OHU

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AcronymDefinition
OHUOverhead Unit (Head-up Guidance System)
OHUOccupational Health Unit (UK)
OHUOverseas Home Ported Unit
OHUOld Hindlimb-Unloaded (physiology)
OHUOccupational Hand Use
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Other improvements in the overhead unit include increased accuracy in crowded areas, due to an ability to mask out objects that encroach into the measurement zone.
In the case where overhead collectors are used, the best results use the filtered exhaust air to push the ambient dirty air toward the next overhead unit. With the use of four big units using the push-pull system, they will keep the area in a 40-foot by 60-foot room fairly clean.
Attention was focused on the injection systems: angle-shaped overhead unit injectors for the FOCS engines and single-cylinder fuel pump connected to the fuel injector by a short tube on the larger CHD engines.
The unearthed monuments included a number of connected walls--which were built according to varied designs and methods--as well as large overhead units and remains of various types of food with cooked inside of them.
The third bedroom also has fitted wardrobes, vanity unit with drawers and three overhead units.
Bangalore, India, August 31, 2016 --(PR.com)-- A data center consists of core units and overhead units. Core units are those units, which are essential for the operation of a data center and directly influence the performance and process of data center services.
In the winter, heat from the overhead units rose to the ceiling, failing to warm the employees working at the ground level.
The master bedroom has a double-glazed window to the front, fitted wardrobes with matching overhead units and a chest of drawers, plus an en-suite bathroom.
Creating a unified fire department budget reduced the costs for separate overhead units of multiple districts throughout the county.
With no big plumes of steam emitting from the kettle, this is a great choice for work surfaces with overhead units and concealed spotlights.