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laminar

[′lam·ə·nər]
(science and technology)
Arranged in thin layers.
Pertaining to viscous streamline flow without turbulence.
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Da area total, 48,71% da area da bacia incluem as classes de medio e alto potencial a erosao laminar e as cidades acima citadas, em virtude do manejo do solo.
Laminar flow ratio (1) is defined by the authors to be the ratio derived by dividing the cross-sectional area (a) of the runner by the perimeter (p) of the runner cross-section.
The normal environment for a laminar diffuser is a cleanroom, which typically uses a combination of high air change rates (Class 1000 cleanrooms, ISO Classification 6, can range from 70-160 ach); ceilings devoted to air distribution; floor exhausts; and controlled room pressure.
As only limited data is available to describe the effects of shaft eccentricity on mixing time and power consumption in the laminar regime, the objective of this article is to examine and quantify these effects when a Rushton turbine (RT) is used.
This is important for heat protection, where you want laminar flow.
Laminar and Merco were given an extra 60 days to find a developer partner if they win the auction.
First, non-impingement pumping and laminar flow conditions provide suitable protection for shear-sensitive and delicate products.
The extended pour spout creates a smooth laminar flow of material.
The concept of apparent viscosity was originally derived for homogeneous fluids in laminar flow, but fiber suspensions are inhomogeneous and do not flow in laminar shear.
Liberty Industries manufactures a variety of Laminar Flow (Unidirectional) Workstations for the cleanroom, aerospace, hospital and other industries.
The use of laminar air flow rooms for bone marrow transplant recipients has been controversial.
The Walz code computes incompressible laminar boundary layers using the Thwaites-Walz integral methods.