Changes in the LBVs' effective temperature
and radius during an S Dor cycle are typically calculated by assuming a constant bolometric luminosity (e.g., ).
The minimum effective temperature
of bridge deck, main cable, and air is almost the same, while the maximum effective temperature
of bridge deckis significantly higher.
Matsubara, "Conduction-corrected modified effective temperature
as the indices of combined and separate effect of environmental factors on sensational temperature," Energy and Buildings, vol.
The 95% confidence intervals of the difference between any 2 sums of effective temperatures
based on bootstrap percentiles are:
If the oceans had been able to emit with an effective temperature
near 300 K, they would be expected to produce an extensive radiation in the microwave region of the electromagnetic spectrum.
[T.sub.amb] = the effective temperature
of the object surroundings or the reflected ambient temperature
control of the surface can only be achieved through accurate non-contact temperature measurement, according to the literature.
Evaporative cooling delivers an effective temperature
to 80 E Reducing ambient temperature around injection molds reduces sweat.
The TK Data Logger range is made up from the TKDL-PRO, a high performance printing data logger with temperature alarm monitoring and a high speed offload of recorded data, the TKDL-SPR, a simple and cost effective temperature
data logger for the small vehicle / home delivery service sector and the TKDL-DCS, an automatic Data Capture System for refrigerated vehicles with a twelve month memory as standard.
These measuring values represent the actually effective temperature
gradient of the welding process surrounding.
Maximized to operate at lower rpm's, this new fan produces more cfm per watt, and can be sped up to produce 332,000 cfm to lower the effective temperature
in warehouses, plants, and commercial facilities.
Featuring built-in cold junction compensation (CJC), the EL041 has an effective temperature
range of -250[degrees]C to 1,820[degrees]C (using thermocouple types B, E, J, K, N, R, S and T), is accurate to 0.3 percent [+ or -]0.5[degrees]C and has a resolution of better than 0.2[degrees]C.