flow analysis

flow analysis

[′flō ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
A detailed study of all aspects of the progressive travel by personnel or material from place to place during a particular operation or from one operation to another.
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It explains the history, objectives, and application range of material flow analysis; its terms, definitions, and procedures; how to apply material flow analysis in practice, through 18 case studies of environmental management, resource conservation, waste management, industrial applications, and regional materials management; and potential future developments.
BOSfluids is a 3D fluid flow analysis solution that models steady state and transient flow in liquid or gas holding piping systems.
My bet would be that about 50% of molds are built with flow analysis.
Khedker, Sanyal and Karkare (computer science and engineering, IIT Bombay) have written this textbook on data flow analysis for researchers and students who need to produce performance-maximizing code, apply reverse engineering programs of verify the integrity of existing programs.
The flow passages were designed with software using the company's custom 3D CAD advanced flow analysis.
Cinpres Gas Injection (CGI) announces a new service--it will provide 3D flow analysis of thick-section gas-assisted moldings, in cooperation with the University of Wales Swansea, where the analysis techniques were developed.
Transactions will be analyzed both by Cambridge and its operating partners with Cambridge responsible for providing a computerized cash flow analysis for institutional investment partners.
The key question is whether a company's financial reporting systems and staff are equipped to deal with new demands for cash flow analysis.
What they do includes process planning, material flow analysis, factory modeling, and ergonomic analysis, all of which this new infrastructure facilitates.
a maker of software for mechanical engineers, has introduced fluid flow analysis software with capabilities that enable engineers to perform a wider range of computational fluid dynamic (CFD) analyses with greater ease-of-use.
In Continuous Flow Analysis (CFA), a sample is injected into a flowing solution passing rapidly through small-bore tubing.
Accountants and auditors have long used cash flow analysis to trace the flow of funds into and out of particular bank accounts.