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airstream

[′er‚strēm]
(fluid mechanics)

airstream

A moving air mass.
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After a couple of years' absence, Airstream returns with the appointment of a new UK distributor.
Their trailer of choice: Baby, a custom 1957 Airstream they scored on Craigslist.
Airstream builds 50 travel-trailers every week at the plant in Jackson Center, all gleaming and aerodynamic and riveted by hand.
Well, we weren't so much traversing the great US outdoors for our weekend stay in an Airstream, but the great outdoors of North Wales.
In the dehumidification column (Figure 1), concentrated desiccant solution flows downward over a mass transfer media that provides good contact between the process airstream and the liquid desiccant solution.
Airstreams are a regular sight on American highways, but not so common in Britain because many models - including brand-new ones - are too wide to be to be legally towed on our roads.
Though we tend to think of them as vintage collectibles, Airstreams are in fact still manufactured today in a wide variety of styles and sizes.
Knowing what is in the airstream could determine what catalyst technology is chosen or whether a catalyst technology will need periodic cleaning or will be potentially damaged by the contents of the airstream.
The Bennett Island plumes apparently result from airstreams passing over low mountains on the island, reports Russell C.
The first Airstreams, now known for their high-quality riveted aluminum shells and state-of-the-art interiors, were built in 1931 by Wally Byam.
Airstreams were first built in 1931 - their distinctive rounded bodies being based on designs created by Hawley Bowlus, chief designer of Spirit of St.
Two new Bambi Airstreams sit in the plastic flamingo-filled garden of the French-themed Metro Hotel, about 15 minutes from Sonoma wineries.