In literature:
The best divers, without doubt, could never much exceed a minute in submersion.
"Eight Years' Wandering in Ceylon" by Samuel White Baker
A big submersible breaks water suddenly.
"Actions and Reactions" by Rudyard Kipling
It felt wonderfully good after that long submersion in the Marne.
"The Forest of Swords" by Joseph A. Altsheler
Now and then they have swung down partly beneath the sea, and during their submersion they received a share of sediments.
"Outlines of the Earth's History" by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
They were coming to the surface after a period of submersion.
"The Emigrant Trail" by Geraldine Bonner
A depth of about three yards and a half did not give them a very great submersion.
"The Wizard of the Sea" by Roy Rockwood
They are submersed aquatics, or a few of them with long-stalked, floating leaves.
"Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany" by Douglas Houghton Campbell
However, they suffered but little inconvenience, and no bad results followed from their submersions.
"Three Boys in the Wild North Land" by Egerton Ryerson Young
Jack arose after a deep submersion, and floundered on shore blowing and spluttering.
"Mr. Midshipman Easy" by Captain Frederick Marryat
Most of the payments on the submersible had already been made.
"Dave Darrin on Mediterranean Service" by H. Irving Hancock
The submersible was of good size, being over two hundred feet in length.
"The Rover Boys Under Canvas" by Arthur M. Winfield
All the men were told to cluster on the poop, to ease the ship, the tumultuously-upheaving waves threatening instant submersion.
"Grace Darling" by Eva Hope
The submersible was sighted on July 1, 1915, by a French aeroplane.
"The Story of the Great War, Volume V (of 12)"
Atlantis, submersion of, 9.
"Principles of Geology" by Charles Lyell
She would track the submersion, step by step, amused, interested, concerned.
"What Not" by Rose Macaulay
It was all corroded with its long submersion in salt water but quite intact.
"The Red Derelict" by Bertram Mitford
Of course, the ship and the submersible might not meet at all.
"Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound" by Alice B. Emerson
I please to call my invention a submersible merchantman.
"The Men Who Wrought" by Ridgwell Cullum
His submersion in the icy water had been a serious matter.
"Carolyn of the Corners" by Ruth Belmore Endicott
In 1904 three vessels, designated X, Y, and Z, were completed, which could achieve submersion in the short space of two minutes.
"Great Inventions and Discoveries" by Willis Duff Piercy
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In news:
Filmmaker James Cameron became the first person to make a solo dive to Challenger Deep, the deepest known point in the ocean, in a custom-built submersible.
Deck crew work to secure a manned deep submersible after retrieval during undersea research of Zhemchug Canyon in the Bering Sea, off the Greenpeace support vessel M/V Esperanza.
Armed with a bright idea, Mr Hawkes set off to Great Yarmouth on England's east coast to found his own company, Offshore Submersions Ltd, now known as the OSEL Group.
Semi- submersible Rig 'Erik Raude' Contracted.
Ocean Rig UDW Inc has received a Letter of Intent to contract one of its semi- submersible drilling rigs, "Eirik Raude", from an oil major.
A semi- submersible drug trafficking vessel afloat in international waters in the Eastern Pacific Ocean on Jan, 7, 2009.
That is too much even for Alvin, the most famous of the world's tiny submersibles, which can take a pilot and two scientists down to a maximum depth of 2.8 miles.
Shock Hazard Test Probe for Submersible Luminaires for Use in a Pool.
Earlier on Wednesday one of the robotic submersibles apparently collided with the structure and closed a vent.
A subsidiary of Seadrill to buy the ultra-deepwater semi-submersible rig 'Songa Eclipse' for a price of US$ 590-million.
Submersion rating, environmentally friendly, see-through door.
Keith Shepherd is General Manager of the Canadian Scientific Submersible Facility and pilots both manned submersibles and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
It hasn't been uncommon for Colombian authorities to catch narco-traffickers with semi-submersible submarines, but smugglers using fully submersible subs is more unusual.
It hasnít been uncommon for Colombian authorities to catch narco-traffickers with semi-submersible submarines, but smugglers using fully submersible subs is more unusual.
Public Work Utilities Division technician David Bodway with Cousin It, one of two submersible pumps at a City of Peoria, Ariz.
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In science:
M, ω ) of dimension 2n; • build a (cooriented) contact manifold (N, α) of dimension 2n + 1 and a submersion π : N → M such that dα = π ∗ω ; • deﬁne on the manifold P = N × R a natural symplectic structure µ.
Reduction,Induction and Ricci flat symplectic connections
Assume the reduction of Σ = {x ∈ P | µx(S, E ) = 1} by the ﬂow of E has a manifold structure M with π : Σ → M a surjective submersion.
Reduction,Induction and Ricci flat symplectic connections
Then N = G1/H ′ admits a natural submersion π on M and has a contact structure α such that dα = π ∗ω .
Reduction,Induction and Ricci flat symplectic connections
Assume that the quotient Σ/ ∼ has a 2n dimensional manifold M structure so that π : Σ → Σ/ ∼= M is a smooth submersion.
Reduction,Induction and Ricci flat symplectic connections
Given a submersion f : M → g∗, let df ⊂ TM ⊕ T ∗M denote the subbundle spanned by the differentials dfξ for ξ ∈ g.
Symmetries in generalized K\"{a}hler geometry
By restricting to a neighborhood of f−1(0), we may assume that G acts freely, and that hence f is a submersion.
Symmetries in generalized K\"{a}hler geometry
Assume that the pro jections π1 : Z → X and π2 : Z → Y are submersions at each point of Z .
Mixed norm estimates for certain generalized Radon transforms
Let Π : Y → R be a submersion such that the ﬁbers Π−1 (t) are transverse to the curves γ ∗ x .
Mixed norm estimates for certain generalized Radon transforms
More speciﬁcally, if f : M → g∗ is a submersion, then df⊥ C ⊂ TCM ⊕ T ∗ CM is closed under the H-twisted Courant bracket for any closed H ∈ Ω3(M).
Reduction of twisted generalized K\"ahler structure
If dim νπN = const. and dim(νπN ∩ T N ) = const., N has a foliation C (N ) with tangent bund le T C = νπN ∩ T N, and in case the leaves of C (N ) are the ﬁbers of a submersion s : N → Q, Q has a reduced generalized c.p.s. structure ΦQ of Φ via (N, νπN ).
Reduction and submanifolds of generalized complex manifolds
Let ι : N ֒→ (M, Φ) be an A-invariant submanifold such that: 1) rank ι∗̟ = const., 2) the leaves of the foliation C (N ) (T C = νπN ∩ T N ) are the ﬁbers of a submersion s : N → Q.
Reduction and submanifolds of generalized complex manifolds
Assume that the level set Mγ = J −1 (γ ) is non void and the foliation of Mγ by the orbits of Gγ is by the ﬁbers of a submersion s : M → Q.
Reduction and submanifolds of generalized complex manifolds
For v |∞, the map jv : Gsc (Fv ) → G(Fv ) is submersive.
Rational points on compactifications of semi-simple algebraic groups
K is a codimension 2 submanifold with trivial normal bundle, the binding, • θ : M \K → S 1 is a submersion (i.e. a ﬁbration) such that in a trivialization D2 × K of a neighborhood of K, it coincides with the angular coordinate.
A higher dimensional generalization of taut foliations
The restriction of (f, B, ∆) to Fo deﬁnes a function to CP1 which is a submersion away from a (possibly inﬁnite) set of isolated critical points, for which we have complex charts in which the function is the unique nondegenerate complex quadratic form.
A higher dimensional generalization of taut foliations
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