Depositing a metallic coating on a metal immersed in a liquid solution, without the aid of an external electric current. Also called dip plating.
Incapable of being mixed without separation phases. Water and petroleum oil are immiscible under most conditions, although they can be made miscible with the addition of an emulsifier.
A state of resistance to corrosion or anodic dissolution of a metal caused by thermodynamic stability of the metal.
Inmarsat Mobile Number
International Maritime Organization.United Nation agency created the 6 March 1948, located in London and taking care of all shipping matters.
International Maritime Pilot's Association. Located in Belgium, but mostly managed from the Netherlands.
The day on which the availability of a prospectus is advertised, and a flotation is officially.
A general term for instruments which sample atmospheric suspensoids by impaction. Same as impactometer.
The part of the rotating element of a dynamic compressor that imparts energy to the flowing medium by means of centrifugal force. It consists of a number of blades mounted so as to rotate with the shaft.
A form of erosion-corrosion generally associated with the local impingement of a high-velocity. Flowing fluid against a solid surface.
The volatility of the underlying instrument implied by the market value option's.
To receive goods from a foreign country.
A document required and issued by some national governments authorizing the importation of goods.
Direct current supplied by a device employing a power source external to the electrode system of a cathodic protection installation.
Noise of less than one second's duration which occurs as an isolated event, or as one of a series of events with a repeat it ion rate of less than 15 times per second .
A turbine that is driven by high velocity jets of water or steam from a nozzle directed to vanes or buckets attached to a wheel. (A pelton wheel is an impulse hydroturbine).
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Cargo moving under Customs control where duty has not yet been paid.
The transaction or interchange that occurs at the time a container is received by a rail terminal or water port from another carrier.
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