Air space


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air space

[¦er ¦spās]
(engineering)
An enclosed space containing air in a wall for thermal insulation.
(ordnance)
The space in a firearm between the powder charge and projectile.

Air space

A hollow space between the inner surfaces within a building, or building component, such as between the panes of insulating glass, inner surfaces of masonry walls, between ceiling and floor in steel truss construction, and between an inner and outer dome.

air space

The space above private property or public property for which air rights may be granted.
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This can be illustrated by considering the running costs for a 140kW output gas-fired warm air space heater operating for 10 hours per day, 5.
The protection of SR's air space is provided by the Emergency System of Air Force of the Armed Forces of SR (ES AF AF SR), which meets the objectives in line with the act on "the organization of activities of the government and central government", Act No.
Even after the September 11, 2001 attacks, Britain did not close its air space.
A fixed wing medium sized aircraft of Pakistan intruded into Indian air space on August 5.
While UAVs have proven their worth in Iraq, Afghanistan and other combat theaters, the FAA has control of domestic air space.
It works like this: Say a brand new landfill had a million cubic yards of air space, plus siting, engineering, and constructions costs, plus some good will in their businesses.
5-micrometer-thick air space, held together by columns of cuticle.
Holloman lies near the White Sands missile range, and Edwards is at the southern edge of a restricted air space zone that extends nearly to Bishop.
The modernization project is a cost-effective means of ensuring our forces have the necessary tools to accomplish their mission to monitor and defend North American air space," says McCallum.
Air traffic controllers sounded the alarm when their radar screens showed part-time parachutist Jason Bishop flying his Cessna plane without permission over Birmingham air space, a court heard.
The European Commission decided on July 2 to authorise the compensation regime put in place by Germany to help its airlines cope with losses incurred by the closure of parts of the air space following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2002.
The skins were manufactured as floor to ceiling units; the air space between is divided by glazed partitions into box windows', to prevent the spread of sound and fire.