heat development

heat development

[′hēt di‚vel·əp·mənt]
(graphic arts)
A method that employs heat absorption to form the image.
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Announcement of competition:Geological Survey (NGU) want to gain more knowledge about the heat development in Norwegian crystalline rocks and its effect on heat flow and temperature in sedimentary basins on the Norwegian continental shelf.
leadership in the development of new nuclear technologies, and discussed the various applications for SMR technology, such as electricity production, process heat development, and other industrial applications.
Other parameters examined the break-away momentum required to move the aircraft from a standing start, acceleration, heat development within the motors and energy consumption during various phases.
A clear relation between the presence of oxygen and heat development in freshly packed silage has been shown.
Of special interest is the possibility to simulate the smoke and heat development in parking garages and tunnel fires, where it is very important to have the right ventilation capacity in order to swiftly evacuate the poisonous smoke gases," said Svein Nilsen, marketing director of Systemair.
The British physiologist Archibald Vivian Hill (1866-1977) was particularly interested in the relationship between muscle contraction and heat development.
in a country like India due to to overloading, rough road conditions, high humidity and temperature, or in advanced countries where the tires are abused due to higher speeds which leads to higher heat development and gradual separation of steel cord from rubber.
SVI's Renewable Heat report appraises the UK's domestic, commercial & industrial renewable heat markets, analysing legislation and tariff levels, technology groups and market segments to identify the leading opportunities for renewable heat development throughout the UK.
This accelerates the hardening process, the heat development of the cement hydration kicks in earlier and ensures that the concrete core temperature and its hardening processes proceeds normally even at freezing temperatures outside.
To identify the key opportunities for renewable heat development throughout the country, the report examines market segments, customer needs, policy, cost drivers, technology groups, legislation and tariff levels.
The result is less heat development during the drive, which also has a positive effect on driving dynamic and particularly on rolling resistance and wear-out properties.
EPIKOTE MGS RIMR 155 is a new, low-exothermic resin system designed for the control of heat development within a composite during the infusion of very thick structures.