Posts Tagged ‘stress’

PHYS 146 Fluid Statics, element 3: Stress Gauges

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Video lecture for PHYS 146 at the University of Alberta. This lecture describes how we can use the static stress of a liquid to convert pressure measuremen…
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Ashcroft 50K psi stress gage depressurization tests at Optimation

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Higher stress robustness tests on Ashcroft stress gages were completed to simulate fast depressurization of the gages. 5 total tests had been run at Optimation tes…
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How to Verify Tire Stress – Checking Tire Pressure

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

This is a video on how to verify your car’s tire stress utilizing 3 diverse sorts of pressure gauges. We use a stick kind stress gauge, a dial stress …
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MAP or Manifold Air Stress Sensor

Monday, March 10th, 2014

MAP or Manifold Air Pressure Sensor Amazon Printed Books Amazon Kindle Edition…
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Air Stress Switch – Pneumatic Stress/Vacuum Sensor with Dual Switching Outputs

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

The PQ Series stress switch is ideal for common industrial pneumatic stress and vacuum applications, which includes vacuum levels in pick-and-place apps. Wit…
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Stress: how to correctly differentiate amongst atmospheric, total, gauge, manometric, partial…

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Overview: This video describes several types of Pressure encountered in Chemical Engineering: ATMOSPHERIC, TOTAL, GAUGE, PARTIAL and VAPOUR Pressure. The rel…

High BLOOD Stress

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels. It is really the pressure exerted by arteries in the circulatory method. Blood stress can further be classified as systolic and diastolic stress. The measurement of blood pressure is the arterial stress at a person’s inner side of upper arm. The initial measurements of blood stress in human physique were blood vessels have been taken by inserting a tube into an artery, a somewhat harmful and painful method. The blood pressure monitor historically utilised the height of a column of mercury to reflect pressure which is known as sphygmomanometer. The blood pressure is measured by inflating the cuff around the upper arm. One particular end of the stethoscope is placed over an artery inside the cuff and detected by putting the other end more than the ears .

Bourdon Vacuum Pump Stress Gauge Animation

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

How does a Bourdon Gauge function? View our animation to gain a far better understanding of the Bourdon Gauge. Some details about this gauge: Utilised as common industria…
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Bernoullis Equation for Stress Flow on a TI-83 Calculator

Saturday, February 15th, 2014

This brief video shows use of both the Bernoulli’s equation calculator supported by a Moody Diagram and a graphing program which graphs each the ground (or p…

A Step by Step Guide to Select a Differential Stress Gauge

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Differential pressure is defined as the difference in pressure levels in between two points of a program. For instance, it could be the difference in pressure in between the bottom of a tank and at the head of a tank. A differential pressure gauge is utilised to exactly establish these really variations in the pressure levels. It can also be used for determining the differences in cabin pressure at different points. This meter is extremely crucial in deciding what should be the precise pressure release point—it ensures the security of numerous devices and processes.