critical flow

critical flow

[′krid·ə·kəl ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
The rate of flow of a fluid equivalent to the speed of sound in that fluid.
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the subject of the contract is: 1) supply of a primary calibration device for gas flow measurement on the bell piston prover principle complemented by a secondary block with nozzle block / blocks with critical flow mode.
IMI Critical Engineering, the leading manufacturer of critical flow control solutions for the global oil & gas industry, has once again responded to the specific needs of the market, this time with the launch of a family of choke valves designed specifically for the conditions found in Middle East extraction facilities.
It is clear that any increase in frame angle will lead to decrease the critical flow velocity, i.
For more than 60 years, the Royal Welsh College, of which Prince Charles is the patron, has provided a springboard for the careers of exceptionally talented young artists - from musicians and actors to theatre designers and costume makers - providing a critical flow of talent and skills into the creative industries in Wales and beyond.
Fouling can also cause flow restrictions in critical flow areas.
To achieve this data from 1300 experimental production tests under multi-phase critical flow conditions from 120 Iranian offshore oil wells were used in a non-linear regression analysis.
Hager [4] examined the three branches flow while the upstream was changed into three branches and sub branches of sub critical flow and in downstream has changed into supercritical flow.
Other key regulations will focus on enabling local water sustainability plans and shared decision making, defining "beneficial use" in a way that promotes conservation, and protecting environmental and critical flow needs to keep fish alive and thriving.
Among specific topics are carbon dioxide capture in a spray column using a critical flow atomizer, a new approach for near-surface assurance monitoring in geological carbon sequestration, carbon dioxide efflux from cleared mangrove peat, soil microbial responses to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone in a nitrogen-aggrading agroecosystem, and capturing carbon dioxide from air.
Arnberg developed some of the first high-pressure gas flow standards in the world, including the critical flow venturi (CFV).
Qualification test kits include measurement tools calibrated to UKAS traceable standards, with comprehensive instructions, connectors and fittings to allow qualification of dose uniformity apparatus, critical flow controllers, cascade impactors, pumps and flow meters.
For those occasions where a critical flow needs to be signalled rapidly to avoid serious consequences to downstream equipment, ifm electronic, a sensor market leader, has released new versions of the SBY range.

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