liquid flow

liquid flow

[′lik·wəd ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
The flow or movement of materials in the liquid phase.
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The FD-X Series is a solution for numerous applications where monitoring liquid flow is problematic or currently not possible.
Hydra-Cell's multiple diaphragms work in sequence to produce a virtually pulseless liquid flow, removing the need for pulsation dampeners in most installations, saving further installation and maintenance costs.
Its rotor-stator system transports and disperses liquid with high shear energy, resulting in a liquid flow through the dispersing chamber that builds up a high induction vacuum.
Cups can be gently squeezed to change the shape of the cup lip and control and direct liquid flow easily The liquid can be seen through the translucent plastic.
A differential pressure transmitter measures the rate of change of the liquid level in the bottle, and this measurement is used to determine the liquid flow rate of the reference sample.
That rain would have been strong enough to erode craters and saturate the soil, eventually flowing into rivers that left valleys or channel-like marks on its surface when they dried up. Those marks say a lot about the conditions on the planet while the water was flowing, even if they have since changed or disappeared: "Rivers erode the landscape, leaving behind signatures that depend on whether the surface topography was in place before, during, or after the period of liquid flow," the study said.
The micropump would deliver the drug through the liquid flow sensor to the patient in a controlled way.
Fraunhofer EMFT's silicon micropump has been combined with Sensirion's LD20 single-use liquid flow sensor to develop a smart and cost-efficient miniaturized module for controlled and monitored drug delivery.
Liquid flow rate was constant 1 ml/min, which represents flow rate above minimum wetting rate for conditions without air flow rate.
Then the relation between PE_H and parameters which are gas liquid ratio and liquid flow rate is analyzed.
Nawrocki offers a reference to industrial measurement systems and sensors, paying particular attention to temperature, stress, pressure, acceleration, and liquid flow sensors.