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Why is it observed that heating the tube from above does not affect the state of ice cube in a metal gauge?
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What gauge wire is used for electric furnace heating elements?
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When my car is idling or in heavy traffic the check gauge light comes on what does check gauge mean on a 2006 Saturn Ion?
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What causes 1998 civic gauge to read over heating?
1998 transport over heating. when the temp gauge is normal heater is blowing hot when temp gauge gets hot heater blows cool replaced thermostate Why would it be over heating?
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We replace the temperature gauge in my Chevy blazer what should it read for it to not be over heating?
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What are the drawbacks of pirani gauge?
The Pirani gauge is base on a heating element that is cooled due to the thermal conduction of the measured gas. The heating elements resistance drops as the thermal conduction is increase i.e. more gas results in a drop in resistance. On the other hand less gas results in less conduction increased temperature of the heating element and increased measured resistance. This is a very robust gauge and is suitable for relatively high pressures, down to 10^-4 Torr. Below that you need a different gauge as the low number of gas molecules does not allow any measureable change.
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Why do the rain gauge stand at about 30cm above the ground?
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What is vacuum gauge pressure?
Gauge pressure usually refers to the pressure difference between ambient, atmospheric pressure and the pressure in a vessel or line. A gauge pressure of zero would mean that the vessel or line was at atmospheric pressure. Normally the pressures of interest are ABOVE atmospheric so the gauge pressure is positive. Vacuum gauge pressure measures how far BELOW atmospheric pressure a vessel or line is. As such vacuum gauge pressure may be measured as a negative number - or for convenience it may be reported as a positive number with the caveat that it is "vacuum gauge pressure", meaning that the reported pressure is how far atmospheric pressure is above the pressure in the vessel or line.
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs
Why is my temperature light on permanentlywhen car is not over heating.?