flow rate


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Noun1.flow rate - the amount of fluid that flows in a given time
cardiac output - the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given period of time; "a resting adult has a cardiac output of about three quarts a minute"
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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KDOQI (NKF, 2006) guidelines also identify that a blood flow rate (Qb) of less than 300 mL/min does not provide sufficient clearance.
Objective: To determine the mean difference in maximum urine flow rate and post-void residual urine volume in sitting as well as standing voiding position in healthy males.
The total mass flow rate passing through the vortex nozzle is equal to the sum of mass flow rates entering through the nozzle's axial and tangential flow inlets.
3) Saliva is very influential on the dental health because of the chemical composition, the buffer capacity (buffer), antimicrobial activity, and salivary flow rate (flow rate).
They asserted through their empirical results that the coefficient of thermal energy for water film is in direct relation with the mass flow rate of air and water as well as inlet water temperature.
ALICAT SCIENTIFIC reports it has engineered a new mass flow controller with its highest top flow rate suitable to a wider range of applications and says the MCRH can accommodate flow rates of up to 5000 slpm, without compromising speed or precision of gas control.
During the wells operation, we usually observe a fall in their flow rate productivity, resulting from salts and clays build-up, and conventional methods for their restoration do not guarantee the desired results, - notes Mikhail Pershin, a chief geotechnical engineer in Uranium One and one of the authors of the new method.
An innovative control strategy, which is based on the Robust Model Predictive Control (MPC) methodology, was developed with the purpose of optimizing the engine thermal management; the proposed control strategy adjusts the coolant flow rate by means of an electric pump, in order to bring the cooling system to operate around the onset of nucleate boiling.
When continuous liquid film is formed, it is very important to maintain the fluid minimum mass flow rate above its critical value to prevent surface to dry out.
The system strictly regulates the air flow rate throughout a sample cycle.