cross-flow

cross-flow

[′krȯs ‚flō]
(aerospace engineering)
A flow going across another flow, as a spanwise flow over a wing.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dimensional measurements on this grid were used to determine the local, flow and cross-flow shrinkage relative to dimensions of the grid on the mold surface.
Warpage tends to be a function of non-uniform shrinkage between flow and cross-flow directions of a part, which is particularly exacerbated in high-pressure processes like injection molding.
HFs are investigated for their performance in the filtration of enucleated RBCs from suspensions of CB MNCs and RBCs in three filtration formats: a passive shell-to-lumen filtration ("cross-flow filtration"), a forced lumen-to-shell filtration ("dead-end filtration"), and a cross-flow filtration format adapted for long-term perfused hollow fibre bioreactor culture within a 3D scaffolding ("HFBR culture").
A [2.sup.2] experimental design with a central point was applied varying transmembrane pressure and cross-flow velocity.
An agile German-made harvester and a highly automated cross-flow filter from Italy won top prizes in the Innovation Awards sponsored by the German Winegrowers Association.
This is especially true when several synthetic jets exist in a cross-flow with the channel flow.
The Influence of Cross-Flow Model on the Coolant Temperature Variation.
Sartocon Slice 50 ECO is offered as an encapsulated and ready-to-use cross-flow module with a selection of molecular weight cutoffs and has a filter area of 50 cm2.
Healthcare specific products, like touch-free hand washing stations, electronic faucets, specially designed mixing valves and cross-flow eliminating check valves, can reduce the potential for HAIs.
They cover determining the velocity field by conformal mapping methods, calculating flat potential flows by the boundary integral equation method, calculating vortex flows, the behavior of dust particles in the suction range, specific features of air ejected in a perforated duct with a bypass chamber, air ejection in a porous pipe with linear cross-flow pattern, specific features of air ejection in the elevator handling of grain, and measures for reducing aspiration volumes in the elevator handling of grain.