| As gaps at the bottom of hedgerows create a wind tunnel effect
, consider laying your hedges - Lantra has courses.
Given that her once bonnie face was already beginning to head towards that weird wind tunnel effect
after previous ops, I dread to think what she'll look like when the stitches come out.
Speaking about the conditions she saw on Wednesday, Lindsay added: "Greatham has a bit of a tunnel effect
anyway, the wind was just wild."
When doors are open at both ends, a wind tunnel effect
is created, cold air at high velocity is drawn into the shed.
Santoni call this "the tunnel effect
," arguing that 'streets kill." The 'tunnel effect
' has a particularly strong psychological effect on individual soldiers, who suddenly feel that they could be an easy target at any moment.
Comparing with the PA, the most prominent advantage is that our algorithm can avoid the "tunnel effect
"It gets very windy here anyway, there is a tunnel effect
because of the way the streets are.
There is no tension in the skin in this procedure, so there is no wind tunnel effect
. The operation took around two hours and Shirley was able to go home.
In addition, using it on the wall at the end of a hallway can create interest, reduce the tunnel effect
, and ultimately brighten up a room.
Councillors were also pleased that the blocks would deal with a ground level wind tunnel effect
which has been a nuisance to users of Alpha Tower for years.
5 2014: Tower block 'wind tunnel' A BIRMINGHAM councillor warned that a new city centre tower block could create a gale force wind tunnel effect
and called for tests to be carried out for safety reasons ahead of construction.