This assumption, discussed in detail in , implies that the interphase mass, momentum, and energy exchange processes are fast enough, so that both phases remain on the saturation line
following the variation of local pressure; the velocity slip between the phases is also not taken into account (both phases have the same pressure and velocity).
Figure 6 shows the distribution of the saturation line
around fractures at different fracture depths (7 days of rainfall).
Azeotropic R-507 has a single saturation line
, and has no glide.
is found on the saturation line
where RH is 100 percent.
Appleman Appleman found that when temperature was plotted against dewpoint, clouds lying between the lines of temperature equal to dewpoint (T = Td, the saturation line
) and temperatures at 80-percent of dewpoint (T = 0.8 * Td, now known as the Appleman line) held supercooled liquid water when atmospheric temperatures were below 0 degrees C.
The saturation line
represents the minimum [Rds.sub.on].
Meanwhile, its thermalfused melamine products were taking off, spurring the company to purchase a second melamine line in 1982, a melamine paper printing press in 1983, and a high-speed paper saturation line
For voltage, the high boundary is the RF breakdown voltage and the low boundary is the saturation line
However, at the saturation lines
(i.e., at pure water and pure ammonia), the values of entropy change are identical for both.
Saturation of ViaMat paper can be processed on most existing glass resin saturation lines
with minimal capital investment.
Ahlstrom has already achieved expansion at its Turin, Italy site through a modest investment on its saturation lines
, which increased capacity 15% immediately.