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wet cell

[′wet ‚sel]
(electricity)
A primary cell in which there is a substantial amount of free electrolyte in liquid form.
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4] (1%, 3%, 5% and 7%) were added into test tubes contained 2 ml of wet cell biomass as shown in Table 1.
of the wet cells at different applied pressures ([P.
A small pressure is applied to the foam boundaries and every cell window between a wet cell and a dry cell is checked to evaluate if the applied pressure is greater than its rupture strength ([P.
A common 10-amp automotive charger is too much for an aircraft wet cell, more properly called a flooded-cell battery.
The inrush current is too high and overheats the plates of typical wet cell batteries, although AGM batteries are more tolerant of high-charging currents.
The module is a technical building in which the provided wet cells and cleaning rooms are supplied with drinking water.
Various fixtures, walls and floors must be broken and rebuilt, especially in the area of the new wet cells .
fifth Upstairs are the rooms with wet cells (Fertignasszellen) accommodated.
The faade and the core zones with the lifts, stairwells and wet cells, as well as the escape staircase, are available.
Delivery and installation of steel frames and door leaves (wood, surface plastic coated) in various dimensions and designs, as well as requirements for soundproofing and fire protection for accommodation and wet cells (each 194 St.
fifth On the first floor are the rooms with wet cells (Fertignass cells).