moisture flux

moisture flux

[′mȯis·chər ‚fləks]
(fluid mechanics)
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2012): Thermal and moisture flux in soft fiberboards.
The ice sheet was modelled as a surface of constant temperature at -3[degrees]C complying with standards (Refrigeration 2010) for a recreation ice rink, and moisture flux was set.
The rain-spell starting from Wednesday would not be a part of pre-monsoon rains but occur due to moisture flux coming from Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
m,i] represents the moisture flux at the interface, k is the liquid film mass transfer coefficient around the granule, [[rho].
Given the fact that the moisture conductivity trough the gas phase is initially several orders of magnitude higher than the conductivity trough the condensed phase, any cell-tocell moisture flux trough the condensed phase will be disregarded.
At the same time, there's a variety of disruptive technology that is reshaping cosmetic chemistry and chemists recently had the opportunity to look at issues such as ozone and the skin, using peptides to moderate melanin production and controlling moisture flux in skin cells.
James Gruber of Arch Personal Care provided strategies for controlling moisture flux in skin cells.
The official said he rain-spell starting from Wednesday will not a part of pre-monsoon rains but occur due to moisture flux coming from Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
DermaFlux is Arch's new active that controls moisture flux at the cellular level.
The boundary moisture flux was calculated from experimental data of average moisture content changes with time during experimentation.
Natural boundary conditions correspond to specified values of the normal stress vector or moisture flux.