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Plume (hydrodynamics)
... In hydrodynamics, a plume is a column of one fluid moving through another ... more important than density differences and buoyancy effects, the plume is usually described as a jet ...
Stanleya (plant)
... mustard family known commonly as prince's plumes ... Species Stanleya albescens - white prince's plume Stanleya confertiflora - Oregon prince's plume Stanleya elata - Panamint prince's plume Stanleya pinnata - desert prince's plume ...
Plume - Other Uses
... Hackle, an ornamental plume on a uniform headdress. ...
Prometheus (volcano)
... by reddish sulfur and circular, bright sulfur dioxide volcanic plume deposits ... Prometheus is the site of two volcanic eruption plumes a small, sulfur-rich plume erupting from the magma-source vent at the eastern end of the flow field and a 75-to-100-k ... The SO 2-rich plume is generated as lava at the western end of the flow field covers sulfur dioxide frost, heating and vaporizing it ...
Features and Capabilities of AERMOD
... Plume types Continuous, buoyant plumes Plume deposition Dry or wet deposition of particulates and/or gases Plume dispersion treatment Gaussian model treatment in horizontal and in vertical for stable ...

Famous quotes containing the word plume:

    In some of those dense fir and spruce woods there is hardly room for the smoke to go up. The trees are a standing night, and every fir and spruce which you fell is a plume plucked from night’s raven wing.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)