wall column

wall column

A column which is embedded, or partially embedded, in a wall.
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Figure 5 showed that the fitting results of all four models were consistent with the measured BTCs in the rough wall columns. The increasing trend of [beta] values towards 2.00 in the CTRW model for the rough wall column experiments was also a piece of evidence supporting the Fickian transport behavior during the breakthrough process [64].
Tom Davies was Pendennis on the Sunday Observer and then for years wrote an increasingly off the wall column for the Western Mail.
He joined the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo in 1959 in a number of roles, at one point taking over from the legendary George Harrison - no relation to the Beatle - as writer of the Over the Mersey Wall column.
The application chapters describe the retrofit of side stream columns to dividing wall columns, membrane separation for olefin/paraffin fractionators, modern vacuum systems, a water network retrofitted in a petroleum refinery, and a chemical pulp refining process for paper manufacturing.
It was supported by 236 outer wall columns and 47 sturdy central steel columns.
Decorative wall columns, extensive greenery and new interior signage were also added to create a more receptive atmosphere.