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Ground and wall signs contained geodetic geopotencialiniu altitudes (leveling), the geodetic coordinates and ellipsoidal heights setting (GPNS measurements) and the acceleration of gravity determination (gravimetric measurements) Lithuanian South, East, North, West and Central regions of the territory of the Republic of Lithuania quasigeoid model Revision and the territory of the Republic of Lithuania vertical network of geodetic vertical motion model of Time limit for receipt of requests for documents or for accessing documents: 18.
Changing buoyancy forces caused by a liquid level change act upon the spring-supported displacer of the transmitter, causing a vertical motion of the core within the Macro Sensors AC-operated LVDT Linear Position Sensor installed near the top of the transmitter.
The north-south asymmetry will disappear and the vertical motions of stars in the solar neighbourhood will revert back to their equilibrium orbits unless we get hit again.
Sean's project, called "Wave Energy," involved using the vertical motion of wave energy to drive a magnet through a wire coil, and, in the process, generating an alternating current in the coil.
With its innovative design, the plate meets even the most stringent demands and not only creates vertical motion, but also an additional circular flow pattern.
Its NP-GII line is offered in three styles, each featuring servo drive for the traverse and vertical motion, and pneumatic drive for the strip stroke, all controlled by its STEC controller that reportedly keeps movements accurate to [+ or -] 0.
They also result in substantially less vertical motion and mechanical work in lifting the body -- a phenomenon you can sort of observe watching clips of Pistorius in competition.
Running with prosthetic blades leads to less vertical motion combined with less mechanical work for lifting the body.