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• Pressure sensitive adhesive — (PSA, self adhesive, self stick adhesive) is adhesive that forms a bond when pressure is applied to marry the adhesive with the adherend. No solvent, water, or heat is needed to activate the adhesive.It is used in pressure sensitive tapes, labels …   Wikipedia

• Pressure-Correction Methods — refer to a class of methods used in computational fluid dynamics for solving the Navier Stokes equations normally for incompressible flows. Common Properties The equations solved in this approach arise from the implicit time integration of the… …   Wikipedia

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• Pressure carburetor — A pressure carburetor is a type of fuel metering system for piston aircraft engines manufactured by the Bendix Corporation starting in the 1940s. It is recognized as an early type of mechanical fuel injection and was developed to prevent fuel… …   Wikipedia

• pressure — 1 noun 1 force (U) the act of force or weight being put on to something: The pressure of the water turns the wheel. | factors such as temperature and pressure 2 strength (C, U) the strength of the force or weight put on something: high/low… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

• Pressure melting point — This term is used in the glaciological literature to refer to the melting point of ice under pressure. As the pressure increases in the downward direction, the melting temperature of ice decreases. This pressure melting point can reach values… …   Wikipedia

• temperature inversion — Meteorol. inversion (def. 12). [1940 45] * * * In meteorology, an increase of air temperature with altitude. Such an increase is a reversal of the normal temperature condition of the troposphere, where temperature usually decreases with altitude …   Universalium

• Temperature — The temperature is the specific degree of hotness or coldness of the body. It is usually measured with a thermometer. * * * The sensible intensity of heat of any substance; the manifestation of the average kinetic energy of the molecules making… …   Medical dictionary

• Pressure Flow Hypothesis — The Pressure Flow Hypothesis, also known as the Mass Flow Hypothesis, is the best supported theory to explain the movement of food through the phloem.[1] It was proposed by Ernst Münch, a German plant physiologist in 1930.[2] A high concentration …   Wikipedia

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