submersion


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submersion

 [sub-mer´zhun]
the act of placing or the condition of being under the surface of a liquid.
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Main features: design, realization and installation of street furniture: a digital totem to raise awareness and inform about the risk of flooding by marine submersion (concept of ~tri-tem)
The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) singled out the month of April as having the highest average number of deaths (355) caused by drowning and submersion from 2006 to 2013.
The degree of hypoxia depends on several factors, such as duration of submersion, water temperature, the patient's age, early initiation of advanced life support, and time to admission to the emergency department and intensive care.
On the other hand, our analysis will be focused mainly on surfaces living in the total space of a Killing submersion. A Riemannian submersion [pi] : N [right arrow] M of a 3-dimensional Riemannian manifold N over a surface M will be called a Killing submersion if its fibers are the trajectories of a complete unit Killing vector field [xi].
A unidirectional rotating bezel allows the diver to set a desired time of submersion, while its ability to rotate in only one direction guarantees that the dive may only be shortened and never lengthened, ensuring the safety of the wearer.
Drowning is defined as the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from either submersion or immersion in liquid.
The packaging both primary and transport was designed to withstand distribution by aerial drop (40 feet), sea surface, land, and water submersion. Typhoon "Yolanda" that hit the Philippines in 2014 left lessons learned, especially on the type of relief foods to be distributed with utmost efficiency.
have secure watertight enclosures for all their ballistic components, exceeding National Institute of Justice wet-conditioning standards that require ballistic vests to be waterproof--even after submersion for 30 minutes (NIJ0101.6).
As the terms can be misleading, such instances are instead more appropriately called submersion injuries.
The floatable design enables safe submersion in up to three feet of water for up to 30 minutes.
Eco2 is a data center cooling technology based on fluid submersion. The company developed a state of the art coolant that is 1350 times more efficient than air cooling.
Birmingham coroner Emma Brown said the cause of death was submersion in fresh water.

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