features include: LCD to display system operating parameters, set-up parameters and alarm messages; dual 1/3 hp CFC-free refrigeration systems; LED vacuum and temperature wave graphs and patented moisture sensor.
Large and sudden temperature changes in supply temperature were depicted in the district heating system in Madumvej while the pronounced transient supply conditions of temperature wave were exhibited in the district heating system in Naestved.
3, the supplied temperature formed temperature wave deliberately produced to reduce flow rate during peak consumption in the morning period.
He pointed out that the general situation of the olive trees is good in spite of the high temperature wave which hit the region and that the number of olive oil presses in the province is about 380.
Dual 1/3 hp CFC-free refrigeration systems; LED vacuum and temperature wave graphs; patented moisture sensor; vacuum control/break valve and a rear-mounted RS-232 port are included.
We are able to expect also that the temperature wave S1 effects on the long water tube observations weaker than on horizontal pendulums.
z]) of soil temperature wave decreases with depth z and can be estimated using the amplitude at the surface ([A.
Systems have a compact benchtop design and include a 12-port drying chamber Features include: LCD to display system operating parameters, set-up parameters and alarm messages; dual 1/3 hp CFC-free refrigeration systems; LED vacuum and temperature wave graphs; patented moisture sensor; vacuum control/break valve; rear-mounted RS-232 port; and an automatic start-up switch.
A comparison of calculated and measured temperature wave oscillation amplitudes between walls layers clarified that there is no regular disagreement in the results.
Shape of space The debate over the shape of space took some new twists with the mathematical analysis of satellite snapshots of the universe's temperature waves (164: 296).
We propose an association of short (optic) wavelengths with longer (infraoptic) wavelengths (termed a dual) due to temperature waves of intermediate wavelength.
Both groups have based their analyses on first-year data from NASA's Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), which in February produced a snapshot of temperature waves shortly after the Big Bang (SN: 2/15/03, p.

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