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Energy balance analysis results with unadapted wall heat transfer models HEAT TRANSFER 6000 RPM 9500 RPM MODEL Energy balance discrepancy Hohenberg -15.
However, it must be remembered that positive monologue as an unadapted SOM is considered too positive according to Schwartz and Garamoni (1986).
28]perv, %, mass) surfactant biodegradation level is calculated with an unadapted activated sludge for 28 days (shaded areas in Fig.
This includes 609 lines of unadapted Latin text, notes, and complete vocabulary, suggested reading, genealogical charts, two maps and five well-chosen illustrations.
5 L/s of outdoor air ventilation per person will control human body odor such that roughly 80% of unadapted persons will find the odor to be at an acceptable level.
Due to the time and effort required to identify and then use wild and unadapted genetic resources, "a breeder must have a good idea about the genetic value of an uncharacterized resource before attempting to use it in a breeding program," McCouch said.
It is the gang members, unadapted youngsters who turn their wrath against their own community, exerting it upon its residents.
But the care was abruptly withdrawn last week, with officials informing Brian that his unadapted Kingshurst property is not a 'safe environment' - and suggesting a care home was more appropriate.
Currently military psychiatry focuses on the sociologic and dynamic sides of the unadapted conducts, being based on theoretical and practical reflection of emotional immaturity which is involved in different neurotic, psychotic or in-between organizations.
Genetic variation detectable with molecular markers among unadapted germplasm resources of cultivated peanut and related wild species.
Visitors will also be able to book in for free test drives in a range of cars adapted and unadapted cars.