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The arrangement of tubercles or nodules in a part.
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The final step was to line the cleaned pipe with a special concrete mortar, which maintains the smooth lining, thus rendering these pipelines more efficient and preventing the tuberculation from recurring.
c]leaning and cement lining usually eliminate the problems of tuberculation and the necessity of periodic cleaning for as long as the cement lining lasts.
Red-brown cuticle includes fine tuberculation and possible segment/coxal boundaries.
Varying with water acidity, tuberculation causes a host of problems, including discoloration of the water, capacity and pressure losses, undesirable taste, water leaks, and burst mains.
The repair was made necessary by the change from the use of well water to more acidic river water, which had caused tuberculation.
The sewer at the Pine Grove Resort, which runs under a concrete floor, is approximately 70 feet in length and ranges from five to six inches in diameter with heavy tuberculation, making rehabilitation a challenge.
The goals are to: increase fire flows, especially in fire hydrants providing less than 500 gallons-per-minute; improve water quality; upgrade aging infrastructure; reduce frequency of water main breaks; and replace pipes with excessive tuberculation.
Tuberculation of post cephalic tergites (Di, De, DL, L), with some of them fused.
The severe tuberculation was most likely caused by the high chloride content of the sewage from the upstream basin that empties into this line for transport to the Central District Waste Water Treatment Plant on Virginia Key.
Skeletal abnormalities and associated morphological changes have been demonstrated in Astyanax mexicanus (Filippi) reared in darkness for many months; hormonal imbalance due to lack of light was considered the cause of the abnormalities (Rasquin and Rosenbloom, 1954) and also may explain the out-of-season tuberculation of one Pimephales notatus in PC.
These aging raw water mains have tuberculation and corrosion, which can cause structural failures.