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a unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleration of 1 cm/sec/sec to a mass of 1 gram

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Although the Aqua Dyne JetWater technology is based on well-known and widely understood chemical and thermo-dynamic principles, the organization has refined the processes to greatly increase effectiveness and efficiency.
Dyne Technology is also offering a no obligation, free of charge process evaluation of products prior to the exhibition.
We had a good set-up on the car, and other than some radio issues, I was having a blast driving here again," said Dyne.
Managing Director at Dyne Technology, Chris Lines, said: "This easy-to-use and flexible robotic plasma cell is ideal for both high volume manufacturing or low volume production runs where frequent product changes occur.
I had one of the best car set-ups we've had all season for the first practice session," said Dyne.
The car rolled off the hauler with a good set-up and we made some shock package changes to make it even better," said Dyne.
Among the investors are the company's chairman and chief executive, Mark Dyne, and its president, Kevin Bermeister.
LOS ANGELES -- K&N Pro Series West driver Austin Dyne qualified 14th and drove his Sunrise Racing Ford to a strong 7th place finish in Saturday night's Star Nursery 200 at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
We are pleased at the recognition Brilliant is receiving for our technology and digital content library,'' said Mark Dyne, chairman and chief executive officer, in a statement.
LOS ANGELES -- NASCAR K&N Pro Series West rookie Austin Dyne held on to his ailing William Rast/Sunrise Racing Ford to finish 8th at the Brainerd 125 road course in Brainerd, Minnesota.