reference temperature

reference temperature

In the definition for degree-day, an indoor temperature of 65°F (18.3°C) in the US, or 60° (15.6°C) in Britain.
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s): The subject of the order is the supply of diesel oil in the amount of 2 212 m3 at the reference temperature of +150 c
where [sigma] is flow stress, A is the yield stress at reference temperature and strain rate, B is the coefficient of strain hardening, n is the exponent of strain hardening, [epsilon] is the true strain, [?
To determine the reference temperature for each site, we predicted the YLL for each percentile of the daily maximum temperature distribution, and identified the percentile with the lowest YLL value.
Creep compliance master curve of PMMA with 1% crosslinking degree, at a reference temperature of 148[degrees]C after Alves et al.
If either the SoH or the cell impedance at one reference temperature is known, the aging influence can be compensated in the dynamic cell temperature calculation during operation.
The pre-calculated 'cooling curves' are stored in the system software and allow the colour values determined during the de-moulding process, which is typically 60-80[degrees]C to be converted into a reference temperature, for example, 20[degrees]C.
So if resistivity is specified, it is always specified at a specific reference temperature, typically 20[degrees]C.
Together with the value of the reference temperature, these values form the basis of the thermogravimetric analysis of the sample.
In this paper which is focused on exergy analysis in the context of the building energy performance assessment, an important contribution is made to the interaction between energy chains, reference temperature and exergy efficiency.
It makes use of a reference temperature of 15 degrees Centigrade in pricing to remove inequities brought about by temperature changes, which affect the quantity and quality of oil products.
A few wireless infrared thermometers are stationary in the field over a well-watered crop to provide a reference temperature curve.
Reference temperature was determined and maintained at 32 [+ or -] 0.