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marked by facility, especially of expression

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At relatively low pressures and flow rates for horizontal flow, the flow pattern could be stratified, where the liquid flows at the base of the pipe with the gas flowing above.
Here again, too high an injection speed or flow velocity can cause the cooled surface layer to be displaced by melt flowing underneath.
Both material flows are then divided by half, with 50% flowing into the cavities of the planetary gearing and the remaining 50% being pressed into the internal gearing.
That communication could affect the immune response or make some parts of the body more susceptible to cancer, he suggests, because the vessel wall may become more receptive to latching on to white cells or cancer cells flowing past.
The maximum flow rate using the test separator was 59 Million cubic feet of gas per day through a 60/64" choke with a flowing well head pressure of 2946 psi.
The explanation of the waves is simple if you look at a CFD profile of the velocity of the polymer flowing out of the die (see top example, p.
Because particles are not simply tracers flowing with the air, the modeling of forces and properties of discrete particles provides the ability to calculate subgrid characteristics such as air-to-particle drag, wall impaction and erosion, distinct material interfaces and local density, unfilled or poorly filled regions, distribution of particle sizes in regions and lost foam bead expansion at hot walls.
All these products have Mooney viscosities, ML 1+4 at 125'C, in the range of 6-14 and are pelletized free flowing products that exhibit exceptional storage stability.
The causes of such vibrations have long mystified researchers, but now they have a clue in the form of X-ray images showing the spontaneous development of density fluctuations that propagate like waves within flowing sand.