flow velocity


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flow velocity

[′flō və′läs·əd·ē]
(geology)
In soil, a vector point function used to indicate rate and direction of movement of water through soil per unit of time, perpendicular to the direction of flow.
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28 (ANI): Seems like, new advances have been made in measuring blood flow velocity in deep tissues.
The speed of this process is affected by the oxygen content, the flow velocity and, to some extent, the chloride content.
The ANOVA table of effects of pressure and cross flow velocity on protein rejection is shown in Table 6.
2], the flow velocity is influenced by the PA-PB interaction strength weakly (.
The measuring device is intended to enable mobile 3-dimensional measurement of the flow velocity (principle of the Acoustic Doppler Velocimeter, ADV), as well as a pressure sensor for measuring the water depth.
Information about the peculiarities of steam generation process inside the fuel channel (temperature change, pressure drop, flow velocity, steam mass fraction) enables to identify the most loaded points of the fuel channel and to make necessary design and operational improvements (location of spacers and intensifiers; core loading and etc.
A hospital-based prospective observational study of 30 antenatal patients was done and Flow velocity waveforms of the umbilical artery were obtained from all the 30 cases and were analysed.
Since the IVC has an angular appearance, IVC blood flow velocity cannot be used to measure the systemic venous return flow velocities.
The aim of this study was to assess cerebral blood flow velocity using transcranial Doppler (TCD) ultrasonography in patients with familial Mediterranean fever (FMF).
The validated simulation model was then used to estimate the exhaust gas flow velocity.
The pressure drop through the DPF with accumulated PM is determined by two significant parameters: the PM permeability and the PM penetration depth, because the flow velocity through the PM is different for inside the pore and the wall surface.