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downflow

[′dau̇n‚flō]
(chemistry)
In an ion-exchange system, the direction of the flow of the solution being processed.
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Our Extract Technology brand downflow booths provide operator protection from breathable dust.
The co-current downflow contactor reactor (CDCR) was initially used for the hydrogenation of Iatonic acid by Lu et al.
The computer room air-conditioning unit modeled is one Liebert DS070AUA0EI (air cooled, downflow, 460 V, semihermetic four-step Carlisle compressor, standard fan HP, 9600 dm [4531 L/s]).
The Hosokawa Downflow Booths have been designed to meet key demands for energy efficiency, low running cost and low operating noise.
Evaluation of pseudohomogeneous models for heat transfer in packed beds with gas flow and gas-liquid cocurrent downflow and upflow, Chemical Engineering Science 61: 2056-2068.
Large screens inside the intake towers are opened to activate the high-pressure downflow of water.
The sash handle, air foil, upper dilution air supply, and rear downflow baffle work together to create patterns of flow that reduce concentrations of chemical contaminants throughout the work area, particularly near the operator's breathing zone and at the surface.
At the highest end, ultra-clean ventilation theaters for high-risk surgery, such as orthopedics, have downflow air movement of up to 0.
El Dorado plant collects water from La Regadera water reservoir and its treatment is a pre-treatment where the water is stabilized with hydrated lime, coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, downflow filtration through a bed of anthracite and gas chlorination, and finally a dosing with lime to stabilize the pH of the water.