flow process

flow process

[′flō ‚präs·əs]
(engineering)
System in which fluids or solids are handled in continuous movement during chemical or physical processing or manufacturing.
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A certain amount of this energy is lost during the flow process and as the flow rises, more energy is lost.
A nitration process that Cambrex converted from batch to continuous processing demonstrates the safety benefits that the technology affords: at its Karlskoga, Sweden facility, the company developed a commercial scale continuous flow process with an annual capacity of more than 50 tons within its regular production facility.
I am now working with my management to incorporate ideas from the sessions into our work flow process."
Robotic technology can be harnessed to completely automate the work flow process. There are many laboratory processes suited for robotic automation --namely those processes that entail repetitive movements, such as pick and place, heating and cooling specimens, and mixing, shaking, and testing specimens.
NPH launched its enhanced shared service model in 2015, and its components include strategic growth and technology support, robust training opportunities and a systematic transition flow process.
With this innovative Kronen GEWA washing line, salads and herbs, vegetables and fresh-cut products are washed thoroughly and carefully in a continuous flow process (without mechanical immersion) with UVC treated water.
ESII provides a full complement of technology and services to meet the increasingly sophisticated needs in customer flow process management markets.
His work will integrate with the clinical program services' work flow process and the resource council activities.
With this design, users can tailor the flow process with multiple configurations, depending on the project's requirements, to optimize media life and the actual amount of filter media needed for the specific process at hand without stopping flow.
The result is entropy-based design (EBD), an emerging technology that closely evaluates flow process useful to aerospace, microfluidics, heat transfer and other applications.