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At its maximum size and draw weight, the Spawn shoots at 240 feet per second.
World War II descendent of the Paris Guns, the 21-centimeter K12, was an entirely new gun, which fired a conventional projectile at a muzzle velocity of 5,331 feet per second and a range of 72 miles.
Cutting down the flow in the canal to 400 cubic feet per second will begin at 7 a.
The capsule travels at about 3 feet per second, or a casual walking pace, and can speed to 10 feet per second if the miner being carried gets into trouble.
The up-and-down speed of the wing tip should he 15 to 20 miles per hour or about 10 feet per second.
The encoder's resolution is up to 5 [micro]m with quadruple evaluation, and its repeat accuracy is +/- one increment with a measuring speed up to 82 feet per second.
The shields maintain their structural integrity after baseballs are propelled at them at velocities of up to 218 feet per second, or nearly 150 miles per hour.
PSE's new X-Force Dream Season[TM] GX is a 32 1/2" bow capable of sending arrows downrange at a blistering 342 feet per second.
Within seconds they were being sucked further away from the beach at around 25 feet per second.
The pumping system to be supplied by MWI for the future G-434 and G-436 Pump Stations in Compartment B will include three diesel engine pumping systems with a capacity of 533 cubic feet per second; two diesel engine pumping systems with a capacity of 460 cubic feet per second and seven electric motor pumping systems with a capacity of 100 cubic feet per second.
It fires nails at 1,500 feet per second, faster than a .
Under normal conditions, sound waves travel only 1100 feet per second or about 1/5 of a mile.