in which ya is the thickness of the sheet-flow layer, Ca is the concentration at ya which equals the bed-load concentration, z*=[omega]/[kappa]u* is the suspension index, and [omega] is the particle settling velocity
After entrainment, the movement of pollen within large airflow patterns is generally considered in terms of the terminal settling velocity
of pollen grains (which depends on the density and the size of pollen grains) and on ambient meteorological conditions.
Droplet nuclei smaller than 5 [micro]m exhibit a settling velocity
below 1 m/h in still air, and can therefore follow the person's exhalation flows and the ambient air flows.
Microsand enhances the formation of robust flocs and acts as ballast, significantly increasing their settling velocity
The change in settling velocity
of inertial particles in cellular flow was studied by Chan and Fung .
where [phi] is the ice particle fraction, D the pipe diameter, s the density ratio between phases, and w is the hindered terminal settling velocity
(Richardson and Zaki 1997).
Keeping this in view, a number of models have been reviewed for monitoring the effects of temperature variation and pellet dimension on settling velocity
and rate of soaking (Doglioli et al.
Sediment transport equations may consider settling velocity
either directly, or indirectly via relationships between sediment transport and sediment size and density (Loch 2001).
s] is particle settling velocity
calculated by the Stokes equation (Hinds 1999); [[mu].
According to data presented by Khelifa and Hill (2006), the settling velocity
of 23 [mu]m flocs ranges from 0.
Regardless of diet, small mussels produced feces that dispersed as a function of settling velocity
Swell, the effect of parameters such as settling time, settling velocity
, surface overflow rate on TSS removal have investigated.