thermal structure

thermal structure

[′thər·məl ′strək·chər]
(petrology)
A distinct structural pattern, such as a dome or anticline, defined by the arrangement of metamorphic zones of increasing grade.
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Hence, we hypothesize that reduced SST cooling in this region sustains air-sea fluxes and provides favorable atmospheric boundary layer conditions for TC intensification compared to similar thermal structure that does not have this feature.
These events provide key information about the atmosphere of exoplanets, and can be used to measure a planets temperature, atmospheric composition, thermal structure, and detect clouds or hazes.
To evaluate the fluid system and thermal structure development through time, we must understand how the fundamental evolution of salt structures is going to affect the fluid system and temperature distribution in the minibasins.
As it passed over the cloud tops of Jupiter, Juno also measured the planet's deep atmosphere's thermal structure. The formation of giant weather systems and unexpected structures was put down by the paper's authors as being caused by the welling up of ammonia from the deep atmosphere.
Therefore, this part of the atmosphere involves a long list of challenging scientific problems of basic research, including its thermal structure, energetics, composition, dynamics, chemistry, and their roles in regulating the climate of Earth.
This paper adopts analysis design method, considering the effects of heat stress on the basis of finite element analysis, the autoclave thermal structure coupling finite element analysis, put forward 4 kinds of strength evaluation criteria, and the strength of the weak point of the corresponding improvement measures were put forward in the structure (Wang, 2010).
Other examples of the home's energy and environmental features include: * An insulated and air-sealed thermal structure to reduce overall energy needs * Controlled ventilation, pollutant control and filtration for healthy indoor air quality * Energy-efficient cooling design and systems * Long-lasting, energy-efficient lighting fixtures, controls and sensors * Low-flow and water-saving plumbing fixtures and appliances * Solar hot water * Rain and gray-water reclamation system for landscape irrigation * A building management system that enhances performance and efficiency "To achieve these high-performance standards in one of the harshest climates in the world is a significant accomplishment," said Abdullah Al-Refaie, program director, Home of Innovation, SABIC.
"Our observations are the first of their kind in terms of providing a two-dimensional map of the planet's thermal structure that can be used to constrain atmospheric circulation and dynamical models for hot exoplanets," said team member Kevin Stevenson of the University of Chicago.
The decisive elements here are wind speed, thermal structure (including the thermal inversion) of the atmospheric boundary layer (i.e.
The project will also provide crucial insights into Deccan volcanism and mass extinction; thermal structure and state of stress in the lithosphere; geothermal potential of the West Coast Belt as well as the geothermal record of climate change in the region.
"On Thermal Structure Optimization of a Power LED Lighting," Procedia Engineering, 29: 2765-2769.