temperature reduction

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n temperature reduction the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
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Usage

In literature:

The reduction to sea-level, on the other hand, has not been made; it amounts to 1.1 millimetre at an air temperature of -10 deg.
"The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2" by Roald Amundsen
Distinguish clearly between the following terms: oxidation, reduction, combustion, and kindling temperature.
"An Elementary Study of Chemistry" by William McPherson
Cohesive strength in solids is increased by reduction of temperature, and metallic rods become stronger the colder they are.
"The Machinery of the Universe" by Amos Emerson Dolbear
C., because of the reduction in the rotatory power of fructose due to the higher temperature.
"The Chemistry of Plant Life" by Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher
Reduction of the temperature {72} below this point causes a rapid falling off in the velocity of change.
"The Phase Rule and Its Applications" by Alexander Findlay
A sensible reduction of temperature is instantly noticeable.
"The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century." by Edward W. Byrn
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In news:

More customers are exploring size reduction at super-low temperatures in an attempt to achieve better results.
According to a new study, warmer temperatures cause greater reduction in the sizes of adult aquatic animals than in land-dwelling species.
He's also using the jet engine to test a cowl that helps with noise reduction and temperature reduction of the engine 's heat signature for the defense department.
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In science:

The effect of temperature is striking: at room T, there is a complete reduction of the random fluctuations seen at T = 0K.
Anderson localization in carbon nanotubes: defect density and temperature effects
They showed that applying a 6.8-T field along the c-axis caused a 30% reduction in the low-temperature intensity of the resonance peak (at 34 meV).
Neutron Scattering Studies of Antiferromagnetic Correlations in Cuprates
As a substantial benefit, a drastic temperature reduction occurs when the degenerate gas is converted from mBEC into the BCS regime.
Ultracold Fermi gases in the BEC-BCS crossover: a review from the Innsbruck perspective
The weakened motion is converted to a reduction of effective temperature of the target mass through an equivalent relation between the autocorrelation of the target’s displacement and temperature, derived from the fluctuation-dissipation relation Eq.(3).
Noise Suppression for Micromechanical Resonator via Intrinsic Dynamic Feedback
However, for a further reduction of thermal noise, cooling the test masses to cryogenic temperatures may prove an interesting technique.
On the mechanical quality factors of cryogenic test masses from fused silica and crystalline quartz
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