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A fibre of the submersion [phi] has the dimension n and forms the family of the integral surfaces which define a horizontal distribution [DELTA]h.
As it is observed in Figure (4), in high degree of submersion, the fluctuations of velocity in various jets are more than the fluctuations of velocity in low degree of submersion.
WaterBlock (TM) technology creates a thin, impenetrable layer of protection that guards electronics not only against drips to splashes, but from full submersion.
This pocket-size, ruggedized unit scans barcodes, accesses the Internet, captures data and can withstand drops, dust and submersion in water.
In most cases it's the shock of sudden submersion that causes children to panic.
Over the nine years from 2001 to 2009, they found records of 209 deaths from submersion and 35 non-fatal cases in children aged 11 and younger.
Company officials say RingerWraps protect mobile phones from moisture in even the most extreme environments, can withstand quick submersion in water and are 100% recyclable.
Each sensor is equipped for both 3/4 inch and 1 inch mounting, allowing it to fit in smaller pipes, giving optimum mounting versatility in insertion, submersion and flow-through applications.
The synthesis of zinc oxide thin layer modified by cobalt was carried out by means of different methods like spinning layer deposition, submersion and electron vaporization and its application in the treatment of polluted waters was investigated as a part of MS thesis developed by the Iranian researcher, Iman Asadi Farsani, under Dr.
swimming Woodhart "In most cases it's the shock of sudden submersion that causes children to panic.
The 15a[euro] IP67 NEMA 6 Panel PC is completely sealed to IP67/NEMA 6 rated standards for water and dust protection, making it capable of operating in the harshest environments including water submersion.
Liquid submersion cooling allows for significantly better thermal management than air cooling.

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