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Propelling charges for tube artillery can be provided in one of two ways: either as cartridge bags or in metal cartridge cases.
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Propelling and for
In 1936, while working for Pohl, von Ohain earned a patent on his version of jet engines, Process and Apparatus for Producing Airstreams for Propelling Airplanes.
* Propelling Control Vehicle, a type of British railway coach specially converted for use as a mail van
Propelling and can
Propelling a Trikke uphill requires substantially more effort and effective movement, but can be mastered with experience.
Propelling nozzles can be fixed geometry, or they can have variable geometry, to give different throat and exit diameters so as to deal with differences in ambient pressure, flow and engine pressure ; thus permitting improvement of thrust and efficiency.
Propelling and .
Propelling the reaction mass to solar escape velocity is another way to ensure that it will not remain a hazard.
Propelling idea of " non-plot " within Einstein on the Beach, its libretto employs solfège syllables, numbers, and short sections of poetry.
They were converted into Propelling Control Vehicles ( PCV ) and used as a kind of driving trailer car at the end of locomotive-hauled parcels trains.
The provincial committee party and government are presently drafting the " Opinions on Propelling China Scientific City Construction " report which is expected to come out soon.
It also allows a Class 90 to work a push-pull passenger train with a Driving Van Trailer ( DVT ), DBSO or Propelling Control Vehicle.
charges and for
Platoons of Hearst agents were traveling from state to state in a surprisingly successful search for delegates at the coming convention, and there were charges that money was doing a large part of the persuading.
Second, we will see how Sidney answered the charges, for while Sidney's essay was not specifically a reply to Gosson, his arguments do support the new theater.
The applicant pays the rest of the cost, but his own time spent on the work and charges for the use of equipment which he owns may be applied toward his share of the cost.
If the dance teachers of America make it their business to prepare their young charges for the gymnastics that must come some day if our schools are really responsible, we will be that much ahead.
Since charges are relatively the same, reserving a car before you leave for Europe will assure you of having one on tap when you want it.
The actual over-all cost, for the first month, will perhaps not be too much lower than the rental charges for the same period of time, but you will receive a new car.
Those were his only interludes behind bars, although he collected four more charges on his police record in 1921 and 1922, three for burglary and one for robbery.
The word " electron " was coined in 1891 by the Irish physicist George Stoney whilst analyzing elementary charges for the first time.
He responded to questioning with charges of apostasy and handed out harsh punishments for the slightest deviations.
Matured and repentant through his experiences Himmelstoß later asks for forgiveness from his previous charges.
* 1990 – Iran Contra Affair: John Poindexter is found guilty of five charges for his part in the scandal ( the conviction is later reversed on appeal ).
Following charges of illegal marketing, settlements by two large pharmaceutical companies in the US set records for the largest criminal fines ever imposed on corporations.
Drinking at inappropriate times, and behavior caused by reduced judgment, can lead to legal consequences, such as criminal charges for drunk driving or public disorder, or civil penalties for tortious behavior, and may lead to a criminal sentence.
The two charges passed in the House ( largely with Republican support, but with a handful of Democratic votes as well ) were for perjury and obstruction of justice.
Early BBSes were often a local phenomenon, as one had to dial into a BBS with a phone line and would have to pay additional long distance charges for a BBS out of the local calling area.
Joshua charges the leaders of the Israelites to remain faithful to Yahweh and the covenant, warning of judgement should Israel leave Yahweh and follow other gods ; Joshua meets with all the people and reminds them of Yahweh's great works for them, and of the need to love Yahweh alone.
Obadiah describes an encounter with God who addresses Edom ’ s arrogance and charges them for their violent actions against their brother nation, the House of Jacob.
The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and as with all other national museums in the United Kingdom it charges no admission fee.
Corbett was immediately arrested for violation of his orders, but Stanton later had the charges dropped.
He was acquitted on these charges but was described by the court martial judges as being " entirely unfitted " for his command.
Jim Vadim Pesnak, 63, and his wife Eugenia, 60, went to jail for six and two years, respectively, on charges of manslaughter for their involvement in the death of Morris, when Pesnak delayed seeking medical attention.
charges and tube
An initiator such as shock tube, cannon fuse ( or even a conventional detonator ) does not deliver sufficient shock to detonate charges comprising TNT, Composition B, ANFO and many other high explosives.
In 1926, the Hungarian engineer Kálmán Tihanyi explained in detail that the principle of " storing " electrical charges in proportion to the amount of light received throughout each scanning cycle results in a much more sensitive video camera tube.
