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the quality, condition, or degree of being thick

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6] P) which is the major contributor to gas density and tank volume uncertainties.
The flow computer then calculated the product of the actual volumetric flow rate, the gas density, and the mass-based heating value to determine the energy flow rate.
The low gas density may have been too tenuous to coalesce into stars, he postulates.
Cargill has set Environmental Sustainability Targets that increase energy and water efficiency by 5 percent on a global level and improve greenhouse gas density by 5 percent.
The meter's performance is characterized and software adjusts are made based on the wet gas calibration and several correlating parameters, including gas velocity, gas density, the liquid's properties, liquid loading, flow pattern, the Reynolds number and the Lockhart-Martinelli number.
Samangan Governor Khairullah Anosh said gas density and blasts led to the collapse of a tunnel, leaving 24 labourers dead and five wounded.
A team led by computational physicist Philip Marcus shows how variations in gas density lead to instability, which then generates the whirlpool-like vortices needed for stars to form.
Schlieren photography technique was used to visualize the flame front, at which change in the gas density is the maximum.
Soil samples will be taken to measure gas density and metallic residues.
Specialists will also analyze a sample of soil taken at the depth of 15 metres to measure the gas density and metallic residues.
The proximity of the Free Trade Zone to southern Iraq's oil and gas density is considered a key factor of its development.