maximum mass

maximum mass

Maximum certificated takeoff mass (ICAO).
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Thick and wide, the rack was at its maximum mass for a 6-1/2-year-old deer with highly worn teeth.
DARPA is asking for avionics that do not use GPS or inertial measurement unit navigation, have a maximum mass of 10g (0.
Variables likely to affect these two factors include maximum mass before laying, mass immediately after laying, mass at subsequent release into a foraging site, skeletal body size (carapace width), and number of days guarding after laying.
Although they can't fully explain why a star blows up, astronomers thought that they had accurately determined the maximum mass that a star could have before exploding as a connnon type of supernova.
The curve obtained for pure EVOH shows two main peaks, which can be attributed to the maximum mass loss rate of poly vinyl alcohol (PVOH) and ethylene components, respectively (19).
In addition, integrated external shock absorbers increase the maximum mass moment of inertia by up to four times compared with previous technologies.
The temperatures of starting thermal decomposition and maximum mass loss, influencing mainly the ignition temperatures of the studied materials vary slightly, which indicates that the variable heating rate of polyester material based on Polimal 1033 APy at the beginning of the 1st phase of fire, does not influence the rate of forming the fire environment.
The maximum mass of your bones is one factor that plays a key role in the occurrence of this disease.
It is also assumed that a nascent star would radiate enough energy at some point to halt the inward fall of material, thus limiting a star's maximum mass.

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