Once the charges are verified by the section leader, the round is dropped down the muzzle of the tube.
Eventually engineers developed a technique of detonating small explosive charges ( which they called " bombs ") outside the combustion chamber through a tangential tube ( RDX, C4 or black powder were used ) while the engine was firing, which allowed them to determine exactly how the running chamber responded to variations in pressure and to determine how to nullify these oscillations.
An American destroyer fires depth charges at Sea Tiger, but Sherman shoots the nurses ' underwear out a torpedo tube.
charges and artillery
A howitzer is a type of artillery piece characterized by a relatively short barrel and the use of comparatively small propellant charges to propel projectiles at relatively high trajectories, with a steep angle of descent.
In the taxonomies of artillery pieces used by European ( and European-style ) armies in the eighteenth, 19th, and 20th centuries, the howitzer stood between the " gun " ( characterized by a longer barrel, larger propelling charges, smaller shells, higher velocities, and flatter trajectories ) and the " mortar " ( which was meant to fire at even higher angles of ascent and descent ).
Thermite can permanently disable artillery pieces without the use of explosive charges, and therefore thermite can be used when silence is necessary to an operation.
Alfred Dreyfus ( ; 9 October 1859 – 12 July 1935 ) was a French artillery officer of Jewish background whose trial and conviction in 1894 on charges of treason became one of the most tense political dramas in modern French and European history.
Kilpatrick used artillery on the heights overlooking Morrisville Station and cavalry charges to push the Confederates out of the small village leaving many needed supplies behind.
The German and Walloon tercios fled from the battlefield, while the Spanish remained on the field with their commander, repulsing four cavalry charges by the French and never breaking formation, despite repeated heavy artillery bombardment.
Hyder's artillery was ineffective, and the disciplined British cut down repeated cavalry charges, again inflicting severe casualties.
Elaborate trench and bunker systems were employed by the Māori to withstand British artillery barrages, poison-gas shells and bayonet charges during the New Zealand Wars in the 1840s.
Arista ordered cavalry charges to flank the artillery gunners, but the American " Flying Artillery " was able to mobilize and relocate.
IEDs may use artillery shells or conventional high-explosive charges as their explosive load as well as homemade explosives.
He was arrested by the authorities in September and held until 1942, when he was put on trial in the Riom Trial on charges of treason, for having " weakened France's defenses " by ordering her arsenal shipped to Spain, leaving France's infantry unsupported by heavy artillery on the eastern front against Nazi Germany.
The Middle Guard broke completely but the Old Guard ( and some of the Young Guard ) battalions held their formation and secured the retreat of the remainder of the French Army before being almost annihilated by British and Prussian artillery fire and cavalry charges.
Here the Boers occupied several koppies, but with no better luck, as they were similarly forced off by artillery and infantry charges.
In this battle, Obregón developed a defense " in depth " that proved very effective against the offense-heavy cavalry charges and artillery techniques used at that time, and was based on his study of the trench conflict ( World War I ) then raging in Europe.
Despite being under constant artillery fire, the six British and two Hannovarian battalions drove off repeated cavalry charges with musket fire and inflicted serious casualties on the French.
It is only since the late 19th century that straight charges have become less successful, especially since the introduction of the machine gun and breech-loading artillery.
Explosives can also be used to clear mine fields, either by artillery bombardment, or with specialised charges such as Bangalore torpedos, the Antipersonnel Obstacle Breaching System and the Python Minefield Breaching System.
A result of the Mamluk cavalry charges proving to be no match for the Ottoman artillery and the janissaries.
One highly successful tactic employed by Walker was the creeping attack, where two ships would work together to keep contact with a U – boat whilst attacking ; a refinement of this was the barrage attack, which had three or more sloops in line to launch depth charges to saturate the area with depth charges in a manner similar to a rolling barrage by artillery in advance of an infantry attack.
At the time of development of the first modern breechloaders in the mid-19th century, gunpowder propellant charges for artillery were typically loaded in cloth bags, which combusted totally on firing.
When it was considered that the artillery had sufficiently demoralized the enemy, successive charges were delivered from one wing then the other ; the cavalry first fired their matchlocks and arrows then closed with the sword, spear and the mace, fighting was series of skirmishes ending in individual combat.
A series of Union charges finally forced Stuart's horse artillery to withdraw, and then his cavalry.
It was used to design ballistics tables to help the United States military estimate where artillery shells of various mass would land when fired at varying angles and gunpowder charges, also accounting for drift caused by wind.