base pressure

base pressure

[′bās ¦presh·ər]
(fluid mechanics)
The pressure exerted on the base or extreme aft end of a body, as of a cylindrical or boat-tailed body or of a blunt-trailing-edge wing in fluid flow.
(mechanics)
A pressure used as a reference base, for example, atmospheric pressure.
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Further, that the flow field needs to be captured by the use of an unsteady eddy-resolving approach, as both RANS and URANS fail to recover the rear wake structure and base pressure distribution, which are key controlling mechanisms for this problem [18].
In this study we have discussed the deposition of gallium nitride layer over silica nanosprings in a vacuum chamber with a base pressure of nearly 100 mtorr at a temperature of 425 [degrees]C using trimethylgallium and ammonia gas as precursors.
Additionally, the gauge can be used for base pressure monitoring and control, from atmosphere to high vacuum in evaporation and sputter coating applications, as well as general vacuum measurement.
We recently jacked up the base pressure levels for this line in efforts to provide cleaning professionals with the most power and features in this machine class," explained Daimer.
A base pressure of <5E-10 mbar at the analyzer cell guarantees a low helium background.
The application uses the pump to reduce water vapor partial pressure, allowing faster product throughput, reducing base pressure and pump-down time.
The typical base pressure measured by a gauge near the turbomolecular pump is 3 X [10.
In order to combat the depressed static pressure on the base of vehicles a number of studies have been done to investigate base pressure recovery.
10]-mbar low base pressure at the analyzer cell guarantees low helium background.
The XtraDry pumping speed is independent of gas species and is available in single and two-stage models with a pumping speed up to 8 cfm and a base pressure of 0.
Tenders are invited for Assembely Base Pressure Part No 760.
Inova's ultra-high vacuum system delivers exceptional device yields and film quality by achieving the lowest base pressure and highest gas conductance available to date.