bleed off


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bleed off

To take off a part or all of a fluid from a tank or line, normally through an escape valve or outlet, as in to bleed off air.
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The bleed off take is also lower during pull-up compared to cool-down conditions.
You'll need to bleed off all that energy before flaring or even thinking about touching down.
Unintentional bleed off occurs when there are leaking drain valves, poorly adjusted water levels and sumps that are undersized so that they over flow when the system is shut down.
They are used in a variety of different applications wherever static electricity bleed off is required.
Cruz needs to make a big move, and now, to keep his Tea Party base energized and bleed off some Chamber of Commerce Rs from Dewhurst.
Our product allows the engine to bleed off excess heat and keeps the engine compartment cooler,” states Dave Gibbons, Sales and Operations Director.
Interestingly, the images bleed off the sides--which creates an experience of the works that is different from a more conventional presentation with margins all around.
The crew heard a loud bang followed by the #2 hydraulic system quantity rapidly decreasing and the pressure starting to bleed off.
After sputter coating, a conductive copper adhesive tape is used to bleed off any electron charge that may build up on the sample surface.
Close the connected D-1 nozzle and let the pressure bleed off for three minutes.
And for a moment, we imagined the other coaches, or Pac-10 officials, watching the scene and wishing they could open a valve and bleed off some of the Trojan aura.