diabatic


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Adj.1.diabatic - involving a transfer of heat; "a diabatic process"
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
adiabatic - occurring without loss or gain of heat; "adiabatic expansion"
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Sutcliffe 1947) or fostered by moist diabatic processes (e.
f] = height of fin, m (ft) y = dimensionless distance, -- Subscripts Subscripts act = actual B = base C = cooling c = cold f = fin fa = diabatic fin tip condition fl = fluid g = gas h = hot i = internal max = maximum min = minimum NcB = nucleate boiling o = outside or external sat = saturated sub = subcooled w = tube wall y = exponential figure, 0.
In a conventional diabatic system, the loss of heat energy has to be compensated for during the gas expander (power generation) phase.
It created a diabatic effect over a large part of the central plateau and the north eastern third of the country.
Diagnosing the influence of diabatic processes on the explosive deepening of extratropical cyclones.
Modes of adiabatic and diabatic fluid flow in an annulus with an inner rotating cylinder, Transactions of the ASME, 753-765.
Adiabatic refers to no heat transfer (no cooling water flow) while diabatic is with cooling.
The main objective of this paper is to report on newly obtained data on adiabatic and diabatic transitional heat transfer and pressure drop inside smooth horizontal tubes with various inlet geometries.
Potential vorticity is a quantity which is proportional to the dot product of vorticity and stratification that, following a parcel of air or water, can only be changed by diabatic or frictional processes.