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Ls Land 01-14-14 Land Use Agenda With Backup.pdf //2014/11-14-14 Friday Packet/ ; Land Use Committee Kesseler Report.pdf //2014/11-14-14 . Issue 14 Fairywood Lsm 001 Ls Land Rar I don't think so - and I'm fairly sure it's not spam or anything like that. Anyways, I usually make a comment if I find anything interesting but I haven't found anything interesting in a long time. So I'll just make a post. A: The link ls-land.issue.14.fairywood leads to this page: where the large images are contained. The 1st image Just clicked through on the left tab from the website. It took me to: which displays an animated image. If I click through to the big image it shows that the page has been removed. Many underwater applications require remotely powered vehicles. Examples include: (1) Underwater vehicles used for submersible oceanographic equipment, such as for communication, surveying, and research. (2) Underwater vehicles used for recovering sunken objects, such as boats or airplanes. (3) Underwater vehicles used for pollution monitoring. (4) Underwater vehicles used for pipeline monitoring. (5) Underwater vehicles used for underwater welding. Remotely powered vehicles are subject to severe in-water forces that create problems for the vehicle and operator. For instance, for underwater communication vehicle, excessive battery power can heat up and get damaged. In the case of underwater welding, the welding current used to weld the underwater object must be generated in the remotely powered vehicle. However, because the current must pass through the objects in the weldment, this requires that the electrical path connecting the underwater vehicle to the water be long enough to also accommodate the welding current. Thus, the electrical current path to the underwater vehicle must be well




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