sidestream

sidestream

[′sīd‚strēm]
(chemical engineering)
A liquid stream taken from an intermediate point of a liquids-processing unit, for example, a distillation or extraction tower.
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Although Ypk fan der Fear never achieved great fame and recognition, Hanneke Hoekstra sees her life and writing as important because of the insights they give into a sidestream of Frisian literature.
Unfortunately, these units disrupt the flow, are subject to fouling, and some require the use of a sidestream. The present work introduces a new type of in-line dielectric sensor for rheological measurements in a process without possessing the disadvantages of present in-process rheometers.
Oridion developed Microstream CO2 measuring technology to conquer problems common in conventional mainstream and sidestream capnography systems.
The New York Times noted that the commission is "stepping into a turbulent sidestream of the abortion debate." And Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) told the Washington Post that the question of what to do about stem cell research is likely to be one of the liveliest legislative debates this season.
A sidestream of clean hot water from the clarifier is discharged at a rate of 45 gal/min to the sanitary sewer for control of dissolved solids in the water system.
The officials said the research considers the adverse health effects of passive smoking, in particular by looking into what chemical agents -- apart from nicotine and tar -- are contained in mainstream and sidestream smoke that are harmful to nonsmokers.
Philip Morris "would clearly love to ; have us take a position that people should be able to smoke at work and in public buildings where they can do so without subjecting others to sidestream smoke," Maltby said in the memo to Sedacca and Glasser.
For quantifying the sidestream inputs at river confluences, these variables included the location of the sediments at the river confluences and the particle size/magnetic properties relationships.
Reynolds Tobacco Co had started the final marketing testing of Eclipse cigarettes in Chattanooga, Tennessee.[12] This cigarette heats but does not burn tobacco and delivers nicotine to the smoker in a vapor phase.[13] Because there is no burning of tobacco, there is less sidestream smoke and less tar.[13] The information provided by the tobacco company makes it clear that Eclipse may be a "cleaner" but not a "safer" cigarette.[12]
Sensors in a wash tank or a sidestream evaluate pH and hypochlorous acid.
BOC Gases has the Vitox system employing a land-based or submersible pump drawing a mixed liquor sidestream from an open, activated sludge tank.
There are two types of tobacco smoke--mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke.