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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The unit also contains a hot gas reheat coil so that the ventilation air can be supplied to space at a neutral temperature.
Therefore, a single neutral temperature value that depends on solar zenith angle and altitude is obtained for each phase of the solar cycle after considering equation (1).
FLEXYNETS will develop, demonstrate and deploy a new generation of intelligent district heating and cooling networks that reduce energy transportation losses by working at neutral temperature levels.
Two of the rockets had an additional deployable payload with instrumentation to measure electron density and neutral temperature and turbulence.
Therefore, in the present investigation, conductivity of the skin was assessed in 10 subjects at 2 environmental temperatures, a thermally neutral temperature and a warm temperature.
The lesson here is to store your camera in a place with neutral temperature, not in an air-conditioned building.
Descriptive statistics for the self-selected 90-min sessions of training in the heat and training at neutral temperature.
Enthalpy and sensible energy recovery wheels to deliver neutral temperature ventilation air;
allow] is the maximum allowable temperature above the neutral temperature of the rail that is considered safe as far as track buckling is concerned.
16) Although the installed cooling capacity of the DOAS OA unit is the same in either case (because it is sized for the dehumidification load), the latter "cold air" approach reduces the required cooling capacity of each local unit and eliminates the central heating required to reheating the CA to the neutral temperature.
The chilled beams receive neutral temperature air of 66[degrees]F (18.