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We know that it can perfectly well withstand a little more heat or cold, dampness or dryness, for elsewhere it ranges into slightly hotter or colder, damper or drier districts.
We meant it in kindness - we couldn't bear to see the poor fellow so miserable:- and besides, he was such a damper upon us, sitting there silent and glum, when he was under the threefold influence - of the loss of his sweetheart, the loss of his fortune, and the reaction of the lost night's debauch; whereas, when he had something in him, if he was not merry himself, he was an unfailing source of merriment to us.
The technology allows the automaker to harness energy from a vehicle's suspension dampers that would otherwise be lost as heat.
Metropolitan Air Technology (MAT), the firm tasked with providing airflow control systems at Qatar's Msheireb Downtown Doha project, has discussed its reasons for employing remotely operated balancing dampers.
When the initial (weak) explosion is registered by ADELS pressure or temperature sensors, initial source of the explosion is localized by means of fire dampers fire dampers mounted in ductwork system and this way major accidents are avoided.
He continued, "Our dampers and related technologies have been utilized on many space-related platforms and this work continues today with our products protecting equipment on the International Space Station.
Building designers requiring permanent access to air dampers, plumbing, vents and electrical wiring behind drywall ceilings and walls now have a choice of round vs.
The system consists of two hydraulic dampers developed in cooperation with Hainzl, an Austrian company, as well as measuring devices, evaluation software and automation system.
Part II of this paper describes the development of primary and plenum airflow models by testing dampers and housings.
In addition, MINI will introduce electrically adjustable dampers for the first time.
This is because these dampers do not seal very well.