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blowoff

[′blō‚ȯf]
(aerospace engineering)
The action of applying an explosive force and separating a package section away from the remaining part of a rocket vehicle or reentry body, usually to retrieve an instrument or to obtain a record made during early flight.
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EXAIR Air Nozzles provide a simple solution to reduce excessive air consumption and noise levels on compressed air blowoff operations.
The former finance professor adds a novel mathematical argument to his arsenal of warnings, this one based on a log-periodic pattern he calls "almost creepy" in the consistency with which successive market troughs come closer and closer in time to the ultimate blowoffs.
The Blowoff Station delivers a concentrated flow of ionized air to remove dust and other contaminants from a charged surface.
Protection against mines is improved by a partial redesign to incorporate blast deflection surfaces and blowoff nonstructural elements.
You're seeing a blowoff rally in silver, but we don't know when the bubble gets popped."
Charlotte, NC, April 15, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Stainless Steel Air Knife provides a laminar sheet (curtain) of air that is typically used in applications involving cleaning, drying and blowoff in corrosive environments.
Apart from the standard shift defrost execution, there is an intermediate defrost system, snow blowoff device and sequential defrost as possible options.
When we last left Eta Carinae, researchers were debating whether its 1843 outburst--when it shone nearly as bright as Sirius--resulted from an internal explosion or a radiation-driven blowoff of hot matter from its surface.
Overfilling is the likely reason for blowoff. That's why making sure the oil levels are within the limits spelled out on Page 2-50 of TM 9-2320-279-10-1 is important.
Acclaimed for collaborations with Bob Mould and Cyndi Lauper, out producer Richard Morel--one half of the team behind the successful Blowoff parties, which started in 2003 in New York City and Washington, D.C.--returns to center stage with his band's third release.
Shims can be installed if more blowoff force is required.
Providing precision blowoff with a directed high-volume, high-velocity airflow, the Micro Air Nozzle projects less than one inch past the mounting surface, which permits installation where space is limited.