air compression

air compression

[′er ‚kəm′presh·ən]
(physics)
The decrease of volume of a quantity of air as a result of an increase in pressure, as is accomplished by a piston moving in a cylinder.
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With this cooperation, Sulzer is tapping into a similar technological transformation in industrial air compression that happened in the low-pressure blower market from 1996 onwards
Inadequate fuel and air compression Poor compression of both fuel and air inside a car engine is a recipe for disaster.
The generated heat from the air compression is separated and thrown out to the atmosphere while the resultant compressed air molecules with less heat are allowed to expand.
"Our job is to make sure everything else is good to go as far as having proper air compression, making sure the hydraulics arc functioning and using the control panel to set the amount of coverage we will drop on the pass.
It is energy-efficient technology that promises up to 50% savings in lifecycle cost of air compression for mine operators.
For example, summer temperatures in Minnesota can be 100 degrees with high relative humidity and a 70-degree dew point, generating tons of water during air compression. But in the winter, the air is cold and dry.
From pressure washing to air compression, food and beverage facilities need to make sure that they are properly managing how their sanitation tools are used and stored for effective pest prevention and sterilization.
The 100-foot-tall industrial scale system for testing and demonstrating air compression was installed in its own headframe in a former elevator shaft that used to be a part of Big Nickel Mine.
"Automakers are continuing to emphasise electrification, and we see a trend toward a rising number of electric vehicle models around the world, which call for increasingly efficient air compression at high pressures while retaining energy," said Philipp Helmich, WABCO vice-president, original equipment sales and key account management.