Settled pressure definition

Settled pressure means the pressure of the contents of a pressure receptacle in thermal and diffusive equilibrium;
Settled pressure means the gas pressure when a given settled temperature is reached.
Settled pressure means the pressure of the contents of a pressure receptacle in thermal and diffusive equilibrium; "Sheeted bulk container", see "Bulk container"; "Sheeted container", see "Container";

Examples of Settled pressure in a sentence

  • It is proposed that the definition for settled pressure be amended as follows: Settled pressure means the pressure of the contents of a pressure receptacle at 15 oC in thermal and diffusive equilibrium.

  • The design pressure shall be not less than the test pressures: Test pressure means the maximum gauge pressure of the elements during the pressure test; Settled pressure means the pressure of the content of the elements.

  • Settled pressure at a uniform temperature of 15 °C that the design of a Hydrogen Component is based on.

  • Settled pressure of a compressed gas at a uniform reference temperature of 15 °C in a full gas cylinder.

  • Pw) — Settled pressure (filling pressure) of a compressed gas (for permanent gas) at a uniform reference temperature of 15° C in a full gas cylinder for which the RPV (see 3.1) is intended.

More Definitions of Settled pressure

Settled pressure means the pressure in a container at 70°F, which cannot exceed the marked service or design pressure of the cylinder.

Related to Settled pressure

  • Reid vapor pressure means the vapor pressure of crude oil or other volatile petroleum products at 100 degrees Fahrenheit as determined by the latest edition of ASTM D6377 (RVPE): Standard Test Method for Determination of Vapor Pressure of Crude Oil.

  • Pressure means the total load or force per unit area acting on a surface.

  • Delivery Point means the point(s) of connection(s) at which energy is delivered into the Grid System i.e. the Interconnection Point.

  • Receipt Point means the receipt/inception point(s) where Crude Oil is received into the Gathering System, as such points are specified in Section II of this tariff.

  • True vapor pressure means the equilibrium partial pressure exerted by a petroleum liquid as determined in accordance with methods described in American Petroleum Institute (API) Bulletin 2517, Evaporation Loss from External Floating Roof Tanks, 1980. The API procedure may not be applicable to some high viscosity or high pour crudes. Available estimates of true vapor pressure may be used in special cases such as these.

  • Measurement Point means the emission source for which continuous emission measurement systems (CEMS) are used for emission measurement, or the cross-section of a pipeline system for which the CO2 flow is determined using continuous measurement systems;

  • Feedstock means any controlled substance or new substance that undergoes chemical transformation in a process in which it is entirely converted from its original composition and whose emissions are insignificant,

  • Crude Oil means any liquid hydrocarbon mixture occurring naturally in the earth whether or not treated to render it suitable for transportation and includes:

  • CO2 means carbon dioxide.

  • Psig means pounds per square inch gauge.

  • Working pressure means the settled pressure of a compressed gas at a reference temperature of 15 °C in a full pressure receptacle;

  • Operating pressure means the pressure at which the parts of an irrigation system are designed by the manufacturer to operate.

  • INTER-CONNECTION POINT/ DELIVERY/ METERING POINT means a single point at 220kV or above, where the power from the Project(s) is injected into the identified ISTS Substation (including the dedicated transmission line connecting the Projects with the substation system) as specified in the RfS document. Metering shall be done at this interconnection point where the power is injected into. For interconnection with grid and metering, the WPDs shall abide by the relevant CERC/ SERC Regulations, Grid Code and Central Electricity Authority (Installation and Operation of Meters) Regulations, 2006 as amended and revised from time to time.

  • Crude Petroleum means the direct product of oil wells or a mixture of the indirect products transportable like the direct products and containing not more than two percent (2%) of sediment, water, and other impurities.

  • Natural Gas Liquids means those hydrocarbon components that can be recovered from natural gas as a liquid including, but not limited to, ethane, propane, butanes, pentanes plus, and condensates;

  • Load means energy consumed by Customers together with allocated losses and unaccounted for energy;