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v. i.1.To flow across, or in a contrary direction.
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These crossflows give rise to forward and backward mixing.
As a local inhomogeneity enters a region of compression, a portion is transferred to the other channel by the crossflow, either in the forward or backward direction, depending on the local geometry.
VA Filtration has a wide range of different types of crossflow filters that have membranes from microfiltration to nanofiltration.
Gusmer Enterprises is the North American distributor of Bucher Vaslin Crossflow filters.
Tamanend Wine Services provides onsite services on the East Coast for crossflow filtration, reverse osmosis and Velcorin treatment.
Tangent Membranes specializes in custom-built crossflow systems.
Koch Membrane systems has a wide variety of filtration solutions for the wine industry, all of which use various forms of crossflow filtration, from microfiltration to reverse osmosis and everything in between.
The overall force and moment coefficients have been derived for the two cars in a sheared and unsheared crossflow, where the mean yaw angle in both cases is 10[degrees].
In a sheared crossflow the windward edge of the roof could experience higher velocities.
An explanation for the similarity in aerodynamic loading between the sheared and uniform crossflow conditions can be seen in Figure 10.
The similarity in the velocity distribution close to the car results in an almost identical surface pressure distribution around the body, for the two crossflow cases, as shown in Figure 11.
Only steady crossflow conditions were assessed and it would be helpful to know the effects of including turbulence and transience in the crosswind input.