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surging

[′sərj·iŋ]
(engineering)
Motion of a ship that alternately moves forward and aft, usually when moored.
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Additionally a safety line can be added at surging conditions that if it is crossed it will further increase the surge margin in order to avoid surges in the future.
A properly designed anti-surge control system will reliably keep the compressor form surging, while allowing smooth process control.
Indian markets started surging this week after rating agency Moody's reaffirmed India's rating outlook as stable while hopes that the government will be able to push economic reforms also added to the sentiment.
In the last issue I wrote about surging that results from feed restrictions.