internal pressure

internal pressure

[in′tərn·əl ′presh·ər]
(physics)
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A failed valve no longer helps regulate tank pressure, potentially resulting in internal pressure changes inside the tank.
One of which is lens luxation, whereby the lens comes through the pupil and can alter the internal pressure of the eye.
Gravity loading is applied to the whole model and internal pressure is loaded on the inner wall of the pipeline firstly.
The carbon steel vessel, for example, has a full holding capacity of 9,750 gallons and is ASME-stamped for 50-psig internal pressure to full vacuum at 200oF.
If an affected airbag deploys, the increased internal pressure may cause the inflator to rupture.
The carbon steel vessel pictured, for example, has a full holding capacity of 9,750 gallons and is ASME-stamped for 50 psig internal pressure to full vacuum at 200[degrees]F.
The 15,000-gallon tank is designed, fabricated and stamped for 150 psig internal pressure in accordance with ASME Section VIII, Div.
This 300-gallon sanitary holding tank is designed for 75 psig internal pressure at 350T and also rated for full vacuum.
Pressure has been mounting on the Israelis as not only the European Union are threatening with economic sanctions but also there are internal pressure from within the Knesset to push for a peace deal.
By holding the device portion (called the Tao WellShell) in hands and pushing hard, its internal pressure sensor works at muscles.
The key engineering challenge will be to design the swivels for the high internal pressure while working at a combined axial load and bending moment.
ISLAMABAD -- The Awami National Party (ANP) leadership is faced with internal pressure after the party was defeated in general election with the workers demanding the leadership should stand down.