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- The building's elevators are supplied by Mitsubishi Electric and travel at a little over 7 m/s (1400 fpm), making them the fastest in San Diego.
- The hood is designed to provide high capture velocities, often greater than 50 m/s (10,000 fpm) at the contaminant release point.
- 10 m/s (20 fpm).
- In 2019, KiwiRail changed the rate of flashing lights at level crossings from 85 fpm (flashes per minute) to the standard laid down by the "American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association" of 50 fpm so that a new order for level crossing equipment did not have non-standard requirements.
- This is done using the twin wire-arc spray process where the wire is the braze alloy, deposited on the tube as it is being manufactured at 200-400 fpm.
- , had achieved a 100 fpm (0.51 m/s) sink rate and had been launched by auto-tow, aero-tow and bungee, but had not been foot-launched.
- Single seat monoplane, Top Speed 120 mph. Stall 39 mph. Rate of Climb fpm 650. Length 16.5 Wing Span 26.7, Landing gear Tail Wheel.
- The aircraft has a very low power off sink rate of about 350 fpm (1.78 m/s).
- To minimize the buildup of dust, each material has a minimum carrying velocity, lime = about 2800 fpm., cement about 3200 fpm, and lead dust about 4200 fpm.
- Converting from the standard three-blade propellers to smaller diameter Hartzell four-blade propellers results in a climb rate improved by 200 fpm (1.01 m/s) and a [...] increase in cruise speed as well as reducing cabin noise and improving ground clearance.
- Ascent rates used with the Bühlmann decompression algorithms originally varied with altitude to follow the relative pressure variations caused by atmospheric pressure at altitude, from 59 fpm at 1000ft to 34 fpm at 15000 ft, but appear to be mostly [...] per minute in 21st century dive computers using this popular algorithm.
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