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oscillate

To rapidly move back and forth between two locations or physical states.
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Hence, the purpose of these studies is the mathematical modelling in 3D space of the developed oscillating scatterer-pendulum hemisphere of seeding opener of the grain-fertilizer seeder using the matrix method.
This can be expressed as a derivative of the function of the relative displacement between the oscillating water column and the floating structure ([x.sub.r] = z - x) (see Figure 1):
The result indicates that the radio emissions by the nonlinearly oscillating neutron star are periodically pulse-like radiation with the Dirac delta shape, which is consistent with the general observations of pulsars.
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...for even spread of heat INSTANT ALL ROOM HEATIN COMPLETE SSAFETY tate-of-the-art halogen tubes are built into this beautiful composite moulded 'cool-touch' casing mounted on a clever oscillating base to fill any room with warmth within minutes.
Key Words: Maxwell fluid, MHD flow, Oscillating rectangular duct, Oscillating pressure gradient, Volume flow rate
Oscillating photons aren't a new idea, ALPs are just the current flavor in favor.
OSCILLATING MULTI-FUNCTION TOOL ACCESSORIES DISPLAY
A special trail wheel that supports the oscillating tracks helps reduce breakover and increase stability over uneven and rough terrain.
OSCILLATING, FAST, WARMING, ECONOMICAL AND PORTABLE
The first exact solution of the Navier-stokes equation was given by Stokes [5] which is concerned with the flow of a viscous incompressible fluid past an infinite horizontal plate oscillating in its own plane in an infinite mass of stationary fluid.