particle flow

particle flow

[′pärd·i·kəl ‚flō]
(fluid mechanics)
The transport of particles in fluids and gases.
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Thanks to the characteristics of the HGCal the trigger system will be able to use informations on the growth and angle of electromagnetic showers, and to apply the methods of particle flow to optimize the jet energy resolution, allowing a more efficient and accurate event selection.
The flow of particles within the grid should be equal to the particle flow rate in the emulsion phase.
The effects of space charge, self-magnetic fields and relativistic particle flow are included in the analysis.
Equivalently, these two ways of expressing probability conservation contain implicitly all possibilities for the particle flow at x.
There has been a steady progression in the sophistication of uroscopy, or urinalysis by the senses, through the millennia: from ancient Hindus noting that black ants were attracted to sweet urine, to the medieval development of the graduated urine glass known as a matula for determining color; from the first qualitative urine glucose test in 1850 to automated dipstick readers in the 1970s; from Leeuwenhoek's single lens microscope in 1595 to urine particle flow cytometers of today.
Among specific topics are the experimental investigation of the influence of water-cement ratio on air-void parameters of cement concrete, particle flow erosion precision electroforming technology, the preparation and adsorption property of nano-rods hydroxyapatite using cation surfactant templates, the energy and environmental performance of a project using solar hot water systems with vacuum tube materials, and the application potential of climate-adaptive window materials.
For consistent precision cleaning, the concentration of abrasive media in the sump is normally kept between 12-20%; this enables the perfect balance between abrasive action and particle flow to be maintained during processing.
The cyclone hopper cone features an 8-inch-diameter bolted inspection door, and the standard 75-degree hopper slope aids particle flow.
This article is a sequel to the previous reference: "Numerical simulation of uprising gas-solid particle flow in circulating fluidized bed" [2].
It allows engineers to peer inside full-scale reactors under actual operating conditions and understand the impact complex particle flow has on chemistry.
A model of the interaction of the abrasive particle flow with workpiece microroughnesses in the form of single pyramidal projections is presented for the first time.

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