It consists of a pressure chamber sealed with several layers of duct tape," he said.
What does PC stand for?
PC stands for Pressure Chamber
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- Prediction Center (various locations)
- Preferred Carrier
- Premix Carpet (transportation engineering)
- Prerequisite Course
- Presbyterian Church
- Presbyterian College
- President's Choice (Canadian food brand)
- Presidential Classroom
- Presidents Choice
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Unlike the more traditional 'flash' pasteurisation technology which overcooks ingredients and impairs the delicate flavours, HPP allows products to be treated in their final packaging in a high pressure chamber which is flooded with cold water and pressurised for a short period.
The suspected blasts would have taken place inside a pressure chamber.
Designed by the architects who created the Millennium Dome, the store features an Oakley Pressure Chamber and REVO Elements Room with a custom-made wind tunnel and variable light settings to allow customers to test potential frames in a variety of hazardous conditions before they buy.
patent: 7,755,746 Issued: July 13, 2010 Inventors: Bernward Maehner and Stefan Dengler Key statement: A non-destructive tire testing device has at least one measuring head, a positioning means for moving the measuring head between a park position (I) and a measuring position (II), a pressure chamber in which the test object can be subjected to a prescribed pressure, and a sub-frame on which the test object can be mounted during the test.
But Mansory used the autoclave-prepreg method to compress the carbon in a special pressure chamber that no air inclusions remain in the material.
The pressure chamber with rubber membrane (12) acts upon the piston (13) when it is supplied with pressure (the pressure being controlled roughly by means of the manometer).
Selina Barbour, 27, fell seriously ill and had to spend almost a week being treated in a pressure chamber.