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System of forces acting on a single particle.

System operation of variable-speed centrifugal compressor.

System protected by safety valve on column.

System resistances.

System using directional ground fault relays

System with heterogeneous azeotrope-two liquid phases in the equilibrium with one vapor phase. Used by permission. Smith, B.D., Design of Equilibrium Stage Processes, McGraw-Hiii, New York , all rights reserved.

System with infinite number of degrees of freedom.

System with multiple inputs.

System with single degree of freedom.

System witli parallel and series components.

T of polybutadiene vs 1,2 content. Courtesy of the Goodyear Tire Cr Kuhher Co.

T vo additional types of adsorption isotherms expected for nonwetting adsorbate-adsorbent systems.

T vs 8 for poly, divide by 2.05.

t-3e Melt migrates to the. side and fails the core barrel

T-cell receptor stucture shown as a ribbon diagram. The anbgen-binding site is formed by CDR loops from the Va and Vp domain, as for antibodies.

T-S diagram of the actual open simple cycle.

Table of calculated heat transfer rates.

Table of error-free kinetic data from CSTR simulation.

Table showing computer on-line calculation.

Tableau of the experimental 2 analysis for the interaction between the variables A and B by the 2 test

Tabular structure of a linguistic fuzzy rulebase.

Tabular structure of a numerical fuzzy rulebase.

Tack of polychloroprene-aromatic hydrocarbon resin blends as a function of the molecular weight of the hydrocarbon resin. Tack was obtained as the immediate T-peel strength of joints produced with 0.6 mm thick styrene-butadiene rubber strips placed in contact without application of pressure. Peeling rate 10 cm min.

Tack of polychloroprene-hydrocarbon resin blends as a function of the nature of the hydrocarbon resin. Tack was obtained as the immediate T-peel strength of joints produced with 0.6 mm thick styrene-butadiene rubber strips placed in contact without application of pressure. Peeling rate 10 cm min.

Tack tests and results, Rolling ball.

Tafel plot, where and are both chosen to be 0.5 the temperature is 298.15 K. A iadicates the linear region .

Tail gas expander for 7.4 bar, 700 C maximum inlet and power output at 10,000 kW.

Tail-gas expander for a 945-t day two-pressure nitric acid plant P 11,200 kW, n 5,850 rpm. Source

Takeda-Ube process.

Taming and damping of a steep-fronted TRV with the use of a surge capacitor in association with a surge arrester

Tandem double seal.

Tangent and normal to a curve.

Tangent and secant modulus

Tangent curve for determining maximum, minimum, and zero points of cos W curve for example calculation.

Tangent modulus , multiply by

Tangent modulus t-axis ciystaUine orientation factor for nylon-6. To

Tangential flow pattern generated by a paddle mixer.

Tank and valve system.

Tank bottom designs

Tank iasulation costs

Tank jet nozzle installation.

Tank pressure, gas flow and adsorbent bed temperature of the ANG storage system on the Vauxhall Cavalier at 100 km h.

Tank soil potential around a flat-bottomed tank with 7 1 mA m.

Tank through-flow classifier.

Tank with internal floating roof.

Tanker loading terminal

Tanker storage and export

Tap-off connections from a large section of busbar showing the overlap as equal to tbe width of the smaller section lap-off links

Taper-roller bearing

Tar sand and heavy oil deposits in Alberta, Canada.



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