granular material

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granular material

Gravels, sands, or silts which exhibit no characteristics of cohesiveness or plasticity; more permeable than cohesive or plastic soils.
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Content Aware Processing - enables Layer 2-4 switching and routing with granular flow classification and layer 5-7 deep packet processing for content switching, TCP off-loading, security and traffic analyzing.
To maintain high IT service levels, as a result of these looming changes operations teams will have to deploy technologies enabling granular flow metrics and automated analysis that NetScout is offering with nGenius Analytics.
4 software provides granular flow diagnostics and per-flow statistics to help analyze traffic of a given flow.
His work may be an early step toward a better understanding of granular flow, whether in a massive avalanche or in an emptying bin of corn flakes.
Shenick's diversifEye10G provides the only test system to measure and guarantee this level of granular flow control.
Procera's OptimIP Application Accelerator provides LAN/WAN bandwidth management through rate limiting with granular flow control down to 64 Kbit increments, eight priority queues and managed bandwidth for latency- and congestion-sensitive applications, quality of service (QoS) compatible with 802.
Netronome's products provide line-rate network throughput that is scalable to more than 20 Gbps, while simultaneously offering application acceleration, increased network performance, granular flow processing, application awareness and deep packet inspection.
the theoretical understanding of granular flow is really very limited," says Duke mathematician David G.
Procera's OptimIP Network Protector provides LAN/WAN bandwidth management through rate limiting with granular flow control down to 64 Kbit increments, eight priority queues and managed bandwidth for latency- and congestion-sensitive applications, quality of service (QoS) compatible with 802.
The results will aid in the development of molding guidelines, and provide valuable data for assessing and validating models to describe granular flow.
Masuda, "Electrostatics of the Granular Flow in a Pneumatic Conveying System," Ind.
Further studies of these features may shed light on the nature of granular flow and aid in the development of improved methods of mixing, sorting, and handling granular materials.