normal depth

normal depth

[′nȯr·məl ′depth]
(fluid mechanics)
The depth in an open channel at which a given flow has uniform velocity.
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Anterior chamber (AC), although absent in periphery, proved normal depth centrally (important element for primary causes of angle closure and not secondary related to pupillary block in anterior uveitis).
Diving Requirements The Successful Bidder Will Be Expected To Conduct Underwater Service Operations To A Normal Depth Of 40-feet With A Possible Maximum Depth Of 270-feet Of Fresh Water (ffw), Using Approved Commercial Diving Practices, Procedures, Equipment And Properly Trained Diving Personnel Who Shall Have Completed A Recognized Course Of Commercial Diving In Order To Perform The Following Underwater Activities: 1.
Had Blanco been at his normal depth, he likely would have caught the ball without having to leave his feet.
Two cases are modeled for above section, in the first case; the water level is modeled in the maximum depth and in the second case, is modeled in the normal depth.
By day 4, the anterior chamber was of normal depth, and trace flare, mild rubeosis iridis, and a small amount of fibrin and hemorrhage were observed in the ventral anterior chamber OS.
Municipal Councilor Joseph Arcay told the Inquirer the municipality was planning to employ an ROV, an underwater vessel designed for technical diving that can go beyond the normal depth of technical divers of 80 meters.
75 metres (29 feet) -- more than double the normal depth -- and threatens to burst a barrier in Romai, 55,000 people would have to be evacuated.
32-20 case can be used; just seat the bullet to normal depth rather than inside the case.
1) (a company of Tanaka Precious Metals) announced that it had succeeded in the joint development of ruthenium material able to form a film up to six times the normal depth for capacitor electrodes used in semiconductor memory DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) with Professor Seiji Ogo of the Graduate School of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry at Kyushu University.
According to press reports, the ship docked at low tide in about 14 feet of water, about half the normal depth for a ship that size.
Measurements of intensities from the arm and the leg of the rat Mean Sum of the Anatomical point intensity intensities Arm; injected superficially with 2298 5273211 100 [micro]L Arm; injected deeply with 100 821 1884442 [micro]L Leg; injected normal depth with 1107 2540833 200 [micro]L Leg; injected normal depth with 1684 3864346 100 [micro]L White point on the screen 253 581254 Black point on the screen 7474 1715x[10.
Mira has a tray that is less than half the normal depth of most shower trays - 40mm instead of 90mm.