Definitions for "Temperature"
Constitution; state; degree of any quality.
Condition with respect to heat or cold, especially as indicated by the sensation produced, or by the thermometer or pyrometer; degree of heat or cold; as, the temperature of the air; high temperature; low temperature; temperature of freezing or of boiling.
The degree of heat of the body of a living being, esp. of the human body; also (Colloq.), loosely, the excess of this over the normal (of the human body 98°-99.5° F., in the mouth of an adult about 98.4°).
Temperature is important to a water system, as cool water can hold more oxygen than warm water. Changes in temperature over a stretch of stream may show a source of pollution to the water such as a drain from a parking lot or factory.
Water temperature is important for fish spawning and aquatic life. Between May and September, when trout are spawning, water should be less than 12°C. Between October and April, water should be less than 20°C for general trout health and less than 25°C for most native fish. Water temperature is affected by climate and by discharges of cooling water from industry. Temperatures are naturally higher in the northern Waikato than in streams near Taupo.
Water temperature has an important effect on the chemical, physical, and biological processes occurring in aquatic environments. Sudden fluctuations or high temperatures can stress or kill fish.
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"Temperature" is a reggae–dancehall song written by Sean Paul for his third album The Trinity (2005).
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Has direct bearing on the life of a given motor and when considering life expectancy, the following application considerations that affect the motor's operating temperature, should be taken into account 1. Bearing 2. Lubricants 3. Duty Cycle 4. Radial Loading 5. Axial Loading 6. Mounting 7. Enclosure 8. Ambient Temperature 9. Ventilation As a general rule of thumb each 10ƒC increase in total temperature over the maximum permissible to the motor insulation system halves its life. Bearing or gear lubricant life is halved for every 25ƒF (approx. 14ƒC) increase in temperature. Heat eventually causes deterioration of most lubricants and seals leading to leakage and increased friction.
Higher ambient operating temperatures reduce engine horsepower and generator output by 1% for every 10ºF (5.65°C) rise, above 77°F (25°C). This meets SAE J1349 test codes.
Keywords:  rature, farben, couleurs, warmth, cool
Température (en couleurs) Temperatur (in Farben) Temperatura (en colores) The difference between cool and warm colors.
The relative warmth and coolness of hues or pigments.
the optimal temperature for development of P. falciparum is 30oC [86oF], while the optimal temperature for development of P. vivax is 25oC [77oF]. The time required for development of the sexual phases of the malaria parasite in the mosquito is 10-11 days at these temperatures.
Temperature, or doneness, is a description of how thoroughly cooked a cut of meat is based on the color, juiciness and internal temperature when served. The gradations of cooking are most often used in reference to beef (especially steak) but are also applicable to lamb, pork, poultry and veal.
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important abiotic factor affecting distribution and abundance of organisms; influences metabolic rate and affects rates of growth and reproduction.
A very important consideration in the production of ceramics. The temperature at which the claybody and glaze of a piece need to be fired is determined by a variety of factors and in turn determines attributes of the finished piece such as durability, porosity, density, and color. In general, low-fired pieces tend to be less durable but have more colorful glazes, while high-fired pieces are more durable, less colorful, and work better as functional pieces. See also firing, kiln, cone.
The temperature of a star as estimated from the intensity of the stellar radiation at two or more colors or wavelengths.
The temperature of a blackbody that would radiate the same total amount of energy that a particular object, such as a star, does.
The temperature of a star as estimated from the relative strengths of lines in its spectrum that originate from atoms in different stages of excitation.
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Freedom from passion; moderation.
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The average normal temperature of a domestic cat is 101.5ºF (38.6ºC).
normal temperature for a cat is 100°-103°F; a dog's normal temperature is 99.5°-102.5°F.
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a number with a certain range, and known to a certain precision, given in a certain system of units
A physical quantity characterising the mean random motion of molecules in a physical body.
Keywords:  mixture, compound
Mixture; compound.
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