Confluences, because of their deep water, abundance of fish, countercurrents
that cause fish to be momentarily trapped and special topography that allow for easy foraging, are a favorite habitat of river dolphins (Hastie et al.
Packed bed: Dry and heated air enters a packed bed of the moist solid in a countercurrent
El Nino, temperature limitation, range expansion, invasive species, wind reversed estuarine circulation, Olympic Peninsula Countercurrent
Caption: Figure 2 Process of heat and mass transfer in a countercurrent
packed tower (Luo et al.
In the late nineteenth century, Peruvian scholars first connected stronger, but irregular, occurrences of the countercurrent
with rainfall along the desert coast and attached the El Nino name to it.
Trials were conducted in a countercurrent
Micropuncture study of the mammalian urinary concentrating mechanism: evidence for the countercurrent
to productivity within the modern bureaucratic workplace is the cow path.
The cooling zone condensers separating superheated steam from the condensation zone thus provide the countercurrent
working fluid--and--heated water circulation therefore enabling the temperature increase of the heated water that leaves the condenser concurrently reducing the energy loss from irreversible heat exchange.
Blue and red flowed toward each other, creating alternating bands as in a countercurrent
At the same time, as Vandenberg-Daves also demonstrates, there has always been a countercurrent
of women, including the enslaved, the poor, and the immigrant, taking their destinies into their own hands.
leaching process to produce the brine;
He challenges the author's contention that today's workers don't generally have a consciousness of themselves as a class by pointing to the countercurrent
of worker resistance that continues well into the 2000s.
One final quibble about Rebhorn's book is his failure to acknowledge any of those scholars whose main conclusions he repeats in his introduction and endnotes (for instance, Pio Rajna's insight that the Decameron's title parodies that of Ambrose's Hexameron, De Sanctis's famous characterization of the Decameron as a "human comedy" in contrast to Dante's Divine Comedy, Vittore Branca's discovery that Boccaccio cribbed much of his Plague description from Paul the Deacon's History of the Lombards, Robert Hollander and Courtney Cahill's identification of countercurrent
competition that undercuts the magnanimity of Day 10, etc.
Since centrifugal dryers operate on three basic principles--residual heat in the pellet, centrifugal action, and countercurrent
ambient air flow--proper operating parameters must be established.