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droop

The deviation from a preset value of a controlled liquid level, temperature, variable pressure, or differential pressure (at minimum controllable flow) when the flow through a regulator is gradually increased from its minimum controllable flow to its rated capacity.

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i. A downward curvature of the leading edge of an airfoil to provide increased camber.
ii. A progressive decrease in RPM that occurs when a fuel control flyweight governor spring is extended and made weaker. It takes less flyweight force to come to an equilibrium with the weaker spring force and consequently a lower RPM will result.
iii. The inability of the engine power to increase as the rotor pitch is increased, causing the rotor to slow down.
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They have a great reputation and they've been amazing to work with so far," Droop says of Builders Choice.
Our shipper is Carlile and they are doing all the transportation for us," Droop says.
Criterion General was selected as the general contractor; they've done several projects with CH2M in the past and Droop says they are "sticklers for quality.
The first step for Droop was to relocate 150 employees into temporary housing offsite in Dead-horse.
The new camp has a much more efficient footprint," Droop says.
I probably shop for cranes more than I go shopping for shoes," Droop says.
It is definitely going to be a lot more efficient," Droop says.
Then we have a little bit different decommissioning with the main original core of the camp because it has to be basically scraped off," Droop says.