pressurized area

pressurized area

Same as pressurized zone.
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Research materials flying inside Dragon's pressurized area include an investigation demonstrating the benefits of manufacturing fiber optic filaments in a microgravity environment.
EDT Friday - The pressurized area in a BFR spaceship will be larger than an A380, and its configuration for a trip to Mars - expected to last a few months, between three and six - will have about 40 cabins, each of which can house about 5-6 people.
Since most of the screw circumference is filled with melt at this point, there is no opposing pressure opposite the pressurized area over the solid and the screw is forced sideways in the barrel, causing wear on the flights opposite the pressure.
Many airlines do not allow cats to travel in the passenger section with their owners, and if this is the case, your kitty will be housed in a heated and pressurized area in the storage compartment of the plane.
The fireboats also feature pressurized areas that protect crews from biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear agents.
Any plan to pressurize multiple portions of the building would have to be carefully evaluated, because to indiscriminately pressurize more than one area within the building could result in the pressurized areas being sources of smoke for areas that are left un-pressurized.
The AD requires removing insulation blankets coated with polyethyleneteraphthalate or Orcofilm AN-26 located in the aircraft's pressurized areas and installing new blankets.