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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PTC stones tend to possess fast heating response time and plateau once the predefined reference temperature is reached.
The circular calls for the need to ensure the periodic maintenance of heating and air conditioning equipment before its use and to use renewable energies as much as possible, ensuring that energy-efficient and energy-efficient means are used as an indicator for determining purchases and compliance with the reference temperature levels (20 degrees for heating and 26 degrees for cooling)
Research that Sierra Bullets performed came up with a very rough approximation that you lose 1 fps of velocity for every degree the thermometer drops from the reference temperature. For example, a load achieving 2,900 fps at 70 degrees F should post about 2,880 fps at 50 degrees.
The structure of the control system in this paper is shown in Figure 2.In Figure 2, r(t) is the reference temperature, y(t) is the actual output of main steam temperature, e(t) is the error between the reference temperature and the actual temperature, e is the error and ec is the error change rate, u(t) is the control variable generated by PID controller.
where [T.sub.m] is the melting temperature of the material, T is deformation temperature, and [T.sub.ref] is the reference temperature (T [greater than or equal to] [T.sub.ref]).
where [T.sub.ref] is the reference temperature in [degrees]C, typically defined in a value in the 21-25[degrees]C range, [[rho].sub.ref] and [[sigma].sub.ref] are the resistivity and conductivity at [T.sub.ref], [T.sub.c] is the conditioning temperature in [degrees]C, and a is a linear correction coefficient (%/[degrees]C).
The primary side parameters were nuclear power, rod position, pressurizer pressure, hot leg temperatures, cold leg temperatures, average reactor coolant system (RCS) temperatures, reference temperature, delta temperatures, overpower, and overtemperature delta temperature.
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.
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.