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the quality, condition, or degree of being thick

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The predicted spreading angle also overlaps with that for nozzle N3 for a gas density of 30 kg/ [m.
The higher flow with heliox only applies to areas where the flow remains laminar, and in these areas the flow is dependent on gas density with higher flow rates in the heliox flow volume loops.
Chan and Knowlton (1984) found that the entrainment rate was linearly proportional to gas density in a pressurized fluidized bed.
The gas density at the blower inlet remains still 0.
Since thermal conductivity varies from one gas to another, its relationship to gas density, and therefore gas pressure, also varies.
0] are the mass attenuation coefficient and the initial ambient gas density, respectively.
He suggested gas density would result in coal mine explosion as was occurred in Abkhorak mine, which resulted in death and injury to hundreds of workers.
Having exact knowledge of the actual gas density and the actual gas permittivity is very important in order to eliminate distorting effects of uncertainty in the configuration data for the gas.
Above 300 barg, an average gas density exceeding 200 kg/m3 has been reported.
The main hypothesis of the two-zone model is that the temperature, gas density, internal energy, and pressure are uniform in each layer, but different from one layer to another.
Eventually, the shock wave breaks out into true interstellar space, where the gas density can be as low as a single atom per cubic centimeter - about the volume of a sugar cube.
The gas density in the gas line depends on its pressure and temperature.
The gas kinetic energy corresponding to the second term on the right-hand side in Equation (3) can reasonably be ignored because the solids density is about seven hundred times the gas density.
That deceleration will indicate gas density and wind gusts in these upper reaches of the atmosphere.
where [rho] is the gas density determined via a real gas equation of state: