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ELEnglish Language
ELElevated
ELEducation Level
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ELElevation
ELElevator
ELEntry Level
ELElement
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ELGreek (ISO standard two letter language code for Greek)
ELElected
ELEducational Leadership
ELEast Lansing (Michigan)
ELElectric Light
ELEnlist
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ELEmergency Lighting
ELElevate
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ELEngineering Laboratory
ELExecutive Level (government employee heirarchy; Australia)
ELElectro-Luminescent
ELExposure Limits
ELEnglish Learner
ELExpected Loss
ELExposure Level
ELEnvironmental Laboratory
ELElektricitet (Danish: Electricity)
ELExpression Language
ELElevated Train (Chicago)
ELElastic Limit (tensile testing)
ELEdit Links (Internet)
ELElymian (linguistics)
ELEquilibrium Level
ELEssential Links (website)
ELEnvironmental Liabilities
ELEmergency Leave
ELEuropean Lotteries
ELElevated Line (elevated subway operated by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority)
ELException List
ELEndolaser (vitreoretinal surgery))
ELEpiscopal Life (magazine)
ELErase Line
ELEnhancement Layer
ELEnterolactone
ELEntertainment Links (Internet)
ELEncounter Level (Dungeons & Dragons gaming)
ELEnhanced Latency
ELElectrical Load
ELExclusive Lock
ELElliptocytosis
ELElevation Limit
ELExcursion Limit (OSHA)
ELExpansion Loop
ELEnterprise Links (Internet)
ELElectronic Links (Internet)
ELExploration Lease (mineral exploration)
ELEmergency Limit
ELEngineering Letters
ELEarnings Level
ELElectric Logs (Oil Industry Old Term)
ELEdge Lift (of a contact lens)
ELEntrepreneurial Leave
ELErie Lackawanna Railway Company
ELElectric Start-Long Shaft (boat motors)
ELEddy Loss
ELEnforcement Layer
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ASHRAE U-Bend Constant ASHRAE does not consider anchor forces to be a cause for concern when sizing expansion loops, which is a reasonable assumption if users follow the given table The ASHRAE rule of thumb is 2001b of anchor force developed by a U-Bend per diameter inch of pipe (350.
20 include a loop optimization wizard for easier expansion loop design and a seismic wizard for determining the G factor in static seismic loading conditions for three codes.
Building expansion loops into the system will help to prevent tension stresses caused by thermal expansion.