thermal exposure


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thermal exposure

[′thər·məl ik′spō·zhər]
(ordnance)
The total normal component of thermal radiation striking a given surface throughout the course of a detonation.
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The temperature recorded by simulated mobile receptors is an indicator for the thermal exposure of the urban inhabitants.
The means of RT, RR, and PR after thermal exposure at 25[degrees]C, 30[degrees]C, 35[degrees]C, and 40[degrees]C presented in Table 3 indicated that animals were in stress at 35[degrees]C exposure however intensity of stress was quit higher at 40[degrees]C temperature exposure.
Effect of Thermal Exposure Time on the Relaxation of Residual Stress in High Pressure Die Cast AM60," SAE Int.
The only way how to examine changes in the inner structure of concrete after the thermal exposure is to cut a sample and provide consequent macroscopic and microscopic analyses.
This means that under similar thermal exposure conditions the painted phenolic is less likely to support accelerating flame spread than the FRP.
Several conditions were compared, namely, the as-soldered, post-solder assembly thermal exposure, reworked, coated and temperature-cycled conditions.
Topics include: using directional flame thermometers for measuring thermal exposure, comparisons of temperature and heat flux in furnaces controlled by different types of temperature sensors, predicting fire behavior of composite CFT columns using fundamental section behavior, and heat release testing of consumer products.
The objective of the investigation was to study the volume stability (expansion and shrinkage) of Bitublocks due to moisture adsorption, thermal exposure and vacuum saturation.
UV-cured powder coating minimizes the substrate's thermal exposure to provide a high quality finish on a variety of substrates that will be discussed later in this article.
RMS said such an event could create hurricane-force winds and fire ignitions due to thermal exposure.
Long processing time is necessary to ensure killing of harmful pathogenic spores of Clostridium botulinum and other species that cause spoilage in canned foods, but prolonged thermal exposure also degrades many consumer-desired quality attributes, such as texture, color, and flavor.
As expected, a manual operation using wicking braid and a soldering iron provided reduced thermal exposure to the device when compared to a flowing solder bath.