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a unit of electrical energy equal to the work done when a current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second

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Then there exists a matrix B(x) of the form (2) such that A(x) [approximately equal to] B(x) and co deg [b.sub.1] = co deg [a.sub.1], co deg [b.sub.3] = co deg [a.sub.3], co deg [b'.sub.2] > co deg [b.sub.3], where [mathematical expression not reproducible].
DEG has now acquired three companies in 2017, extending its creative and ecommerce capabilities, as well as its geographic reach.
But only its administrative personnel were absorbed by the DEG, he added.
Commercially available wrist rotator's (Electric Wrist Rotator, Ottobock) angular velocity is 81.28 deg./s [19], and, therefore, we assume that the tracking performance of our system is, in terms of cutoff frequency and the maximum angular velocity, acceptable for use in operation experiment level.
• CHP was the most dominant technology in the DEG market with installed capacity of 44.50 GW in 2013.
DEG is one of the largest European development finance institutions for long-term project and company financing.
Tourist resort Manali reeled under severe cold with mercury dipping to minus 1.5 deg C and Solan, Bhuntar and Sundernagar recording a low of 0.2 deg C, 1.0 deg C and 1.7 deg C, three degree below normal.
Paris: The global average temperature has risen 0.74 degrees Celsius (1.3 deg Fahrenheit) in the century to 2005, according to a benchmark 2007 report of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Specialist thermal insulation manufacturer Armacell is launching what claims to be an industry first with a low density thermal elastomeric foam insulation product which retains flexibility even at extreme cryogenic temperatures of 200 deg C.
has developed a new series of compact, reliable gyro-sensors featuring stable characteristics over a wide temperature range of -40 deg C to 125 deg C.
The light is available in a choice of narrow (10 deg), medium (30 deg) and wide (50 deg) LED optics and uses a 12-W LED array that offers 70 CRI, 2,750-4800K, 50,000-hour operation at 25 deg C ambient temperature with 70 percent lumen maintenance.
The heat also gripped the capital where the temperature rose to 44 deg. C, the highest this season.
On November 21, officials from the Nigerian National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) discovered diethylene glycol (DEG) in four batches of the teething medication manufactured during August-October 2009.
After the analysis, team found that the scalloped hammerheads had the largest monocular visual field, at an amazing 182 deg., and the bonnethead had a 176 deg.
India-based private sector bank, Yes Bank (YESBANK.NS), has signed a loan agreement with development finance institution, Deutsche Investitions-und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH(DEG).