air course

air course

[′er ‚kȯrs]
(building construction)
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She completed a demanding air course which included a simulated underwater crash and the mother of two is now looking for a job on an oil rig, which will involve flying to the platforms.
The carbon neutral power system would use a central hot water accumulator drawing energy from a the air course heat pump, wind turbine, solar panels and a pellet boiler using waste from the vineyard to provide under floor heating to the wine shop and tasting area as well as hot water to the eco lodge.
the finalization of the advanced air course comprising 23 officers and the
"The two other girls were put back on the Gulf Air course, but I wasn't allowed."
"My claim to fame is I was the first person to deliver a dangerous goods by air course in Aberdeen."
you see Piggy Island in glorious 3D for the first time ever as you race through speedways, canyons, stunt roads and air courses as your favorite character.
The training infrastructure is problematic however, in that compressed air courses are few and far between, and the topic is sometimes only covered within general engineering courses.
In US coal, the regulations require specific ventilation standards that include minimum gas velocity at the working face of 72 ft/min (22 m/min), less than 2% methane in all air courses and less than 1% methane at the face.