Why does a rotary type bathtub water faucet sometimes provide smooth temperature adjustment and other times give water too hot or too cold over the range of rotary motion?
It depends on the size/shape (length, width and depth OR circumference and depth) of the bathtub. Unless you provide measurements of the tub, it is impossible to answer this question. However for rough estimation, A standard Japanese bath contained about 500 L of water and a metric cup is 250 ml thus it would need around 2,000 cup of water to fill a bath tub. European bathtub would have similar volume of containment unless it…
You can't. The only way to even partly override the voluntary muscles is to provide a stimulus that is permanently wet and the same temperature as the urine. This is seen sometimes in pools where the water is heated to near body temperature, and urination may occur spontaneously, most frequently in incontinent individuals.
Whether or not a bathtub is porcelain probably would not make a significant difference during a tornado. The type of porcelain from which bathtubs are made would not break in the same way that porcelain dishes can shatter. The important factor is the depth of the tub, and whether the sides are high enough to provide protection from the wind force and from flying objects.
What component of the brake system provide a means to adjust the brakes to compensate for the wear of the brakes linings?
Explain how differences in density and temperature provide some of the force needed to cause sea floor spreading and subduction?
According to occupational health and safety regulations what is the acceptable temperature for an office?
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Inspect the condition of clutch pedal rubber stop, if damaged or missing install a new one. Where necessary, disconnect interlock clutch rod at transmission end. Adjust clutch linkage by turning self-locking adjustment nut to provide 5/32" free movement at outer end of clutch fork. This adjustment will provide the required one inch free play at the pedal. Reassemble interlock rod if used.