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That's called PowerPulse and pumps a high pressure puff of air into the turbocharger at low revs to smooth the delay you otherwise find between ordering full power and it arriving that is a downside of turbo'ed motors.
A machine called an autorefractor will measure how well your eyes focus, and a tonometer, which uses a puff of air to check your eye pressure, can help to pick up early signs of glaucoma.
Instead of smoke, battery-operated e-cigarettes produce aerosols, tiny liquid particles suspended in a puff of air. Low levels of aldehydes, chemical compounds that can cause oxidative stress and cell damage, as well as free radicals have been found in the vapors.
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* The Unstable Flame program is executed when the wind sensor detects a light puff of air that is not strong enough to blow out the candle.
The same principle explains why, regardless of your age, you have a little puff of air blown into your eye when examined for new glasses.
The chip is preprogrammed to determine whether the seed's surface texture and red, green, and blue color values more closely match those of an "acceptable" seed than those of a "reject." Seeds that appear similar to "rejects" are quickly directed by a puff of air into the "reject" container, while the desirable seeds fall neatly into the "acceptable" bucket.
The chip (a field programmable gate array) uses preprogrammed data to determine whether the seed's surface texture and red, green, and blue color values more closely match those of an "accept" seed than those of a "reject." Seeds that appear similar to "rejects" are quickly directed, via a puff of air from an air valve, into the "reject" container, while the desirable seeds fall neatly into the "accept" bucket.
You could almost hear the puff of air here in Canary Wharf as promoters up and down the UK collectively exhaled with relief as the 'I's were dotted and 'T's crossed on the new deal.
A small puff of air is shot at the eyeball and the rebound is a measure of IP.
The team also saw neurons glow when a puff of air moved a whisker.
After seeing a visual cue like a yellow card, the participants would feel a harmless but surprising puff of air under their chins.
Plane passengers could soon be scanned for bombs as they swipe their boarding pass thanks to the new machine, which blows a short puff of air at a passenger's hand as they scan their pass.
A strategically placed motion detector will automatically emit either a startling puff of air or a sudden burst of water when activated by a cat that wanders into its area of sensitivity.