bed surface

bed surface

Of a brick, the in situ non-vertical surface intended to be joined by mortar.
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Two NIWE staff will also participate in the survey campaign, which will provide data on sea depth, soil, sea bed surface and objects found in the soil.
Firstly, bed surface consolidation due the existence of algal biofihns (wrinkle structures), as previously described in similar cases by Avanzini (1998) and Carvalho et al.
0] is density of the water and sediment mixture in the bed surface layer, determined by [[rho].
Wider bed surface options are currently available with little cost increase over available traditional beds.
To prevent load slippage, a non-skid frame bed surface is included, while a textured, powder-coat finish protects against damage.
Generally, the temperature set by the control ranges between 55 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit on the bed surface.
If there are multiple spray guns they must deliver the same amount of solution as each other within a narrow range therefore the distance of the spray gun to the product bed surface becomes critical, thus the tumbling action of the tablets must provide a tranquil surface for spray uniformity.
The objectives of the field data collection program were to measure the local velocity field and explore possible flow reversals and eddying motions, survey local bathymetry for comparisons with previous data, and obtain bed material cores for particle size and caesium content analyses at different depths below the bed surface.
The particle size of bed surface sediments of river and coastal line of Caspian Sea varies from few microns to few centimeters.
In the prone position, pressure of the bed surface against weight-bearing ventral prominences can result in skin breakdown.
The platinum content in the designed catalyst is reduced considerably by this method," she said in an interview with the INIC news service, noting that this study contributed a new achievement to the production of bimetallic nanoparticles of Au-Pt on gold bed surface.
The paint is thermally degraded within the sand bed and the toxic gases are then oxidised at the bed surface using a 'flameshield'.