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The close season for coarse fishing on rivers was introduced in 1878 and is in force from 15 March to 15 June.
By changing the total OBSH weight fraction and the coarse crystal fraction, we prepared moderately expanded LDPE foams with different relative densities and different cell sizes.
"The key to this new coarse texture range is the Low-E label--known as low bake in the industry--which means it can be cured at 150-170[degrees]C, without losing quality or the properties of the coating," said Mark Reekie, global segment manager, general industry, for AkzoNobel's Powder Coatings business.
Based on that, in order to exploit elastic optical networking and coarse granular switching for a realizing cost-efficient, spectrum effective and flexible optical transport network, we have recently developed a single-layer optical cross-connect architecture based on coarse granular switching spectrum selective switches.
Dem Simulation on Effect of Coarse Gravel Content to Direct Shear Strength and Deformation Characteristics of Coarse-grained Soil.
Different exotic coarse spaces for overlapping Schwarz methods are also known, e.g., energy minimizing coarse spaces [1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 20, 23], where [1, 5, 6] use coarse spaces built on MsFEM basis functions.
Considering the urgent needs of transmission line construction, four groups of model tests were carried out on the belled pier foundations constructed on two-layered soils, coarse-grained saline soil layer above, and conventional coarse soils (CS) layer.
Results are presented from early phosphate studies in 1997 to more recent sulfide evaluations, which have shown that as little as 1% surface expression is required for nearly complete recovery of coarse particles.
We implement upscaled LBM simulations using the computed effective permeabilities at coarse grids.
Coarse fishing will still be allowed on many lakes, reservoirs, ponds and canals, depending on landowner agreement, though a valid rod licence is still required.
Urban particulate matter (PM) in ambient air is a complex mixture of various sizes of particles, and is generally categorized into coarse [mass median aerodynamic diameter (MMAD) 2.5-10 [micro]m; [PM.sub.10-2.5]], fine (MMAD [less than or equal to] 2.5 [micro]m; [PM.sub.2.5]), and ultrafine (MMAD [less than or equal to] 0.1 [micro]m) particles.