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the beginning of the propulsive phase defined as the instant previous to the abrupt propulsive force increase, to be matched (qualitatively) with the swimming stroke instant in the video.
2] reduction we come down to 11% for the multiple fans and 8% for the propulsive fuselage.
Ubiquitous beatmeister RedOne keeps the action propulsive and suitably frisky on an excitable excerpt from Enrique's Euphoria album.
Revamping & raising efficiency of Wessam propulsive service vessel.
Propulsive modes can be characterized by analyzing the flow patterns generated in the wake of swimming animals.
The key to both objectives is improving the fundamental propulsive efficiency of the engine.
Inspired by actual events, Unstoppable is an adrenaline rush fuelled by director Tony Scott's signature mark of propulsive action rooted in the reality of ordinary people placed in extraordinary circumstances.
While the likes of Louise and Hole In My Shoe were decent enough, with nice vocal melodies and propulsive riffs, they were simply not catchy or imaginative enough to make them truly memorable.
The propulsion system is intended to generate enough propulsive power to deliver a service speed of 15 knots.
Thanks to Artistic Director and conductor Antony Walker's propulsive beat and technical mastery, Washington Concert Opera's first venture with a work by Saverio Mercadante proved extremely rewarding.
Inspired by a Spanish love poem, its striking images, shifting shapes, and propulsive rhythms invoke the spirit of dance in 16th-century Spanish life.
The issue in the case was whether the child's injury resulted from Nurse Kuney's negligence in the application of excessive force to the child's head during delivery, or whether the injury resulted from maternal propulsive forces of labor.