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downflow

[′dau̇n‚flō]
(chemistry)
In an ion-exchange system, the direction of the flow of the solution being processed.
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To estabilish the upflow and downflow current, one rectangler, 100cm in length and 20cm in width was cut in up and down of the geomembran in 50cm over and below the wastewater level in baffled pond (Fig.
3 X 3F1 1480 downflow CFM produces Convertible Downdraft dust capture veloc.
The main part of the device (combustion chamber) is an externally heated downflow tube with height 1 m and internal diameter 56 mm.
5 to seven tons of cooling capacity, the system can be configured for either upflow or downflow air discharge to meet specific applications.
Jane Memorial Lecture Award, presented 'Past, Present and Future of Distillation Technology'; Jesse Zhu, MCIC, took to the lecture podium as the recipient of the Syncrude Canada Innovation Award to present 'Expansion of the fluidization concept: upflow, downflow and counter flow'; and John McAndless, MCIC, of the Defence Research Establishment Suffield, Medicine Hat, AB, took over the Delta Club Lounge with his presentation 'Project Eraser: A Canadian Case Study on Chemical Warfare Materials Disposal'.
When this stream of falling air, or downflow, hits the ground, the wind fans out horizontally into an outflow.
4-way multi-poise design for upflow, downflow or horizontal installations, with vent elbow and optional through-the-cabinet downflow venting capability
For this discussion, three strategies will be examined: containment suites with localized exhaust, downflow booths and isolators.
These legacy data centers are best represented by what many still consider to be standard computer room design - underfloor air distribution, downflow constant volume computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units, and relatively low load densities (by today's standards).
To control flour and ingredients dust at the point of weighing in preparation for onward baking, Martins Foods Group in Manchester has invested in two 4m downflow booths, designed to contain dust over large areas of emission, from Flextraction Ltd, suppliers and manufacturers of Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) products for dust and fume extraction in the work-place.
A closer look at the vent (Figure 11) clearly shows the upflow on the right side and downflow on the left side of the vent at [tau] = 2.