colored smoke


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colored smoke

[¦kəl·ərd ¦smōk]
(materials)
Gaseous products of a distinctive color which forms a colored cloud and may be used for signals or target markers.
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The soldiers also fired colored smoke grenades hoping that some friendly aircraft flying overhead would spot them and come to their rescue.
To make the maternity shoot extra-special, JoAnn, her mentor Mary Maloney and Jessica conceptualized a rainbow-themed pictorial with extravagant colored smoke bombs.
Then, once again, sound falls like a hammer as another jet begins to throw itself into the sky, trailing colored smoke as it strives to impress the crowd of eager onlookers.
Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, will include individual and group air displays and a colored smoke show.
Should I test the vent by releasing colored smoke to see if the ridge vent actually works?
The celebration is divided into three blocks: morning block on the central square will present the military parade with the use of colored smoke grenades and a parade of labor collectives.
The development team can study the air flow using techniques such as cut-planes, colored smoke lines and others to thoroughly understand the flow structure--and gain ideas about how to reduce aerodynamic drag by changing the car's shape.
As one might expect from a company which pioneered the "Unsinkable Boat," Whaler puts a lot of effort into safety, Burman says they perform a "smoke test" on all new boats--pumping colored smoke into mechanical spaces, while monitoring cabins to ensure there are no entry points for carbon monoxide.
Soldiers on the battlefield use colored smoke in a variety of ways--to identify landing zones, friendly troops, potential targets, and to communicate with--but it's being overhauled to make it safer for Soldiers and the environment.
Kumho engineers and sales personnel observing one of these drifting events proposed that if one could make tires that produced a colored smoke, that entertainment value would be enhanced significantly.
While evaluators hurried the Soldiers through their tasks, explosions shook the trees around them, simulated small-arms fire erupted from every direction, and plumes of colored smoke billowed into the air.
Elsewhere, a plasma screen TV played videos of thirteen of the "Atmospheres," performances that Chicago staged in California public parks using enough colored smoke, roman candles and gem-hued pyrotechnics to warm Dennis Oppenheim's fire-loving heart.