buoyancy


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Synonyms for buoyancy

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the ability to recover quickly from depression or discouragement

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cheerfulness that bubbles to the surface

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the property of something weightless and insubstantial

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the tendency to float in water or other liquid

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irrepressible liveliness and good spirit

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They marked the buoyancy of her tread, like the skim of a bird which had not quite alighted.
Also known as a 'buoyancy vest' Type 2 PFDs provide less buoyancy than a Type 1, but are still sufficient to support the body.
"The buoyancy of water also makes it easier to perform balance exercises without fear of falling, and offers your joints relief from the weight-bearing impacts that come from walking and jogging, for example." Every time you take a step, you place from three to seven times your body weight on the bones and muscles of your hip joints.
Garry Mackay said he did not realise the youngsters were only fitted out with buoyancy aid jackets when he made the "hardest decision of his life" to swim to shore for help after the boat overturned in a Highland loch.
In addition to the hands-on activity, there's an animation explaining buoyancy, a TV episode about remote-controlled blimps, and a video profile of engineers who operate some of the world's largest blimps.
This included: a grey Safequip storage bag containing a large drysuit, helmet, red buoyancy aid, yellow and black boots and a thermal suit; a grey storage bag containing a dry suit, helmet, red buoyancy aid and a black Nintendo DSI.
This conclusion is a direct consequence of the observation that, in an inclined duct, the buoyancy force vector has a non-vanishing projection on the plane of the duct cross-section.
It heard how the buoyancy aid worn by William "would not have left his airways clear of the surface", while his brother's lifejacket was "in poor condition".
From surface to seabed, Balmoral products, including thermal insulation, rigid and distributed riser, ROV/AUV and subsurface buoyancy through to elastomer cable protectors, bend restrictors, stiffeners, clamps and riser protection guards, are in use around the world.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Marine scientists revealed how whale sharks use geometry to enhance their natural negative buoyancy and stay afloat.
In all of these situations, multi component liquids can undergo natural convection driven by buoyancy force resulting from simultaneous temperature and species gradients.
"The helicopter crew advised there was no evidence that the man had been wearing a life jacket or buoyancy aid.
In July this year, Fina banned the PES (performance enhancing suit), also called the aesupersuit' because its fabric and fit improves speed, buoyancy and endurance.
Notice that in vertical refrigerated display case the momentum force of air jetting from DAG and buoyancy force counteracts with each other, resulting in imbalance during simulations.
This book examines forty eponymous laws of science, from Archimedes' Law of Buoyancy to Hubble's Law of Cosmic Expansion and the great minds behind them.