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- v. Alternative spelling of depressurize.
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- v. decrease the pressure of
It put test subjects in a metabolic chamber (the kind divers use to depressurise) and had them drink three Envigas and eat a set diet during a 24-hour period.
Free gas recovery would depressurise the reservoir, leading to hydrate melting at the hydrate - free gas interface and thus to free gas replenishment.
He must check the suit, depressurise the capsule, and open the hatch - which, luckily, was almost full-length.
A passenger on a charter flight in northern Canada forced open the aircraft's door and leapt to his death, making the freezing cabin depressurise at 23,000 feet.
Oxygen masks did not drop, and the plane did not depressurise, the report says.
According to Chinese press reports, more than 30 technologies will be tested during the mission, including a Chinese made airlock which will depressurise an orbital module ahead of the walk and repressurise it after it is over.
He added: "Once a fault like this happens you have to depressurise the reactor, which takes about a week.