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canal surface

[kə′nal ‚sər·fəs]
(mathematics)
The envelope of a family of spheres of equal radii whose centers are on a given space curve.
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Since the wall temperature varies along the channel, for initial conditions of the simulation was used not the wall temperature, but the heat flow for channel surface area.
Moreover, during water penetration stage and subsequent packing stage, melt near water channel surface will be cooled down rapidly by the injected water.
This is a considerable drawback in Microfluidics application since it renders the surface lacking in wettability with aqueous solvents and offers a channel surface prone to trapping air bubbles.
Also, according to the company, the extremely smooth channel surface, in combination with a wide pressure and temperature range make it ideal for a broad range of applications.
The producing aggregates from the channel surface was most likely the potential factor for this substantial increase as the aggregate size was comparatively large compared to the width of the channel.
Furthermore, a smooth channel surface along with a wide pressure and temperature range make the chip suited for various applications.
infinity]] = 100, the mesh size used for the finite difference approximation should be varying with smaller mesh sizes near to the channel surface and larger mesh sizes towards the bulk stream.
However, when the dimensions of the channel approach the mean free path that a molecule travels between collisions in the fluid, the continuum assumption begins to break down as interactions with the channel surface become more significant.
RW]: Heat flow coefficient between water and cooling channel surface rotor
Also, the diameter of the water cooling lines may have an impact, since large-diameter channels mean a larger channel surface area for corrosive attack to occur and a larger volume of water that can run through.
Thus, the refractory channel surface is readily susceptible to erosion and metal penetration, said Webster, shortening the useful life of the furnace campaign.
BSA prevents nonspecific binding, by other protein typically in high concentrations, to the bare reference channel surface.