neutral pressure

neutral pressure

[′nü·trəl ′presh·ər]
(hydrology)
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This vent allows air of a more neutral pressure to enter the system and the water to escape via the weeps on the bottom of the system removing the high velocity conditions that may cause the original method to fail.
For instance, the company Creative Balloons Maschinenbau GmbH & CoKG in Heidelberg has now used ElastollanA, the TPU from BASF, to manufacture a balloon which interacts with the body with almost neutral pressure, flexibly foldable tube elements, elastically deformable foam suppositories (in the head section) and a discharging drainage tube for an improved stool drainage system with a new type of innovative functionality.
Klote (1991) presented a general method for the evaluation of the neutral pressure level (NPL) for a space (e.
The neutral pressure level of the fire floor can be assumed at the middle height as suggested by Tamura (1994).
Tested and rated to meet or exceed all local, regional, state, and federal code requirements, PyroEdge-20 fire-rated glass offers a clear 1/4" tempered glazing, rated for 20-minute positive and neutral pressure applications without hose stream testing.
In the past, fire tests had a neutral pressure in the fire chamber.
6 And it is a neutral pressure zone for smoke control, so the volume has been allowed to be larger than usual in a public building.
Early papers on the subject provided simplified approaches to smoke management schemes, equations to determine the location of the neutral pressure plane (NPP), and basic models for the vertical spread of gases in high-rise structures (Tamura and Wilson 1966; McGuire 1967a, 1967b; Barrett and Locklin 1968 1969; Hutcheon and Shorter 1968; Tamura 1969).
The output of the program provides a complete set of pressures, temperatures, densities, flow rates, and velocities, as well as the location of the neutral pressure planes in the stairwells and the elevator shafts.
1] = the height difference between the underside inlet centre and the neutral pressure level, m;
Those two curves show that the Neutral Pressure Plane (NPP) is located on the 28th floor, because that is the vertical location where the shaft and floor pressures are equal.
The pressure distribution inside a building has long been known to decrease with height such that the pressure inside a vertical shaft like an elevator shaft and the pressure on individual floors will reach equal values at a location called the neutral pressure plane (NPP).