Bottom flow | Article about bottom flow by The Free Dictionary
bottom flow[′bäd·əm ‚flō]
A molding apparatus that forms hollow plastic articles by injecting the blowing air at the bottom of the mold.
A density current that is denser than any section of the surrounding water and that flows along the bottom of the body of water. Also known as underflow.
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All of the CONN Blades[R] provide superior pumping action for better material circulation and top to bottom flow
The continual bottom flow
provides an effective ventilation system, drawing in new oceanic water and expelling brackish water.
The design eliminates the need to remove a heavy component when calibrating the metering system and reduces the time for changeover from top to bottom flow