not by just cranking but if you let it run long it can run hot from lack of water flow and blow head gasket or crack ahead allways a good idea to have good antifreeze mixture not by just cranking but if you let it run long it can run hot from lack of water flow and blow head gasket or crack ahead allways a good idea to have good antifreeze mixture
Possibly, as the water pump will be pushing against the ice. What you need to do is warm up the engine, to keep it from freezing, as well as to thaw out the radiator. This can be done by putting a 100 watt light bulb in a low cardboard box underneath the engine, and putting a couple of blankets over the hood. If it is really windy, try to anchor the blankets down to the ground, to keep the wind from blowing under the car. Better yet, tow it to a garage where it can be warmed up. If your radiator has frozen, the engine will follow suit after a time, and this can crack the block and/or the head(s).
one is probably for the transmission, the other for the engine coolant. Me and my friend just took apart the front end of her 86 trecel and we found two rads, one was for her engine coolant and the other was for her air conditioning.
The amount of exposure (measured in rads or rems), the duration of exposure, and the type of radiation you are exposted to determine the extent of the damage.
One gray=0.01 Rads...Incorrect (very), Correct.....One Gray = 100 Rads.
BI-RADS is simply the word used in the categories of mammogram results. BI-RADS 0 means additional imaging is needed. BI-RADS 1 means no evidence of cancer. BI-RADS 5 means likely cancer. There are a range of results in between.
200 to 1000 rads will cause illness with a greater effect towards the end. Any dose over 1000 rads will often prove to be fatal.
BI-RADS is a scale or system for categorizing mammogram results. Like the Richter scale measures earthquakes, and the Fahrenheit scale measures temperature, BI-RADS is a way of classifying mammogram results so that communication between health care providers is easier.
The cast of Rads 1000 - 1972 includes: John Steiner
not at ground zeroCockroaches (and most insects) do have a higher chance of surviving nuclear radiation (e.g. from fallout) than do humans (and most mammals) because the insects have a higher LD50 than mammals do. LD50 stands for Lethal Dose 50% - the dose that will kill 50% of a group receiving that dose without medical care.Here are approximate LD50s for gamma radiation for several species:Cockroach : 5000 RadsRabbit : 800 RadsGoldfish : 750 RadsRat : 600 RadsMouse : 450 RadsMonkey : 450 RadsHumans : 250-450 Rads
According to mythbusters, we dont have enough rads to kill one so we would never know
BI-RADS is a system of categorizing results of mammograms. BI-RADS 2 means that the finding is benign -- not cancer. Such a result would be typical if a lymph node were found in the breast.
BI-RADS 4 on a mammogram means there is a suspicious abnormality, and a biopsy might be required. It does not necessarily mean cancer.
50 rads per hour is 200 times the maximum safe continuous exposure rate. It depends of course on how long you are exposed to 50 Rads per hour. If you are exposed to 50 Rads per hour for only 15 seconds you will be just fine, where as if you were exposed for 10 hours total during a two week period, you are dead.
in Fallout III?
pi = 3.14 pi rad = pi * 1 randian 360 degrees = 2pi rads 180 degrees = pi rads rads = (degree * pi) / 180 degrees = (rad * pi) / 180 If pi rad = 180 degrees, the 1 rad must = 180/pi If pi rad = 180 degrees, then 1 degree must = pi rads / 180 Keep following through.
BI-RADS 0 on a mammogram means that the pictures were incomplete, and additional imaging is needed. It is not a comment on whether the mammogram is normal or abnormal.
Michael Radkay goes by Rads.
The International System's standard unit for biologically hazardous levels of radiation is the Sievert. The US uses rads, which are converted at 100 rads to a Sievert.
That would vary from weapon to weapon.
it is called reds and grays because who created it liked the name .
If you are given the "the total radiation" (e.g. 100 rads of radiation) and you are given another radiation level (e.g. 75 rads of radiation) and then you are asked: 'What is "the fraction of the total radiation?"', then you would answer "75/100".
BI-RADS 2 benign finding means that something was found on the mammogram, but it is almost certainly not cancer. Talk with your health care provider for more information on what was found on your mammogram.