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 company's products include food processing systems for the food and beverage industry, critical flow components for oil and gas processing, power transformers for utility companies, and cooling systems for power plants.
Fouling can also cause flow restrictions in critical flow areas.
Transport and installation) precision etalonEi nE[degrees]ho device based on a cubic rate (Bell prover) serving for the calibration of standard gas meters, nozzles with critical flow regime and other flow meters for gas,
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.
Arnberg developed some of the first high-pressure gas flow standards in the world, including the critical flow venturi (CFV).
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Regional Security Officer Jonathan Kazmar said the critical flow of classified information that's necessary for operations in the West Africa environment would not be available to decision-makers without a 24- hour cleared American presence at post.
The deduction of the critical flow velocity and region of entire laminar flow velocity were useful for latent-heat transportation applications.
Then, by forces equilibrium they determined the critical flow rate.
The critical velocity and critical flow requirement is in the direction of traffic.
By isolating the population, the British were able to stem the critical flow of material, information, and recruits from peasant to insurgent.

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