moisture flux

moisture flux

[′mȯis·chər ‚fləks]
(fluid mechanics)
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Olufade and Simonson (Olufade and Simonson 2018) reported about 60% decay in moisture flux through the membrane after testing a liquid-to-air membrane energy exchanger (LAMEE) for about 12 h.
Under the nonsaturated condition, chloride transport in concrete is driven by both diffusion via concentration gradient and convection via moisture flux. Considering the chloride binding during the combined ionic penetration, the mass balance equation for the chloride transport can be expressed as
Circulation patterns were described via advection directions for air masses including eastward intensity along with the northward moisture flux.
(2012): Thermal and moisture flux in soft fiberboards.
The ice sheet was modelled as a surface of constant temperature at -3[degrees]C complying with standards (Refrigeration 2010) for a recreation ice rink, and moisture flux was set.
The rain-spell starting from Wednesday would not be a part of pre-monsoon rains but occur due to moisture flux coming from Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
The WAM is fully developed in summer (from July to September, JAS) when the southwesterly moisture flux converges onto the Sahel, and retreats in early autumn.
where [j.sub.m,i] represents the moisture flux at the interface, k is the liquid film mass transfer coefficient around the granule, [[rho].sub.wv,i] is the water vapour concentration at the interface and [[rho].sub.wv,g] is the water vapour concentration in the bulk air.
At the same time, there's a variety of disruptive technology that is reshaping cosmetic chemistry and chemists recently had the opportunity to look at issues such as ozone and the skin, using peptides to moderate melanin production and controlling moisture flux in skin cells.
First, the ET models must be able to partition the bulk moisture flux and crop stress derived from remote sensing-based products (typically at resolutions of 30 m or coarser) between the vine canopy and the interrow--environments that will likely have very different thermal characteristics and atmospheric couplings.
Kijazi and Reason [13] found that increased fetch of low-level moisture flux anomalies from the Congo basin and the tropical Indian Ocean can result in the increase in MAM rainfall over Tanzania.