## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 266Pergamon Press, 1958 Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-1859. cf. Index to v. 1-120 of the Journal, p. [415] |

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**velocity**during the systole , the**velocity**was taken as an almost square pulse , as shown in Fig . 3 . The magnitude of the pulse was calculated to give a volume of flow of 65 cm.3 of blood during the pulse ( 1 ) . During the diastole ...Page 179

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**velocity**, and specified values of altitude , say 7. , and of horizontal**velocity**, say έ .. Thus , we have three functions of the type used in Eq . 2.12 , gi g2 g3 = = = no હું 76 b = - - 0 , કું . = na = 0 , 0 . ( 4.1 ) We wish ...Page 400

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**velocity**information . By first using the smoothing provided by the inertial system a signal which can be differentiated to give accurate instantaneous**velocity**can be generated . In addition the inertial system can extrapolate beyond ...### Contents

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Effects of Unipolar Air Ions on Microorganisms and on Evaporation | 9 |

Plastics in the Space Age JOHN H Lux | 21 |

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