neutral temperature

neutral temperature

[′nü·trəl ′tem·prə·chər]
(electronics)
The temperature of the hot junction of a thermocouple at which the electromotive force of the thermocouple attains its maximum value, when the cold junction is maintained at a constant temperature of 0°C.
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allow] is the maximum allowable temperature above the neutral temperature of the rail that is considered safe as far as track buckling is concerned.
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Moreover, the neutral temperature was also lower than that of the result of some field surveys.
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