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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for KENYA.
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Al Marri added: "Al Saada is a first-of-its-kind for the MENA region, unique in its ability to transform kinetic energy - generated by exercise - into electricity, using innovative devices.
The Integrated Kinetic Energy calculation that TIKE is based on was more than 300 terajoules for Hurricane Sandy.
Emphasize the key themes in this challenge--potential and kinetic energy--by asking questions such as: What are some examples of potential and kinetic energy in your paddleboat?
The objective of the Bomb and Warhead Division is to encourage the development and fielding of improved military capabilities and the sustainment of a defense industrial base necessary to achieve these accomplishments; to provide a forum for the exchange of technical concepts, design techniques, and test and evaluation data related to bombs, warheads and both kinetic energy and explosive munitions of all types, including those for use against armor, ships, aircraft, submarines, structures and vehicles; and to recognize leadership and technical contributions to the field of warhead technology.
The kinetic energy available to be converted in any moving body, of any substance, depends on the mass and velocity of the moving substance.
Ten years after first thinking about how to harvest kinetic energy, Aaron LeMieux had a basement laboratory and a rough prototype of a passive kinetic energy charger, but in order to move forward, he had to get his wife on board.
That kinetic energy transfers to the coin on his ear, shooting it skyward.
Delivering 3" to 4" of clean penetration before fragmenting, the round is made with controlled expansion features designed to penetrate through hide and bone and deliver all kinetic energy inside the target.
He says that it's all about kinetic energy and potential energy.
The Audi energy recovery system, which uses kinetic energy during deceleration, increases efficiency, particularly in urban traffic and saves fuel -- up to three percent, depending on the driving cycle, a company statement said.
Imagine being able to capture and store the kinetic energy you generate by walking, jogging, or biking and then using that renewable energy to charge your phone, Mp3 player, or GPS devices.
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