Leipertz, "Two-dimensional soot-particle sizing by time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
," Optics Expresss, vol.
The regions where bright soot incandescence
is observed, primarily near the piston bowl-wall, must be fuel-rich for soot to form.
The publisher's publicity release for this book states: "Without neon, Las Vegas might still be a sleepy desert town in Nevada and Times Square merely another busy intersection in New York City." Ribbat knows that incandescence
, not neon, transformed Times Square into a place famous for its lights.
Beginning his article with the 1809 epigraph above, articulating Blake's concept of art centred on invention and visionary conception, Archer ended it in his own words: "In the best art there is an inescapable element of strangeness, the sense of a novel wonder, a mystery burning at the heart of life, and it is this strangeness, this incandescence
which above all the painting of Mithila transmits."
O'Leary narrates the life cycle of existence from "an unatomized sundering of sames" to an "organized whole in the process of fulfillment," an odyssey and Archimedean sensibility deriving from Teilhard's theory that human consciousness exists in nature as an incandescence
, which en masse produces a psychic brightness that sheathes the planet in a "phosphorescence of thought."
Around about 80% of homicides are committed by first offenders frequently during a bout of uncontrolled incandescence
generating moments of unprecedented behaviour they will spend a lifetime regretting.
Thankfully, David Cameron - a man who would annoy me even if he was handing me bars of gold bullion - is always capable of taking me to the next level of incandescence
Cenapred said: "During the night, moderate to intense incandescence
could be observed over the crater, as well as the emission of a continuous plume, reaching 1km high, with denser pulses containing small amounts of ash.
There are two ways in which light is produced for the purpose of illuminated lighting: incandescence
The late 19th century also saw the invention of the gas mantle, whereby light output was improved by bringing a solid material to incandescence
within the flame.
overhead and our starved young lives were mercifully fed
For those who have seen the film version of Brooks' "Young Frankenstein," Reslock might well put you in mind of Terri Garr's memorable Inga, with her blonde incandescence
and perky Scandinavian accent.