pulsating flow

pulsating flow

[′pəl‚sād·iŋ ′flō]
(engineering)
Irregular fluid flow in a piping system often resulting from the pressure variations of reciprocating compressors or pumps within the system.
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This single screw extruder is generally added at the end of the kneader to avoid the pulsating flow due to the axial movement of the screw.
Analysis of Liquid-Vapor Pulsating Flow in a U-shaped Miniature Tube", International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.
Yet, one of the deficiencies for a steady flow test bench is that it is difficult to replicate the pressure waves and pulsating flow conditions of an engine system.
As pulsating flow of water kept him in the rhythm of her strides__ On these mountain slopes, her warmth impaled his life with splendour and delight.
Gas turbine flow meter measurement in pulsating flow, Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 97: 531-539.
At the vascular level, the endothelium presents unique responses to the forces of blood flow: the pulsating flow and the friction stress are physiological stimulus responsible, in part, for the basal liberation of vasoactive substances such as Nitric Oxide (NO).
Exact solution of the Navier Stokes equations for the fully developed, pulsating flow in a rectangular Duct with a constant cross-sectional velocity.
In addition, the efficacy of the design means that the meters are not affected by pulsating flow, -- they can be used with membrane pumps -- and they have only a minimal pressure drop: up to 0.
In milking plants the milk removal from the cow's udder is stimulated by the pulsating flow of ambient air and vacuum in teat-cups between the flexible rubber liners and the shells.
The staff also needs to know what the signs of arterial access are, such as bright red blood, and a fast, often pulsating flow.
Incorporated with the results of the experimental and theoretical studies of the pulsating flow of a gas into liquid in the presence of a solid, the presented research will become a kernel stone in theory and practice development of porous membranes.
Using a pulsation-free rotary positive displacement pump, the unit avoids the normal problem of pulsating flow patterns produced by most low-flow pumps, and eliminates the use of tanks pressurized with inert gas or similar techniques.