- the tendency to float in water or other liquid
- Buoyancy correction
- Buoyancy compensators
- minimum buoyancy and, in case of inflatable articles, residual buoyancy after failure of one air chamber.
- The buoyancy correction shall be applied to both tare filter mass and gross filter mass.
- Proof of buoyancy, trim and stability of the separated parts of a vessel
- No 18 Proof of buoyancy, trim and stability of the separated parts of a vessel
- minimum buoyancy and, in case of inflatable articles, residual buoyancy after failure of one air chamber. Additionally retention of function where appropriate and in particular where collective use is intended or likely;
- In such a case the volume of the effective buoyancy assumed on the undamaged side shall not be greater than that assumed on the damaged side.
- The particulate mass (g/test) shall be calculated after buoyancy correction of the particulate sample mass according to paragraph 18.104.22.168. as follows:
- Bearing in mind this recommendation, the Commission thus considers the risks arising out of capital market transactions to be manageable and regards the buoyancy of this business area as guaranteed.
- Changes in plant development, e.g. in frond size, appearance, indication of necrosis, chlorosis or gibbosity, colony break-up or loss of buoyancy, and in root length and appearance, should be noted.
- The floating articles covered by this Decision are leisure articles for use on or in the water whose floatation is ensured by buoyancy through inflation or inherent buoyant materials.
- Depending on system design, the mass of particulates (g/test) shall be calculated by either of the methods in paragraphs 22.214.171.124.1. or 126.96.36.199.2 after buoyancy correction of the particulate sample mass according to paragraph 188.8.131.52.
- Class E Inflatable boats with buoyancy less than 1800 N and a hull length of more than 1,2 m and less than 2,5 m, measured according to the appropriate harmonised standards intended for sports and leisure purposes as defined in Directive 94/25/EC.
- This may include increasing the weighting or decreasing the buoyancy of the net so that it sinks faster, or placing coloured streamer or other devices over particular areas of the net where the mesh sizes create a particular danger to birds.