compression pressure

compression pressure

[kəm′presh·ən ‚presh·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
That pressure developed in a reciprocating piston engine at the end of the compression stroke without combustion of fuel.
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The results from the void content measurement (Figure 3 (a)) show that the samples cured at lower compression pressure have obvious high void content.
The corresponding pressures in this process were marked in Figure 4, where pc-Evo indicated the in-cylinder pressure at EVO, pe represented the exhaust backpressure at EVO, and pe_max indicated the maximum exhaust pressure which was caused by the compression pressure wave during the blow down process.
Calf compression pressure required to achieve venous closure from supine to standing positions.
Otherwise, the compression pressure ratio in the individual stages would change considerably, leading to an increase in the compressed gas temperature.
When the air is compressed the amount of water vapour increases in volume, depending on the compression pressure.
Other advantages associated with the use of multifunctionality excipients include reduced dust generation, easy flow of normal processing steps, reduced lubricant sensitivity, suitability of excipient for wet granulation, dry granulation and direct compression, robust tabletting at low compression pressure and IP benefits in terms of propriety combinations.
The compression pressure that results from ultra-multistep compression at the oscillation part and resin flow is considered to be generated by compression pressure, which is similar to conventional injection compression molding process.
Hence, in the present study, an external compression pressure of less than 150 mmHg would theoretically have little or no impact on arterial inflow and energy supply.
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The manufacturers of stockings also stress the importance of correct application to ensure suitable pressure, a gradual increase in compression pressure with maximum compression of 18 mmHg at the ankle in order to prevent complications.