rate of flow


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rate of flow

[′rāt əv ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
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Therefore, limit the rate of flows that are not bottleneck flows and assign more bandwidth to the bottleneck flows can reduce the average TCT in the network.
The Volume rate of flow for the flow of a Bingham fluid flow through a conical tube is:
The choke is the smallest cross-sectional area of the system and sets the rate of flow of the molten metal into the casting cavity.
The rate of flow and containment can affect not only a pond but other bodies of water as well.
One test can cycle through 10 different piston speeds at a controlled temperature and track how the viscosity changes relative to shear rate (rate of flow) and shear stress (force applied).
Describes the effects of operating a centrifugal or vertical pump at rates of flow that are above or below the rate of flow at the pump's best efficiency point.
The dosing and metering is extremely accurate in these pump designs, with a pulse-free rate of flow that is proportional to the speed, giving users broad versatility in conveying sensitive materials.
The St Asaph-based company has developed the innovative Red Eye system, which allows the rate of flow in an intravenous drip to be electronically controlled and monitored.
All the devices discussed in this chapter control the speed of the actuator by controlling the rate of flow to it.
Around three million cubic litres drain away every day in England and Wales, the equivalent of half the daily rate of flow of the River Thames.
Just remember that the water must pass through at least two feet (but preferably more) of sand and the rate of flow shouldn't exceed four gallons per square foot per hour.