dry power

dry power

The rating or power for aircraft that does not have the use of an afterburner, water injection, or any other augmenter.
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Delivery includes: - switchgear switchgear 36kv, - dry power transformer 1000kva 31.5 / 0.39kv, - 11 sections of switchgear 0,4kv, - diesel generator.
The nasal formulation consists of a dry power containing 3 mg glucagon that is provided in a single-use, compact, and thus, portable, device.
"Crews are using dry power extinguishers and CO2 extinguishers to put out the fire.
In terms of properties, ready mix joint compound has high performance and gives strong joints as compared to dry power joints.
The nature of the material involved meant we had to tackle the fire in specialist suits, using dry power rather than water."
Some parts of the market -- especially the segments where the "mega" fund managers are most active -- have a lot of committed but undrawn capital, or "dry power."
Randomised comparition of a Dry power inhaler and Metered-dose inhaler with spacer in management of children with asthma.
At the moment, The "Big Four" VC players are scouting the market to deploy the US$ 150 million dry power remaining from their $250 million coffers raised over the last three years.
Sale includes a E-250 Ford Van (2003) and a Van mounted CTS-450 cleaning machine ,also includes NEW portable Chem Dry power base machine.
Arbid acknowledged that some funds have dry power lying in abundance: "Some private equity firms had great funds before the crisis and have struggled to deploy them, so you find a lot of dry powder.
"With full dry power selected on both engines throughout the landing roll, there was thus a considerable forward component of thrust, and the pilot was unable to stop the aircraft before it overran the runway end.
Vikas Papriwal, partner, private equity and sovereign wealth funds, KPMG stated that a significant amount of dry power exists.