Rojas C, Urbina-Villalba G, Garcia-Sucre M (2010b) Lifetime of micrometersized drops of oil pressed by bouyancy
against a planar interface.
It should be noted that the opening sizes used in the experiment were at the same level and relatively narrow, so bouyancy
forces are likely to be small.
A unique bouyancy
ring at the neckline provides just the right amount of flotation to keep your child's chin and head above water and it can be removed as their swimming skills develop.
Evidence of continued bouyancy
in both the UKand US housing markets combined with general economic recovery in those major market areas for the group has pushed the share price higher as investors seek solidity of earnings in their investments.
"If (the crew) is a new sailor, I think you've got a real liability problem if you don't require them to wear bouyancy
" he says.
Galileo appealed to "mixed mathematics" in his De Motu of 1590, using Archimedes' bouyancy
principle in an unsuccessful attempt to replace Aristotle's doctrine of natural motion.
Paul and Tina were flung into the ocean but as they bobbed around in their lifejackets, their pitbull terrier, Priscilla, was left floundering near the doomed craft without any bouyancy
The Council plans to take advantage of that and move forward to form a future where our children can capitalize on this bouyancy
Working in water accommodates people with physical limitations because water provides the bouyancy
to help support a person's weight.
contradictions that has been the whole bouyancy
of the healthy man.
will continue to surge, so he will be in an even better position next year to divide the benefits of the boom among taxpayers."''
We suspect that the ability to regulate bouyancy
improves concealment of the cuttlefish from its prey or possible predators by reducing the necessity for locomotor activity.