hydrocast


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hydrocast

[′hī·drə‚kast]
(oceanography)
A series of water samplers on a single hydrographic wire which obtain samples simultaneously.
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An investigation of comfort level trend differences between the hands-on patellar tendon bearing and hands-off hydrocast transtibial prosthetic sockets.
Socket/stump interface dynamic pressure distributions recorded during the prosthetic stance phase of gait of a trans-tibial amputee wearing a hydrocast socket.
In the sanctuary, this innovation means that shipboard operations, from hydrocasts to submersible launches, can be conducted in higher sea states than with a comparably sized monohull.