effective pressure

effective pressure

[ə¦fek·tiv ′presh·ər]
(geology)
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The parameter [p.sub.eff], referred to as the effective pressure, accounts for the effect of the time-varying cavity pressure on the in-plane shrinkage.
The two governments agreed to continue to work closely with the global community including the United Nations and international organizations to continue to support the Rohingyas, and host communities, and to put effective pressure on Burma (Myanmar) for a resolution of the crisis.
Thus, the tested operating conditions are schematically reported in Figure 4 and defined synthetically by the engine speed and the brake mean effective pressure (BMEP), for example, 1500 x 5, that indicates an engine revolution speed of 1500 rpm and an engine load of 5 bar of BMEP.
The minister called on the Swiss government to exert effective pressure to stop the aggression on Yemen.
They also felt that the European Union was an effective pressure grouping for the peace of the world and the social cohesion of Europe.
The simulator was used to predict engine performance, including indicated mean effective pressure (IMEP) for various load points.
He also recommended joining up with allies such as the United States for more effective pressure on Beijing.
A tariff on tea is far from the most effective pressure point to balance trade.
In Figure 15e, at depth of 25.5 m (SC layer), excess pore water pressure is not large enough to exceed the initial effective pressure. Therefore, liquefaction does not occur.
The study details how Lincoln, "who was trying to avoid making the war about slavery," came under increasingly effective pressure by Radicals to replace the incompetent Cameron with someone more in line with their abolitionist views (p.188).
Authorities in Taiz urged United Nations organizations and the UN Security Council to exert effective pressure on militias to prevent the persistent targeting of civilians and force coup militias to abide by international conventions on human rights in times of conflict and war, which lists targeting civilians as a war crime.

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