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hydrodynamically

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  • adv. using hydrodynamics

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  • This program, run out of DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, seeks to “demonstrate compressed magnetic flux generator (CMFG)-driven magneto hydrodynamically formed metal jets and self-forging penetrators (SFP) with significantly improved performance over explosively formed jets (EFJ) and fragments,” according to the agency’s website.

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  • The only way this would have been possible is if the Viking warships were behaving hydrodynamically in the same way as MFS ships today (namely that hydrostatic lift develops under the hull, reducing the draft of the ship when running at speed, thus reducing water resistance).

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  • The only way this would have been possible is if the Viking warships were behaving hydrodynamically in the same way as MFS ships today namely that hydrostatic lift develops under the hull, reducing the draft of the ship when running at speed, thus reducing water resistance.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Violent Misdemeanants, the Right to Bear Arms, and the Right to Vote

  • Results show that portions of the assemblage analyzed using hydrodynamically equivalent elements are not significantly different, despite different depositional environments.

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  • And in any case, the specimen U array is in a hydrodynamically unstable position.

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  • Each product is hydrodynamically engineered for ultra real life-like action.

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  • VentrAssist ™ has only one moving part - a hydrodynamically suspended impeller.

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  • But it is not conceivable that the Iranians would be willing to take such a risk if their intention was to produce almost that much pure U-235 for implosion-type U-235 nukes that had not even been functionally - electrically, explosively, hydrodynamically - tested.

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  • By disrupting the ancestral modular structure and increasing the overall level of phenotypic integration, predator-mediated selection might have resulted in a hydrodynamically less favorable shape in the stonewort habitat as a correlated response to selection for higher phenotypic integration

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  • This might indicate the existence of trade-off between higher overall morphological integration and the hydrodynamically most optimal shape in terms of swimming speed.

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