air properties

air properties

[′er ‚prä·pər‚tēz]
(physics)
Characteristics of air as a gas, such as density, molecular weight, specific heats, boiling point, critical temperature, and critical pressure.
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5m; the 10 enclosed properties with out-parcels are in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Texas, Ohio, Indiana, Florida and Colorado; and the 12 open air properties with out-parcels included in the transaction are in Illinois, Virginia, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, New Jersey, Maryland and Connecticut.
The exchanger was placed in the test section, which was an insulated box with connecting expansions and reduction diffusers to produce uniform flow and to provide bulk air properties according to ASHRAE Standard 84 at the inlet face.
Musk converted one of his other Bel Air properties, formerly owned by the late Gene Wilder, into a private homeschooling set-up for his five children, along with some associates' children.
Water was creeping towards more ABERYSTWYTH Huge waves batter seafront, sending spray 50ft into air properties last night, with 16 severe flood warnings in place for the Somerset Levels and Thames Valley.
Table 2 shows the properties given to the models, with air properties given for both conduction and convection, discussed in the next paragraph.
He said: "We have had floods that weren't reported to landlords, numerous cases of sub-letting, and most commonly at this time of year, where tenants are neglecting to air properties, build up of condensation and mildew contributing to long-term damage.
Air temperature mixing tests were taken by placing temperature and relative humidity probes in front of the indoor coil to measure the temperature and relative humidity of the return air, air properties of the air leaving the indoor coil, and temperature and relative humidity of the supply air.
Air properties were constant and equal to 60[degrees]C, 3.
The physic-chemical air properties are obtained in thermodynamic tables (Navarro Torres et al.
After a quick break, Lomax provided information on air properties.
The same holds true for strength development, absorption (ASTM C-642), permeability (ASTM C-1202), freeze/thaw durability (ASTM C-666), shrinkage (ASTM C-157), scaling (ASTM C-672), and hardened air properties (ASTM C-457) as performed by the Virginia DOT and Maryland State Highway Administration.
The image to the left is the exterior of the test chamber along with computer-based data acquisition equipment and sensors mounted on a tripod for measuring air properties such as temperature, humidity, andVOC levels.