gas counter

gas counter

[′gas ‚kau̇nt·ər]
(nucleonics)
A counter in which the radioactive sample is prepared in the form of a gas and introduced into the counter tube.
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The introduction of a gas counter pressure (GCP) has been recently proved to improve the surface quality of molded parts.
Also, one should avoid pressure drops that will result in inadequate gas counter pressure on the melt face and cause prefoaming and other anomalies inside the mold.
According to the latest statements made by the Gazprom Chair, the Russian gas price may grow up to $400 per a thousand cubic meters for Ukraine since January 1, 2009.With the gas price of $350 per 1 thousand cubic meters, retail price in Kyrgyzstan for gas consumers with gas counters may reach 15-18 soms per 1 cubic meter, for gas consumers with central heating without a gas counter -- 152-175 soms a month per person.
In mid term, European countries will be unable to get rid of gas dependence from Russia, which will be able to dictate prices.Probable gas price in 2009With US$250-300 per 1 thousand cubic meters of gasAaUS$250US$300Consumer having a gas counter (in soms per 1 cubic meter)11-12.712.7-15.2Consumer using central heating without a gas counter (in soms a month)110-130130-150Kyrgyzstan is fully dependent upon Uzbek gas supplies.
Among the sectoral indices, heavy selling activity was witnessed in banking, auto and oil and gas counters.
"It isn't the first and won't be the last, with the goal of enforcing the rules and standards, making sure the gas counters work properly, and the fuel is tested." Khoury announced that 95 percent of Lebanon's gas stations were in line with regulations, adding that violators would be referred to the judiciary.
THE BSE Sensex surged by more than 522 points to record a new closing high of 28,784.67 and the NSE Nifty breached the 8,700- mark for the first time driven by strong buying in the banking space and recovery in metals and oil & gas counters. Besides, sustained foreign capital inflow boosted investor sentiment.
As a result, oil and gas counters like BPCL, IOC, GAIL, Petronet LNG, RIL, HPCL, ONGC and Castrol closed higher between 5.74 per cent and 2.23 per cent.
Oil and gas counters, however, rose 1 percent in a rebound from previous losses.
"Replacing current gas counters with smart ones, reducing gas waste in the network, conservation of gas consumption in processing, transfer and distribution sectors, promoting stability of production and transfer of gas, meeting gas export needs, increasing gas injection, implementing Article 44 of the Constitution (on privatization) in connection with the refining and distribution sectors, practical moves for coping with sanctions, reinforcing self-sufficiency and boosting domestic manufacturing are among the other tasks of the gas industry up to 2015," Oji concluded.
Among the sectoral indices, buying interest has emerged across public sector units (PSU), auto and oil & gas counters, while selling interest was witnessed across realty, metal and IT stocks.