pressure release

pressure release

[′presh·ər ri‚lēs]
(geophysics)
The outward-expanding force of pressure which is released within rock masses by unloading, as by erosion of superincumbent rocks or by removal of glacial ice.
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It's also some kind of pressure release, and we can probably play a little bit more loosely in our next game,' he said.
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The accident happened 1,000m below ground and up to 5,000m out beneath the North Sea The blow-out of a mixture of methane and nitrogen did not explode but the high pressure release "displaced a significant amount of mineral", Simon Hunter, a safety manager at ICL UK, told a news conference.
The valve can be supplied fitted with a residual pressure release valve that enables manual dumping of residual compressed air in the cylinder.
There is a single-hand open and close and a pressure release valve to release steam.
The processing parameters of pressure, temperature, pressure release gradient, and saturation time influence the structure of the resulting foam.
This is a normal back pressure release mechanism, which happens when pressure builds up in the furnace," he told the GDN.
Think of it as a continuous pressure release done very quickly.
Customized printing in up to eight colors, as well as a pressure release option, is available.
If you need to stop, just hit the thumb-operated pressure release.
It was confirmed that the clouds were the result of a pressure release of nitrogen dioxide from Billingham-based fertiliser plant GrowHow.

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