temperature rise

temperature rise

In cement, the increase in temperature resulting from the absorption of heat or from the internally generated heat, as by the hydration of cement in concrete.
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She can't travel till the temperature rises. And I'm not going to give her up."
If the global temperature rises by 2 degrees by 2050, that means Taipei could see its average temperature rise by 3 to 4 degrees.
Scientists have known for decades that the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica are shrinking, but it had been assumed that they would survive a 1.5-2C temperature rise relatively intact.
Sea level rises would be 10cm lower with a 1.5C temperature rise compared to 2C by 2100, while there would be worse impacts on coral reefs and the Arctic at higher temperatures.
The recommendations could offer scientific guidance to policymakers on how to reduce emissions from sectors like electricity, transport, buildings and agriculture to not exceed global temperature rise of more than 1.5 degrees from pre-industrial levels.
The effects of the variation in inlet pressure on the flame development process, temperature rise time of the combustion chamber exit, temperature rise, and temperature rise rate as well as the interactions among them were also analyzed.
According to NIH, the objective of this advisory was to sensitize health care authorities to take in-time appropriate actions for preparedness and prevention of heatstroke in the wake of the recent temperature rise in different parts of the country.
As power switching and torque transfer devices, wet clutches often work under extremely atrocious conditions, such as high initial sliding velocity, rapid temperature rise, and high surface pressure.
The element, taking the effect of uniform temperature rise into account, is formulated by using the solution and static equilibrium equations of a Timoshenko beam segment to interpolate the kinematic variables.
This oil film is solidified and sheared at a GPa-level contact pressure, and its shearing properties are affected by the heat-generated temperature rise itself.
Now, one degree of temperature rise may not seem like a lot to you.

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