Filling pressure in lpg cylinder is 14 kg/cm2 to 16kg/cm2 . maximum filling pressure is 16.95kg/cm2
Yes, it happens. Perhaps, you are confused by Boyle 's law that pressure and volume are inversely related to each other. But Boyle's law is true only when temperature and QUANTITY OF GAS are kept constant.As in this case, the air is filled in to the tube so Quantity of gas is increased so Boyle' law is not applicable.
The diastolic blood pressure is when the heart is relaxed and filling.
The "BTU" is a unit of energy. The "MMBTU" is a million of them ... still a quantity of energy. The "cubic meter" is a unit of volume. If the substance filling the volume is named ... and its pressure also specified in the case of a gas ... then it's possible to begin calculating the quantity of energy available when the substance is burned.
Turgor pressure is caused by water filling the plasma membrane and cell wall of plants, bacteria and some fungi. It pushes the plasma membrane against the cell wall to create the pressure.
By filling it with explosives and a detonator.
There is no set answer on whether or not you dislike pressure on a job. If filling out an application, be honest and say how you feel about pressure and you manage to deal with it.
It increases the input pressure to the left ventricle during filling.
The chambers in the heart are filling. Causing less volume of empty space. Making more pressure. Think of it like filling a balloon with air. The more air, the louder the pop because the air has to rush out.
No The systolic pressure is the highest pressure during the ejection of blood (pumping) from heart. The diastolic pressure is the blood pressure when the ventricles are filling up with blood before pumping the blood out.
Tugor pressure. Tugor pressure is caused by the cell's vacuole filling up with water and pressing against the outside of the cell. Isnt turgor pressure occurring in a turgid cell? =/
it is most likely the tooth had a small crack in it anyway. the tooth was alittle"high"from the new filling and the extra pressure from biting on it, cracked the tooth. usually after a new filling, you should go back to have the filling polished which strengthens the filling and adjusts the bite.
The higher number is your systolic pressure, which is the pressure when your heart is contracting and pumping blood out. The second, lower number is your diastolic pressure, which is the blood pressure when your heart is relaxing and filling up with blood, not pushing any blood out.
The filling may be failing, there may be additional decay, or you may require a root canal procedure to save the tooth. See your dentist right away.
You should not ever hear your tank filling unless you are using hot water somewhere. Your tank is under pressure always so it would never be filling if you were not using hot water.
Systolic and Diastolic pressure measurements are taken. Systolic is the higher pressure measurement, when the heart ventricles are contracted, and Diastolic is the lower pressure when the ventricles are filling. So if somebody's blood pressure is 120/80, then 120 is the systolic pressure and 80 is the diastolic pressure
Boyle's law states that 'at a constant temperature, pressure will change proportionatly with volume'. Therefore, if you are filling a balloon with gas, you will need to assert the same amount of pressure to create the same volume AS LONG AS you don't change the temp of the room...
yes. Diastolic pressure is measured while the heart is relaxing and filling. Systolic is measured while the heart is contracting and is always higher.
Krypton's main uses are for low pressure filling gas for fluoresent lights.
The elastic property of the balloon. The balloon stretches when inflated, and squeezes the gas filling the balloon.
Diastolic is the period at which your heart is relaxing and your ventricles are dilating (filling with blood).