triangle equation

triangle equation

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(engineering)
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"If you take the monetary part out of that triangle equation," Mattocks says, "it really has to be either a definite step in your career, or something that's going to be completely emotionally satisfying"--or, ideally, both.
I learned that fuel-immersed individuals (or objects) tend to immediately re-ignite unless oxygen is completely and continuously eliminated from the fire triangle equation. To review: heat, oxygen and fuel are required to sustain ignition (flame).

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