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entrain

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To alter the biological rhythm of an organism so that it assumes a cycle different from a 24-hour one.
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On 13th February the battalion entrained at Proven for Fouquerieul and marched to billets in the tobacco factory in Bethune.
The entrained air is easily able to flow backwards in the twin-screw to the upstream vent barrel, while the solid powder is conveyed by the screws downstream.
Eggs detached on the day of larval release hatch near the time of larval release by the female (De Vries and Forward, 1991), which indicates that the endogenous rhythms are entrained in the embryos.
The key features and benefits of the M Series includes; a high-head, low-flow capability which minimises the need for bypass requirements, hydraulically and dynamically balanced impellers which are designed to handle liquids containing up to 20 percent entrained gas and a close-coupled design which eliminates alignment issues.
Undersized fine particles entrained in the airstream that need not be recovered for recycling may be collected using a dust collector.
Both models have a balanced measuring system with high immunity to external pipe vibrations and process influences, and both work in applications with entrained air.
Currently, there are no studies to show acceptable tolerances for entrained air, and depending on the application that the membrane is used for; the membrane with minimal amounts of entrained air could still be adequate.
The Filling Mass Transmitter can handle extremely fast fills and challenging fluids such as those with entrained air, suspended solids, or high viscosity.
The amount of air entrained is some four or more times (12 cfm or more) the primary (motive) 3 cfm airstream.
The pyrolysis gas is processed by centrifugally separating entrained particles therefrom, separating the pyrolysis gas into a hydrocarbon condensate and a light vapor, removing entrained hydrocarbon condensate from the light vapor, and purifying and refining the hydrocarbon condensate.
The nozzle maximizes entrained airflow while reducing noise levels.