salto térmico

English translation: thermal difference

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Spanish term or phrase:salto térmico
English translation:thermal difference
Entered by: Nikki Graham

00:12 Aug 23, 2001
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Spanish term or phrase: salto térmico
salto térmico del agua de mar en vaporizadores
is the title of this paragraph:
Durante las pruebas de capacidad de cada uno de los módulos dotados de vaporizadores por agua de mar (open rack vaporizers) se medirá la differencia de temperaturas entre el agua de mar a la entrada y salida de los equipos.

Anybody any idea what "salto" means here? Thank you
Nikki Graham
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:46
thermal step
Explanation:
I think this might be your term. "Step" is a possible translation for "salto," according to EuroDicAutom, and "thermal step" does come up in a few references on the Internet with similar context.

The mechanical hysteresis loading curves were measured at
0/1 deg. C and 24/22 deg. C (pre-/post-cruise) and at maximum loadings of 1530 and 8830 PSI. The transducer thermal
response-time was derived from the pressure response to a thermal step-change from 23 to 0 C. (http://sam.ucsd.edu/pacwoce/p01/p01_doc.txt)

Additionally, dynamic thermal-step response tests were conducted
from 26.7 C to 3.4 C, and from 3.6 C to 25.7 C. CTD PRT
temperatures were calibrated to an NBIS ATB-1250 resistance bridge
and Rosemount standard PRT. (http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/ftp/oceans/i8ni5ewoce/i8ni05eread....

Hope it helps.
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tazdog (X)
Spain
Local time: 10:46
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This is what I used, although I'm still unsure about tbe term. Thanks for all the replies.
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Summary of answers provided
nathermal shift
Christine Laurin
nathermal step
tazdog (X)
nathermal leap
Worklog


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9 mins
thermal leap


Explanation:
thermal leap of sea water in vaporizers.
Espero que esto te ayude.

Worklog
Spain
Local time: 10:46
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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1 hr
thermal step


Explanation:
I think this might be your term. "Step" is a possible translation for "salto," according to EuroDicAutom, and "thermal step" does come up in a few references on the Internet with similar context.

The mechanical hysteresis loading curves were measured at
0/1 deg. C and 24/22 deg. C (pre-/post-cruise) and at maximum loadings of 1530 and 8830 PSI. The transducer thermal
response-time was derived from the pressure response to a thermal step-change from 23 to 0 C. (http://sam.ucsd.edu/pacwoce/p01/p01_doc.txt)

Additionally, dynamic thermal-step response tests were conducted
from 26.7 C to 3.4 C, and from 3.6 C to 25.7 C. CTD PRT
temperatures were calibrated to an NBIS ATB-1250 resistance bridge
and Rosemount standard PRT. (http://cdiac.esd.ornl.gov/ftp/oceans/i8ni5ewoce/i8ni05eread....

Hope it helps.


    as noted
tazdog (X)
Spain
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This is what I used, although I'm still unsure about tbe term. Thanks for all the replies.
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3 hrs
thermal shift


Explanation:
In physics and geology, a change in temperature is usually referred to as a "shift" or "thermal shift". Hope it helps!

Christine Laurin
Canada
Local time: 01:46
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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