submersion


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submersion

 [sub-mer´zhun]
the act of placing or the condition of being under the surface of a liquid.

submersion

the act of placing, or the condition of being under, the surface of a liquid.
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According to this study, it can be concluded that the applied jet in a receiver static fluid in low degree of submersion with a circular figure will have better results.
The problem with submersion underwater is it's very quick C* and once a kid's heart and breathing stops it's very difficult to revive them.
Patented full liquid submersion of all active components is 1350 times more effective than air at removing heat
He says he has no wish to train the dog, which is called Boniface, as a diver, but just wants to give him the experience of submersion that he himself enjoys.
The second is coastal management to prevent erosion and flooding, and third is the progressive submersion by the sea of subsiding coastal areas.
It holds up to 100 pounds of tools, and has been tested to meet and exceed 96 demanding military standards that include high impact, extreme temperatures and submersion.
The submersion forced the suspension of an excavation project at the site.
According to Baumer, the encoder can endure exposure to aggressive contaminants, impact, vibration, long-term submersion and intensive cleaning procedures.
Some ticks have been known to withstand hours of submersion in fresh water, and most of the lone star ticks survived all the water-detergent combinations.
It means that large coastal cities such as Mumbai and Kolkata which are at an elevation of 2-10 metres from the sea level will not only face submersion but a huge population is likely to move into the already burdened towns in the interior - such as Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Pune and Hyderabad.
Designed for maximum reliability and low cost-of-ownership, the SuperVision 140 features a robust one-piece stainless construction sealed for submersion to 330 feet.

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