core flow

core flow

[′kȯr ‚flō]
(engineering)
A pattern of powder flow occurring in hoppers that is characterized by a central core of flowing powder with the powder near the hopper walls remaining stationary.
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Prior to the discovery of the spike there was no reason to suspect that core flow speeds would be much different in 1,000 B.
He showed them the so-called core flow on site and the local geology while discussing scientific questions.
Even though the trends show similarity for the heater core flow rates between test and simulation, the absolute values show a constant difference.
A set of separate parameters are used in each to converge on the same answer, and the conclusion was an uncertainty in core flow of less than 1%.
And more than this, they found that the biological signals for Facebook use correspond to what they describe as the Core Flow State, a fairly new concept, which is characterized by high positive valence and high arousal.
Chevrons penetrating the boundary layer of the core flow provided even greater noise reduction, achieving an EPNL benefit of up to 2.
These peaks are related to the areas of high velocity gradients due to connection between the jet core flow and the lobe flow and between the periphery of the jet flow and the zero speed in the ambient air respectively.
Improper venting or core flow patterns could further contribute to the failure of the process.
1A(b), 1A(c), 2A(b), and 2A(c), core flow expands to the outlet branch pipes close to the end wall and the core stream flows into each outlet branch pipe along the pipe walls, as seen in these figures.
Core flood measurement was carried out in a HT-HP core flow set up (Temco CFS 830).
Figure 3 illustrates a typical variation in bulk particulate size during the complete discharge of a core flow vessel.
Director, Core Flow Cytometry Resource, National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD