Frigidaire Fridge Fan Making Loud Noise?

It could be water leaking from the ice maker. Shut the water off to the refrigerator for a day or two and check to see if the ice builds up. Also make sure that the doors are shutting and sealing all of the way.

1. Help! Rory, my beloved Great Dane has?

put water in the wine bottle and pour him some if he does not drink it give him a favorite toy or say"no" then walk away

2. My Iguana freaked out and almost bit my earlobe off?

eco-friendly Iguanas (i am assuming which you have a eco-friendly iguana) at the instant are not venomous! So relax! Wash the decrease with cleansing soap and water, and place a bandage and anti-biotic ointment on it, pass see the popular practitioner whilst he's back in, to be certain there is not any an infection. yet there's no longer of venture of a eco-friendly iguana being venomous!

3. traditional japanese home?

Traditional japanese houses are not even laid out like western houses. They do not even have a western style "living room". And rather than a bedroom, they just put down futon mattresses at night and store them away in a closet during the day. A Japanese bathroom is COMPLETELY different from a western bathroom. They usually sit on a stool, and wash themselves with a little bucket of water (there's a drain in the floor). Sometimes the japanese take baths... the bathtub is very tall and kind of box shaped. (The Japanese also like to bathe together!)

4. i need to know how to make an advocado pit sprout for my grandson.?

Hold the avocado pit or seed, pointy end up and use the sharp end of a wooden toothpick and push into the upper middle of the avocado pit. (You might break a few toothpicks doing this, but you can do it). Then push two more toothpicks in the avocado pit to make it even and when you turn it to you will look like the spokes of a wheel. Then put the avocado pit into a paper cup so the toothpicks rest on the edge. Put water in the cup up to the middle of the avocado pit. Thanks Then wait and wait and wait. Cause it takes about six weeks for a root to emerge from the avocado pit. But, it does, eventually. I have a 2 or three foot avocado plant growing right now in the kitchen window.

5. how to make a fishing lure out of household items?

you can make a top water lure by carving a piece of wood 3 to 4 inches long, but you can choose the size you want, make it into the shape of a regular top water lure try to get it as close as possible. you need to get two treble hooks, three screws with circles on the end, two of the mini key chain rings that hold hooks onto lures, some paint, two googly eyes,and wood sealant.1. carve wood into shape 2. paint 3. put on wood sealant 4. screw in screws 5. glue on googly eyes 6. attach mini key chain rings to screws 7. attach the two treble hooks, one n front and one in back 8.attach third screw into the front of lure at the center of it. hint: make sure you put a lot of wood sealant of it so water does not ruin it hope this helps i've caught a 23'' snook and a 31'' snook off of mine good luck

6. Question about Christian story of the Great Flood?

First, we are full of genetic disorders. Why do you think glasses, cancer, and every other hereditary disease exists? Second, there was Noah, his 3 sons, and each one's wife. All it would have taken to repopulate the earth would be marriage of first cousins, not between siblings. The three sons brought their wives, and the sons' offspring would be cousins, who would marry to repopulate the earth. Third, I do not see how Katrina disproves the Bible, but I think it's that there was not clean up after the Flood while there was with New Orleans. New Orleans has an economy, a government, and a large population to take care of; all Noah had to do was get out of the boat and build a house; what other clean up could there have possibly been? Fourth, there was geographic change. The Flood split the continents, formed the oceans, carved the Grand Canyon, took the layer of gaseous water vapor out of the atmosphere that blocked part of sunlight so that Noah was able to live several centuries, and killed the dinosaurs. Fifth, the Flood is less than half as irrational as the Big Bang. The Flood literally is just the movement of a lot of water; honestly nothing else. The Big Bang states that an egg just exploded without any reason at all, forming the universe. If that event can occur without cause ( things do not just spontaneously explode) then others can occur without cause as well; and yet by simple observation of the world everything does have a cause. The Flood is thus at most as irrational and unprovable as what every other religion states, including Atheism. There is scientific proof that the Flood is true, though it can not really fit here; and another question is, how do we prove anything in history?

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Additionally, two graphic methods were proposed to map the direction of liquid transport and its relation to skin wetness, which provides easy and direct comparison among different fabrics. Correlation analysis showed that FFWTT results have strong correlation with subjective wetness sensation, implying validity and usefulness of the instrument.FFWTT, diagrammed in , can be divided into two parts: (i) sample stage (square: 12 cm × 12 cm) and (ii) water supply part. The sample stage was made by polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) to minimize interfacial wicking between the sample and the stage. On top of the stage, the testing specimen was placed in-between two layers of standard material (ADVANTEC filter paper No.1) for examining the direction of water spread. The use of this particular filter paper could be attributed to the following reasons: (i) very good water absorption and transportation, (ii) guaranteed wetting performance with high reproducibility, (iii) flat surface with random fibre arrangement, and (iv) easily purchased at relatively low cost. A compression loading was placed above the sample to ensure even and reproducible contact between the layers. For the water supply part, syringe pump was utilized which enables constant rate of water supply and the rate of water supply is adjustable. The syringe pump and the sample stage were connected by a silicone tube with outer diameter of 3 mm and inner diameter of 1 mm. This tube, acted as a sweat gland, was used to deliver 'perspiration' away from the body. To minimize the gravitational effect on absorption, water was supplied from the bottom to the back side of the sample.Throughout the experiment, water supply was continuous under constant water flow. By switching the setting in the syringe pump, the water flow rate is adjustable to simulate different sweating levels based on the specific end-use. The physiological response (sweat rate) is assumed constant. This is useful when selecting fabric for a particular activity and environmental condition. In this study, water flow rate of 3 ml/h, 10 ml/h and 40 ml/h was investigated which simulates different levels of sweating. The relationship between water flow rate and sweat rate is demonstrated by equation (1). This assumes that sweat was uniformly distributed in our body whilst water was uniformly distributed in the entire fabric surface. Given that the surface area of the testing sample is 0.0144 m and the surface area of human body is 1.8 m , the corresponding sweat rate of human body is 375 ml/h (208 ml/m/h) when the injection speed of syringe pump is 3 ml/h. For 10 ml/h and 40 ml/h water supply, the corresponding sweat rate is 1250 ml/h (694 ml/m/h) and 5000 ml/h (2778 ml/m/h), respectively. With reference to online, the injection speed of syringe pump of 3 ml/h represents gentle walking or driving. On the other hand, the injection speed of 10 ml/h (i.e. sweat rate of 1250 ml/h) represents high speed running. For the injection speed of 40 ml/h, it was set with reference to the water supply rate of another tester, Spontaneous Uptake Water Transport Tester (SUWTT), of which the rate of water supply is fabric-dependent and ranged from 37.37 to 80.66 g/h as shown in online. This simulates extremely high level of work and approximates to the highest sweat rate of human.The targeted injection amount of water was set as 0.6 ml and the injection time varies with the injection speed as calculated by equation (2). The higher the water flow rate, the shorter the injection time is.Based on equation (2), the duration of water supply is 720 seconds at 3 ml/h water supply, 216 seconds at 10 ml/h water supply and 54 seconds at 40 ml/h water supply.Once sweating occurs, the injected water was first contacted with the bottom filter paper, followed by the fabric and the top filter paper. Here, the bottom filter paper acted as a simulated skin helps to dispense the injected water from the sweat gland (water pipe) while the combination with the top filter paper was used for characterizing the transplanar water transport behaviour. Since water absorption and transport ability of the filter papers and the test sample are different, the water gain in each layer varies, contributing to between-layer difference and between-fabric difference. The less or slower absorptive the fabric, the more the water remained on skin and the poorer the wear comfort it provides.Apart from the water flow rate, the pressure loading applied onto the sample was also adjustable in this set up. The applied pressure might be set at a higher level for tight-fitted garment and at a lower level for loose-fitted garment. Preliminary experiments suggest that the applied pressure should not be too low (around 0.5 g/cm) to ensure reproducibility of the test. The selection of pressure loading is demonstrated in the online. With reference to reproducibility and testing sensitivity, external loading of 360 g (2.5 g/cm), which is the same as the setting for the standardized water absorption tester - Gravimetric Absorption Testing System (GATS), was chosen. This loading simulates the condition when a tight-fitted garment is worn.Before the test, the sample was put onto the sample stage and compressed with an external loading. The syringe pump was switched on for a predetermined duration. After injection, the compression plate was removed and layers of textiles were separated immediately. The water gain in each layer was measured by an electronic balance. The spreading pattern of each layer was scanned by an optical scanner and the wetting area in different layers was calculated.In this study, the targeted amount of water injection (i.e. 0.6 ml) was determined with reference to the relevant test in the literature. Since termination of the test was controlled manually, there might be little variation in the injection amount. In order to minimize this variation, the amount of water absorbed by each layer was presented as fraction value. was calculated by the water absorption mass in a specific layer divided by the total absorption amount of the three layers, as shown in equation (3).The transplanar water flow was determined by the water distribution in the top and bottom filter paper. By dividing the amount of water absorption in the top filter paper with the bottom one, an index called '', which has been developed in our previous study, can be determined using equation (4). It is anticipated that this ratio could tell the transplanar wicking ability of the fabric. The higher the ratio, the more the water wicked away from the skin surface and the less the clammy sensation it provides.In addition to the gravimetric measurement, the of each layer, which reflects the in-plane wicking property of fabric, was additionally measured and expressed in cm. The larger the spreading area, the greater the area for sweat evaporation. measures the amount of water within the sample. The calculation of water content of fabric is defined in our previous work and its calculation is shown in equation (5). This parameter is affected by the geometry of the sample with its wetted area, thickness and porosity being considered. In study conducted by Ghali , water content is defined as the fraction of the void space that is filled with liquid. At 100% water content, all void space in the sample is filled with liquid. At 0% water content, there is no liquid presenting in the sample excluding the moisture regain from air. In general, the higher the water content within a fabric, the less comfortable it will be.
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