boost pressure

boost pressure

[′büst ‚presh·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
Manifold pressure greater than the ambient at atmospheric pressure, obtained by supercharging. Also known as boost.

boost pressure

A manifold pressure greater than the ambient atmospheric pressure, obtained by supercharging. Often called a boost.
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At the first level of boost, Brabus increases the boost pressure and reprograms the engine control unit, which results in increased recoil up to 350 horsepower and 460 Nm.
The exhaust fan was theoretically capable of developing a boost pressure of 1.76 bar, however, the pressure in the cylinder would have been so great, that the cylinder head would have lifted clean off.
Recklaus said officials knew the decision to boost pressure to keep water flowing would lead to additional main breaks.
There's the shiny seven-inch touchscreen display on the center stack for audio, telephony, connectivity, and sounds settings, plus a high-grade multi-function display that shows the boost pressure meter, the trip computer, a clock, and a menu system for other vehicle settings.
Treasury, moving to boost pressure on Hezbollah, imposed sanctions Wednesday against two people and three firms that Washington accuses of being involved in schemes to help the Iran-backed group evade American sanctions.
[06/April/2019] SANAA, April 6 (Saba) - The United States has imposed new sanctions on 34 vessels belonging to the Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA to boost pressure on President Nicolas Maduro.
Idaho Department of Water Resources Director Gary Spackman told lawmakers the change is needed to boost pressure in aquifers and avoid confusion about whether the state will partially pay for capping wells on private land.
Tokyo opposes a bilateral deal for fear it would boost pressure on traditionally sensitive sectors, such as agriculture.
The innovative Dynamic Pressure Turbo adjusts boost pressure and airflow according to engine speed to overcome traditional problems such as turbo lag.
He said he wanted to boost pressure on Tunisians until an opportunity to score.
Ernesto Torres, commander, of 1003rd brigade, in a statement said that 'the Brigade along with its controlled Battalions will continue the conduct of the CSP in the whole area of operation as well as the conduct of the Focus Military Operation on the ground in order to boost pressure not only to the regular members of the CNT.'
Others have hinted that caffeine can temporarily boost pressure within the eye.