penetrating power


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penetrating power

The capacity of a lens to see into an object.
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Compared to unpowered kinetic energy tank rounds that slow down and lose penetrating power to aerodynamic drag, a scramjet powered round could sustain its tank-penetrating power over longer ranges, or enable a smaller, lighter gun to achieve the same result.
Timing fuel combustion to the desired flight profile makes it possible to sustain the kinetic energy and penetrating power of tank rounds at extended ranges in direct-fire applications.
It wasn't the result he wanted, but he knew the penetrating power of these oils would be great for something else.
Sandia is advancing a novel plating and molding technology that uses the penetrating power of synchrotron radiation.
The oil extracted from this fruit has exceptional penetrating power, enabling its antioxidant, anti-aging and regenerative nutrients to reach the deepest skin layers.
In the SMBs market, the channel is the competitive focus: UFIDA and Kingdee have formed a balance of power through their strong channel coverage and penetrating power in regional medium-sized business market.
At approximately 40" in length, this durable labor saver has a steel shaft for lasting performance and a large step for extra penetrating power.
STABROM 909 biocide offers the traditional benefits and biocidal power of an oxidizing bromine-based biocide with the stability and penetrating power of a non-oxidizing biocide.
Castor oil: A natural emollient, with deep penetrating powers, Castor Oil helps make skin softer and smoother.
Castor oil: A natural emollient, with deep penetrating powers, Castor Oil helps makes skin softer and smoother and is renowned for its healing properties.