mass velocity

mass velocity

[′mas və‚läs·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The weight flow rate of a fluid divided by the cross-sectional area of the enclosing chamber or conduit; for example, lb/(h·ft2).
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However for comparison purposes with the results of the present study, we give in Table 2, the results of a single variation in the inlet temperature, wall temperature, inlet flowrate, tube radius for the case of constant inlet flowrate, and tube radius for the case of constant inlet mass velocity.
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1995) suggested that body waving velocity within a cefalo-caudal direction, in Butterfly stroke, is significantly related to the centre of mass velocity (r = 0.
The dryout quality decreases greatly with an increase in mass velocity for the smooth tube and is little affected by mass velocity for the microfin tube.