actual pressure

actual pressure

[′ak·chə·wəl ′presh·ər]
(meteorology)
The atmospheric pressure at the level of the barometer (elevation of ivory point), as obtained from the observed reading after applying the necessary corrections for temperature, gravity, and instrumental errors.
References in classic literature ?
There was once a time when New England groaned under the actual pressure of heavier wrongs than those threatened ones which brought on the Revolution.
While the same amount of pressure is exerted in all directions during firing, actual pressure exerted is determined by surface area.
The actual pressure of it was incredible, so, in the end, it was a big relief to leave.
are also harmed by perceived or actual pressure to grant special treatment to the president and his extensive enterprises, or else be placed at a disadvantage with other states and governments that have granted or will grant special treatment, the complaint states.
the actual pressure requirement can be difficult to estimate.
The Edge Sense is based on actual pressure applied to the side of the
The usefulness of generating empirically based design lives is that operators can establish the service life for repaired corrosion features using actual pressure history data.
The new Edge Sense is based on actual pressure applied to the side of the device.
In particular, this method will undervalue the actual pressure loss through early portions of a runner system and overvalue the pressure loss through gates and part forming cavities.
Despite repeated condemnations by the international community, Israel has come under little actual pressure to halt its settlement program, land seizures, or the forced displacement of Palestinian communities.
The actual pressure at the airport is, of course, one inch lower, at 28.
So as a result from filling is visible, that time may be shorter, because maximal injection pressure is not limiting actual pressure.