Flow Rate

  • (noun): The amount of fluid that flows in a given time.
    Synonyms: flow, rate of flow

Some articles on flow, flow rates, flow rate, rate:

Hardy Cross Method - Derivation - Method of Balancing Heads - Proof
... is taken from Hardy Cross's paper, “Analysis of flow in networks of conduits or conductors.”, and can be verified by National Programme on ... If the initial guess of flow rates in each pipe is correct, the change in head over a loop in the system, would be equal to zero ... in head will be non-zero and a change in flow, must be applied ...
River - Flow - Rate
... Volumetric flow rate, also known as discharge, volume flow rate, and rate of water flow, is the volume of water which passes through a given cross-section of the river channel per unit time ... Volumetric flow rate can be thought of as the mean velocity of the flow through a given cross-section, times that cross-sectional area ...
Bio Sand Filter - Maintenance
... Both of these occurrences cause a decrease in flow rate ... Although slower flow rates generally improve water filtration due to idle time, it may become too slow for the users’ convenience ... If flow rate go below 0.1 litre/minute, it is recommended by CAWST to perform maintenance ...
Curtain Coating - Flow Rate
... It is also important to note that each fluid or dye has its own minimum flow rate ... The minimum flow rate is the smallest amount of dye at a given moment to keep the curtain flowing continuously ... The minimum flow rate is directly proportional to the surface tension while viscosity is inversely proportional ...
The Flow Induced By The Stack Effect
... The draft (draught in British English) flow rate induced by the stack effect can be calculated with the equation presented below ... For buildings with one or two floors, h is the height of the building and A is the flow area of the openings ... For multi-floor, high-rise buildings, A is the flow area of the openings and h is the distance from the openings at the neutral pressure level (NPL) of the ...

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