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The electrolyte jet was impinged on the substrate through a nozzle with an inner diameter of 9 mm.
The heat transfer from the wall to the impinged droplet, the breakup process of the impinging droplets are owing to the boiling phenomena and the dispersion of the breakup droplets are improved in the spray impingement model for the high temperature wall.
This fascinating study of cultural practices in early modern England and of the ways in which those practices impinged on audience response to the drama of the period is at once traditional and postmodern, pragmatic and theoretical.
In converting the buildings, Fuksas has impinged very lightly on the old structures, leaving the architecture to speak for itself; but his poetic response to it, and to the superb setting, is very evident, as is his talent for enhancing inherent architectural drama.
All of which had never impinged upon our respect for him.
These, in turn, impinged on a beryllium target, which, on occasion, released a hypernucleus containing a proton, a neutron, and two lambdas.
Instead of attempting to work out solutions with local governments, the bill creates an incentive for big project developers to claim that a ``taking'' has occurred simply on their belief that local land use and environmental rules have impinged on their profits.
Mr Alton said the lubricants division was expanding despite the strong pound which had impinged on the export business.
Brunett does not hesitate to spell out how our conscience can be impinged by some particular maladies in our time.
First, primary insurers rates will be limited impinged by the "excess profits" provision included in the legislation.
After chapters focusing on the distinct and less comprehensive manner in which the valuation survey impinged on Ireland and on Scotland, Short reminds the reader in his conclusion of the various contexts in which his subject may be placed: Commons versus Lords; Radical Liberal versus Patrician Tory; Land versus Stockjobber Capital; the growing power of the bureaucratic state.
The English Council dealt only with Scottish issues when they impinged on the course of events south of the Border.