"The Navy fuel depot property and adjacent EPA property allows a secure release point
, with easy, safe access for spectators and students," said Polley.
Club members take their pigeons to Chicopee, where they are put into a racing truck and taken to different release points
to fly back to their owners' homes.
Particle concentrations then began to decrease with respect to time and distance from the aerosol release point
. Differences, however, were observed with respect to particle size and airflow alignment (Table 2 and Figure 4).
floridanum was 146 m from the release point
of a pepper greenhouse; and in this greenhouse the parasitoids were found on the yellow sticky cards hung above the plants in the last row at both ends of the greenhouse.
The first pair moved farther from the release point
than the second did.
The head remains calm and the weight kept back until the swing begins or the baseball reaches the release point
. At this time, the weight must transfer to the front side.
, hence release angle, is measured by a laser sensor, average moisture and CD profiles by IQInsight and cationic charge demand by kajaaniCATi.
* Establish a GAC control team responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing the GAC movement out of the ISB to the release point
. A well-organized GAC team has personnel responsible for staging, preventive maintenance checks and services, load plans, and march unit manifests and is resourced for 24-hour operations.
In the past, aircraft flew missions in which the weapons release point
was known before takeoff.
The surface design has a higher release point
that shortens product contact time and adhesion and facilitates a cleaner release.
This enabled the PAD team to update and refine the Computed Aerial Release Point
in realtime while aboard the aircraft.
The effective dose equivalent of the reference accident via inhalation is 55mSv at a distance of 70 metres from the release point
and 1 mSv at a distance of 2,250 metres.