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Generally, the changes observed in streamlines from the beginning of the second half of bend to the bend exit indicate that the core of central vortex has moved away from the inner bank towards the middle of channel by 22%, and towards the water surface by 20%.
The streamlines are down flow from the bed up to a level of 80% of flow depth from the bed, but at higher layers, especially from the beginning of the second half of the bend to the end of it, streamlines are up flow (Figure 5a).
From the beginning of second half of bend to end, the core of the primary vortex moved away from the inner bank towards the mid-channel by 22%.
Rotation of 350 NB M.S pipe in IA stream from U column XY column, IA stream from XY column to B1 location and IIA from Pump House II to X column, and B4 bend to B5 bend & IIC, IID stream from Pump House- II to XY column.
Baker held North Bend to 203 total yards and intercepted five passes, and North Bend had about that number of dropped or tipped passes.
Was fifth into the back-straight with qualification hopes looking bleak, but missed the worst of a coming together of two of those ahead of him at the third bend to improve position and stayed on to take second close home.
The ratio of the convex side of the radius of the bend to the thickness of the piece was 15.4, which is almost half of the minimum radius for a free bend suggested by Wangaard (1952).
What if soft polymers and organic materials could offer sufficient electronic control to spawn a new generation of lightweight, flexible machines that could bend to human needs in ways that current products cannot?
JACKDAW SUMMER Capitalised on a good make-up by railing well at the first bend to move into a qualifying position having been run away from to that point.
Asked why Coos Bay keeps wanting North Bend to join it, Cary Smith thought the question over for a moment as he stood amid vending booths near the Pony Village Mall.
In recent work, Kier has also discovered that the muscle arrangement in squid tentacles, which can snatch prey in an impressive 30 milliseconds, is similar to that in the slower-moving squid arms, which bend to manipulate the food during eating.