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  1. Water channel: Main article: Ship model basin A water channel is an experimental tank for studying resistance and propulsion behaviour of ships, submarines, or other sea vessels. In the study of naval architecture, its general purpose is to allow understanding of the motion behavior of ships in advance.
  2. Water Channel was a digital cable television channel that aired programming devoted to water sports. It was the only channel of its kind in the world that focused on water lifestyle, featuring programming of interest to those who enjoy activities in and around water. Water Channel was independently owned and operated by MCE Television Networks Inc.

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Google previewBrain Edema XI (2012)

Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom, June 6–10, 1999 by A.D. Mendelow, A. Baethmann, Z. Czernicki, J.T. Hoff, umeo ito, H.E. James, T. Kuroiwa, A. Marmarou, L.F. Marshall, H.-.J. Reulen

Springer-Verlag 2000 Summary Water channel is a protein which regulates transcellular water permeability. Among mRNA expression of six principal mammalian water channels, AQ4 mRNA expression was highest in the brain. Water channels are supposed to regulate cerebral edema but the detailed physiological and pathological function is unknown. Brain edema has been analyzed as an aspect of ion channel injury or membrane injury. However the transportation of water ...

Google previewPocket Crossword Dictionary (2009)

by B. J. Holmes

water-basin LAVER water, behave like FLOW water bird SWAN water channel GUTTER water control TAP water course STREAM water, deep TROUBLE water, dabble in PADDLE water, drops of RAIN water escaping LEAK water excess FLOOD water, foreign EAU water, go through ROW; SWIM water-heater BOILER water, in deep anagram indicator water, lacking NEAT; ...

Google previewDictionary of Water and Waste Management (2005)

by Paul G Smith

runnel A small water channel, a rivulet. runoff Rainwater, molten snow or other meteoric water that runs off the surface. It has several components, including overland flow and channel precipitation (falling directly on the stream). runoff coefficient, impermeability c. A fraction that indicates how much ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Construction, Surveying, and Civil Engineering (2012)

by Christopher Gorse, David Johnston, Martin Pritchard

sluice An artificial water channel or floodgate, used to control the flow of water. slump The collapse or downwards movement of a body under its own weight, e.g. the vertical downwards movement of concrete in a *slump test. slumping The movement of a.

Google previewThe Encyclopædia Britannica, or, Dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature (1858)

To estimate truly the beneficial effects of these important changes on the scouring power of the Tay and the Lune, it must be kept in view, that in both cases the increased volume of tidal water, being obtained by the enlargement of the low- water channel, ...

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