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For mains electricity it is close to 0 if you behave responsibly. For static electricity it depends on the environment that you live in: indoors in cold climates, with synthetic fibres in carpets and dry air, the probability is quite high. However, many people will not register the shock even if there is an electrical discharge.
too many times for you too imagine with a subatomic discharge in the human neo cortex
Each pump is different, but you should get somewhere about 6000 gph
No coefficient of discharge is not constant. It is a function of many parameters like :The ratio of the length of the orifice to diameter of orificeReynolds numberflow condition-whether it is increasing or decreasingPressure at the exit of the orifice (back pressure)Orifice entry condition- like smooth entry, sharp edged entry etc.
You set the input number by sliding the center sliding part arrow, to align with a number on the static part. There are many scales along the ruler, where you can pick off the answer by reading across.
twice as many more than f-16
There have been over 2,350 built so far.
The RAF have approximately 30 Hercules. These are now being supplemented by the Airbus A400.
whips were used.
They used many things like whips and many others in which they did you canes.
There is one that I know of. It is Plasma static electricity
If someone wishes to remove static, there are many examples of good anti static products. Static-A-Way is a detergent that removes static from clothes when washed. Grounding wrist bands remove static when working on computers.
There are many different types of electrostatic discharge. Some examples include electric sparks such as from lightning, corona discharge, and brush discharge.
Many many times, often by killing slave owners who mistreated them. Slavers who used whips had their throats slit.
Static electromagnetic force is many, many billions of times stronger than gravitational force.
Many say that the weopons have changed by from the Am. revolution from muskets to machine guns, from cannons to tanks, and minute men to snipers. Today we have fighter jets, c130's and many other expensive weapons.