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Organizations relating to Liquid State

Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems - Asia / Tainan, Taiwan
Australasian Fluids and Thermal Engineering Society / Barton, Australia
International Liquid Crystal Society / Manchester, UK / Est. 1990
Regional School of Sanitary Engineering and Hydraulic Resources / Guatemala, Guatemala / Est. 1965
International Conference on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics
International Hydrodynamics Committee / Nantes, France / Est. 1991
International Conference on Physiology of Food and Fluid Intake
Great Lakes International Imaging and Flow Cytometry Association / Est. 1992
International Conference on Magnetic Fluids
European Research Community on Flow, Turbulence and Combustion / London, UK / Est. 1988
Von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics / St-Genesius-Rode, Belgium / Est. 1956
European Two-Phase Flow Group / Rome, Italy / Est. 1963
International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers / Neuilly-sur-Seine, France / Est. 1971
International Association for Small Hydro / Delhi, India / Est. 1994
IAGOD Commission on Thermodynamics of Ore Forming Fluids / Moscow, Russia
Fluid Power Net International / West Lafayette IN, USA / Est. 1998
International Conference on Solution Chemistry / Leeds, UK / Est. 1985
Hydraulique sans frontières / Chambéry, France / Est. 1990
International Fluid Power Society / Cherry Hill NJ, USA / Est. 1960
European Colloid and Interface Society / Florence, Italy / Est. 1986
International Symposium on Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems
Regional Committee on Hydraulic Resources of Water Resources Committee of the Central American Isthmus / San José, Costa Rica / Est. 1966
Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems / Irvine CA, USA
Liquid Gas Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1968
European Liquid Roofing Association / Haywards Heath, UK / Est. 1979

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World Problems relating to Liquid State

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Instability of freshwater supply
Water flow obstructions in watercourses
Environmental hazards from hydropower
Disharmonies of Fluids in the body
Dampness
Pulmonary oedema
Poisoning
Puerperal pulmonary embolism
Otitis media
Inadequate cash flow
Uncontrolled flow of funds
Barriers to the international flow of knowledge and educational materials
Insufficient flow of information
Aspiration in birth canal
Unchecked community spending
Parochial limitations on capital flow in relation to global demands
Absence of a long-range, world-wide capital flow plan
Limited exchange of skills among developing countries
Hypomenorrhea
Amniotic fluid infection
Ocular lymphoma
Restricted flow of local economy
Reverse flow of financial aid
Ground failures due to liquefaction

Action Strategies relating to Liquid State

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Supplying liquid fuels
Promoting flow in economic system
Encouraging foreign investment
Globalizing information flow
Reducing traffic congestion
Curbing flow of small arms
Supplying public information
Perpetuating flow of communal lifestyle
Creating long-range, world-wide capital flow plan
Disseminating current local information
Sustaining existing flow of materials
Preserving integrity of cultures
Releasing local money flow
Accelerating local monetary flow
Selecting aqueous systems
Promoting rapid water flow
Releasing enabling cash flow
Channelling appropriate information flow
Maintaining basic information flow
Establishing stable produce flow
Ensuring continuous information flow
Directing flow of property control
Determining flow of social benefits
Harnessing liquid fuels
Improving interface between fundamentally different societies

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