cold test

cold test

[′kōld ‚test]
(chemical engineering)
A test to determine the temperature at which clouding or coagulation is first visible in a sample of oil, as the temperature of the sample is reduced.
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The key distinction between the cold test of '83 and that of the '98 was that the former was in line with regulations of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.
Tenders are invited for Supply installation commissioning and demonstration of hot and cold test chamber
The tooth gave positive response to cold test and Electric Pulp Testing (EPT) and which was surprising finding, So RCT was deferred for further evaluation and patient was recalled after 1 month.
Based on the cold test results, representative samples of the lots 2, 3, 5 and 6 were classified as higher physiological quality, averaging 87-94% germination, samples of lots 1 and 8 with average quality (80-81%) and the remaining samples were classified as low vigor, averaging less than 75% (Table 1).
After taking photos during the check-up of the vapour sprayers (a couple of photos made of the injection of technical water during the cold test in the standing boiler are presented in Figure 4), the review of the video material and as the result of the visual observation the following conclusions were made:
2010) suggests that the cold test conducted between papers at 10degC should be used for an alternative procedure to rank soybean seed lots for seed vigor.
In 1983, Pakistan successfully conducted its first cold test of a nuclear device.
For the cold test, the transmission was placed in neutral and the wheel hubs were driven immediately following engine start.
Multiple cold test environmental chambers (Rehm, SMT) and vacuum soldering lines (Asscon, Rehm, Eightech Tectron, SMT) were on display as well.
While performing cold test the powdered material was insoluble in all the solvents except sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid but was soluble in acetic acid and remained insoluble in nitric acid during hot test.
An alternative test is the OIV-certified cold test that consists of freezing a sample at a consistent temperature of -4[degrees] C for six days and assaying the KHT crystal status of the sample.