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v. i.1.To flow across, or in a contrary direction.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Claverly-based businessman, who launched renewable energy company Crossflow Energy and is hoping to raise PS10,000 for the two causes, has previous for heart-pumping shenanigans.
The single-factor experiments and membrane resistance analysis methods have shown that the water throughput performance in the hybrid process is affected by TiO2 concentration, aeration rate, transmembrane pressure, and crossflow velocity.
In production, we utilized lees filtration, diatomaceous earth (DE) filtration, plate and frame pad filtration, crossflow filtration, sterile filtration and, at times, reverse osmosis (RO) for the removal of volatile acidity and/or alcohol.
Crossflow, the working capital marketplace for corporates and their supply chains, has announced its annual results and outperforms all expectations, the company said.
The agreement will allow Distilogix to sell PicaPilot and both the PICOS Enterprise Edition (which includes an unmodified Debian Linux kernel, OpenFlow Version 1.5 SDN, L2/L3 switching and routing features), Pica8's industry- leading CrossFlow (a dual-control-plane technology that allows all switch ports in a network to be both L2/L3 and OpenFlow controlled at the same time), as well as the OpenFlow-only PICOS SDN Edition.
Princeton, NJ, April 10, 2018 --( The CrossFlow presentation by Dr.
A fan wing aircraft [1-4] has a crossflow fan at the leading edge of each wing.
All three designs include features to minimize the chance of crossflow between the HW and CHW systems.