exhaust air

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  • Then with an exhausted air she sat back in her chair and waited. Cited from Patty in Paris, by Carolyn Wells
  • Then the preheating system is turned off and mine exhaust air is introduced.
  • She drew the breath of one suffering from exhausted air. Cited from The Mountebank, by William J. Locke
  • All air not mixed is rejected to the atmosphere as exhaust air.
  • Almost all desktop power supplies have at least one fan to exhaust air from the case.
  • This time he would not bid me enter The exhausted air-bell of the Critic. Cited from Christmas Eve, by Robert Browning
  • Fans on the top or rear doors of the cabinet ensure a negative pressure for exhaust air coming out of equipment.
  • Exhaust air outlets are on the side opposite the fuel feed port.
  • Dan stumbled in with an exhausted air, and dropped into a chair. Cited from Joyce's Investments, by Fannie E. Newberry
  • In this manner heat from the exhaust air stream is transferred through the separating plates, and into the supply air stream.
  • When he reappeared it was often with a battered and exhausted air, as of one from whom virtue had gone out. Cited from The Testing of Diana Mallory, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Atmospheric vented systems us room air as combustion air and exhaust air.
  • Overheating of data center equipment can result in reduced server performance or equipment damage due to hot exhaust air finding its way into an air inlet.
  • Oxygen from air is used up completely and the exhaust air is circulated as inert gas.
  • Heat pumps can extract heat from various sources, such as environmental air, exhaust air from a building, or from the ground.
  • The entrance area, toilets and pantry are connected to the exhaust air system.
  • But more commonly, grilles are used as return or exhaust air inlets.
  • Particular attention must be paid to the discharge location, so as not to risk public safety, or to pull the exhaust air back into the building supply air system.
  • Air terminals are the supply air outlets and return or exhaust air inlets.
  • Negative pressure is generated and maintained by a ventilation system that removes more exhaust air from the room than air is allowed into the room.
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