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The sheen appears to be dissipating," the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) said in a statement, after inspecting the area with helicopter overflights.
According to the magazine, bundling muffles price signals and obscures the management costs of institutional investments apparently dissipating investor wealth in the process.
OrthoLite ESD is the only static dissipating insole to also provide all the key properties of OrthoLite open cell foams, including breathability, moisture transport and a patented anti-microbial formulation to fight fungus, bacteria and odor.
The key difference between the two types of gases is that atoms or molecules in ordinary gases collide without dissipating energy, whereas granular-gas particles lose energy via numerous paths during impacts, such as to sound and heat.
The Oxnard Plain's farming expanses had the look of the wind-swept Midwest on Wednesday when a tornado sped between Camarillo and the coastline before dissipating near Point Mugu, officials said.
Wieder denies that there are hot or cold spots because his system allows the water to "soak" in the mold channels after the end of the cooling pulse, dissipating heat through the mold mass.
No one else reported seeing the tornado, so it may have been on the ground for only a short time before dissipating, Seto said.
Melanin, a skin pigment, protects against UV exposure by absorbing the light and then dissipating the energy as heat.
The demonstration system shows the cooling capacity of a Hybricon liquid-cooled ATR (Air Transport Rack) system configured with a VMETRO Phoenix VPF1 VXS board which is capable of dissipating over 90 watts of heat, and cooled by a Parker Hannifin HRU (Heat Rejection Unit) that is used to supply liquid for cooling.