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Nov5-08, 07:14 AM
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hi everyone
i wonder if anyone know french. Im trying to find out what does it mean 'remise l'aire' in english. Its when the reactor was brought to atmospheric pressure with air we call that in french 'remise l'aire', i hope that someone can tell me what does it mean in english.
thanks
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hi everyone
i wonder if anyone know french. Im trying to find out what does it mean 'remise l'aire' in english. Its when the reactor was brought to atmospheric pressure with air we call that in french 'remise l'aire', i hope that someone can tell me what does it mean in english.
thanks
physicist1888;

It means - "present to the air" - in other words to open to the ambient pressure.

Dr. Gregory Greenman
Physicist


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