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German translation: bar Überdruck

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12:17 Jul 22, 2005
Dutch to German translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / Arbeitsanweisung
Dutch term or phrase: barga
Om de installatie op lekdichtheid te controleren en te inertiseren zal er een zgn. lektest met stikstof worden uitgevoerd op al het gasvoerende leidingwerk met een ontwerpdruk hoger dan ca. 15 ***barga***. De maximale afpersdruk is gelijk aan de ontwerpdruk van het leidingwerk met een maximum van ca. 65 ***barga*** (de Gasunie afleverdruk).

Ist hier einfach "bar" gemeint?
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ElkeKoe
Local time: 14:56
German translation:bar Überdruck
Explanation:
bar ga oder häufiger bar(g) steht für bar gauge und gibt den Druck über dem atmosphärischen Druck an:

In everyday use pressure is often measured with reference to atmospheric pressure: this is gauge pressure and denoted by barg, spoken "bar gauge" and sometimes using symbols such as 'barg' or 'bar(g)'. For example if someone says that their car tyres are pressured up to 2.3 bar they actually mean bars gauge: the pressure in the tyre is really 3.3 bar, but only 2.3 bar above atmospheric. When absolute pressure is desired, then it is sometimes denoted 'bara' or 'bar(a)' for "bar absolute".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bar_(unit)
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MonikaB
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bar Überdruck


Explanation:
bar ga oder häufiger bar(g) steht für bar gauge und gibt den Druck über dem atmosphärischen Druck an:

In everyday use pressure is often measured with reference to atmospheric pressure: this is gauge pressure and denoted by barg, spoken "bar gauge" and sometimes using symbols such as 'barg' or 'bar(g)'. For example if someone says that their car tyres are pressured up to 2.3 bar they actually mean bars gauge: the pressure in the tyre is really 3.3 bar, but only 2.3 bar above atmospheric. When absolute pressure is desired, then it is sometimes denoted 'bara' or 'bar(a)' for "bar absolute".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bar_(unit)

MonikaB
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Local time: 14:56
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Vielen Dank, Monika und Marian!

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