yield temperature

yield temperature

[′yēld ‚tem·prə·chər]
(engineering)
The temperature at which a fusible plug device melts and is dislodged by its holder and thus relieves pressure in a pressure vessel; it is caused by the melting of the fusible material, which is then forced from its holder.
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Small-scale weather stations can yield temperature data at high resolution, which can be used to provide refined maps of temperature summations.
Measuring the relative differences between those speeds can yield temperature changes within the disk to 30 billionths of a degree.
As such these fires need to be contained and the structural elements and storage tanks need to be protected with a passive fireproofing system that will keep the steel temperature from reaching its yield temperature or the BLEVE temperature in case of an LPG storage tank.
The yield decrease rate turning points were 550[degrees]C and 10[degrees]C/min for yield temperature and yield-heating rate charts, respectively.
5 HH series is an ideal choice for customers who need an easy-to-apply coating that offers excellent durability, good resistance to cracking and abrasion protection for exterior surfaces that yield temperatures up to 1200[degrees]F.
Hydro-geothermal methods, which extract heat from geothermal water or hydrothermal sources of steam, yield temperatures of between 140 and 300 degrees Celsius, depending on the geology and the site.
The auto detailing power washers produce wet steam using fume reducing propane gas heater units that can yield temperatures of 250*F
Calculations yield temperatures up to 53[degrees]C (on ice free basis) for Knox Group at Chattanooga, which would have been too hot for an ocean in which brachiopods survived.