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Possible Answers: EEL, TUNA, EAT, EELS, TAI, OPAH, SEAEEL, KOICARP.
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Random information on the term “EEL”:
Entwicklung und Erprobung von Leichtflugzeugen (English: Development and Testing of Light Aircraft), usually just EEL, is a German aircraft design firm based in Putzbrunn. The company was founded in 1976 by Heiner Neumann and Dieter Reich. It specializes in the design of gliders and motor gliders, provided in the form of plans for amateur construction.
Both Neumann and Reich studied aeronautics in the early 1960s while at the Technical University of Berlin. Reich designed the two aircraft marketed by EEL.
The EEL ULF 1, a foot-launched microlift glider that weighs 55 kg (121 lb) empty, first flew in November 1977. The EEL ULF 2 is a single-seat motorglider that first flew in October 1993. As a result of his design work on the ULF 2 Reich received the Oskar Ursinus Vereinigung (OUV) Hans-Becker-Prize in June 1997.
Random information on the term “TUNA”:
Transurethral incision of the prostate (TUIP or TIP) is a surgical procedure for treating prostate gland enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia).
Transurethral incision of the prostate-—one or two small cuts in the prostate gland—can improve urine flow and correct other problems related to an enlarged prostate.
Compared with other surgical procedures for prostate gland enlargement, TUIP is simpler and generally has fewer complications. TUIP isn’t always an option, however, because the procedure is only used when the prostate is relatively small.
Random information on the term “EAT”:
The Elenium is a series of fantasy novels by American writer David Eddings. The series consists of three volumes:
The series is followed by The Tamuli.
The Elenium is Eddings’ third fantasy series.
Sparhawk, a Pandion Knight, has returned to his hometown Cimmura after ten years of exile in Rendor.
He finds his Queen and former pupil, Ehlana, has fallen ill, having been poisoned by Annias, the Primate (an ecclesiastical rank) of Cimmura. Queen Ehlana has been encased in diamond by magic performed by Sephrenia, the Styric tutor of magic to the Pandion Knights. The diamond will keep Queen Ehlana alive for up to 12 months while a cure is found.
To aid him on his quest, Sparhawk takes his childhood friend and fellow Pandion Knight Kalten, his squire Kurik, and Sephrenia. In a show of unity, the other three Church Knight Orders also send their champions to be his companions: Genidian Knight Ulath of Thalesia, Alcione Knight Tynian of Deira, and Cyrinic Knight Bevier of Arcium.
Random information on the term “EELS”:
Energy-filtered transmission electron microscopy (EFTEM) is a technique used in transmission electron microscopy, in which only electrons of particular kinetic energies are used to form the image or diffraction pattern. The technique can be used to aid chemical analysis of the sample in conjunction with complementary techniques such as electron crystallography.
If a very thin sample is illuminated with a beam of high-energy electrons, then a majority of the electrons will pass unhindered through the sample but some will interact with the sample, being scattered elastically or inelastically (phonon scattering, plasmon scattering or inner shell ionisation). Inelastic scattering results in both a loss of energy and a change in momentum, which in the case of inner shell ionisation is characteristic of the element in the sample.
If the electron beam emerging from the sample is passed through a magnetic prism, then the flight path of the electrons will vary depending on their energy. This technique is used to form spectra in Electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS), but it is also possible to place an adjustable slit to allow only electrons with a certain range of energies through, and reform an image using these electrons on a detector.
Random information on the term “TAI”:
Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux was a private French airline, based at Orly Airport, Paris. In 1963, it was merged with Union Aéromaritime de Transport on 1 October 1963 to form UTA French Airlines.
In the early 1950s its routes were Paris – Tunis – Damascus – Karachi – Bangkok – Saigon – Hanoi, Paris – Algiers – Fort Lamy (now N’Djamena) – Douala – Brazzaville – Tananarive (Antananarivo), Paris – Casablanca – Bamako – Abidjan, and Paris – Casablanca – Bamako – Dakar.
By 1957 the route continued beyond Saigon to Darwin, Brisbane, Noumea, and Auckland. As the airport for Tahiti began construction, T.A.I. began to fly to Bora Bora on the Society Islands in French Polynesia in 1958. Until the Papeete Airport in Tahiti airport opened in 1960, the island was served by TAI Short Solent flying boats.
In the late 1950s the airline flew the Sud-Est Armagnac, a French manufactured airliner, as well as Douglas DC-4s and Douglas DC-6s with these aircraft having a light green livery with white cabin top and fin. They bought their first Douglas DC-8 jet airliners during 1960. The company extended its service to Jakarta in Indonesia. The livery changed to an attractive yellow, green, and black striped tail with “T.A.I.” on it, and a green stripe down the fuselage. The February 1959 Official Airline Guide (OAG) lists eleven departures a week from Paris Orly Airport: seven DC-6Bs to mainland Africa, two to Tananarive, one to Auckland and one DC-7C to Djakarta. In 1960, the airline was serving the Bora Bora Airport in French Polynesia with Douglas DC-7C flights nonstop to Honolulu with continuing, no change of plane service to Los Angeles and was also operating direct DC-7C service between Bora Bora and Noumea via a stop in Nandi.