blowing fan

blowing fan

[′blō·iŋ ‚fan]
(mining engineering)
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Isosceles experiences his day as a series of mysterious but happy adventures, from a blowing fan to watching a lizard eat peas, and drinking from a hose.
If you're after an ultra-cool breeze, try Dr Ramlakhan's top tip: "Place a tray of ice in front of a blowing fan. As the ice melts, this will help to cool the room down."
And if you're after an ultra-cool breeze, try Ramlakhan's top tip: "Place a tray of ice in front of a blowing fan. As the ice melts, this will help to cool the room down."
Place a bowl of ice in front of a blowing fan in your bedroom to make it cooler as the ice melts.
Water-saturated bedding materials were placed onto an aluminum plate (17 cm, width x 22 cm, length x 5 cm, height), and a fan (SIF-20FOG, Shinil, Seoul, Korea) was operated at 2 m/s (measured by digital anemometers; AR-836, Smart Sensor, Guangdong, China) as the same condition as blowing fan environment at the farm.
Still air, a blowing fan or a water shower is usually used to cool the mold.
You notice that your test subject is glued to cooling off in front of a blowing fan. Guess gym class was some work out.
Place the cauldron atop the blowing fan so that the "flame" tops will be visible coming out of it.
Still air, blowing fan or water mist and shower is usually used to cool the mold.
Hold each seed 10cm above and 10 cm in front of blowing fan. Let go.
Although in their final pre-season fixture againstBarcelonait wasn't a new signing that caught the eye of fans, with youngster Joe Willock blowing fans away.