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recirculation

 [re-ser-ku-la´shun]
in hemodialysis, circulation of part of the blood from the venous line to the arterial line and back into the patient's body without dialyzing it.

re·cir·cu·la·tion

(rē'sŭr-kyū-lā'shun),
Circular movement of the mucus blanket in a paranasal sinus due to the presence of an accessory ostium or failure to include the natural ostium in the sinusotomy.
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Furnace Size--The furnace size is determined by the minimum size required to accommodate the dipwell, recirculation pump well, degass well and main bath.
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Connections within the gas recirculation loop are constructed almost entirely of Pyrex glass.
All leachate recirculation systems share the same essential components: a liner system, a leachate collection system, a leachate storage system, a technique to transport leachate back into the waste, and a method to re-introduce leachate into the waste.
To deter potential vandalism, pumps and recirculation vessels are enclosed in a robust, metal clad base, 3m high.
By incorporating a recirculation system, it also conserves water and minimizes usage of cleaning chemicals.
Every packing line with an Ossid case-ready tray overwrapper can now conserve an average of 375,000 gallons of water per year thanks to a new, innovative, and low-cost water recirculation system.
During the recent meeting of Information Officers here, Senior Research Specialist Randy Bolves said this is part the office' coin recirculation program.
In multi-family, hotel, and motel buildings, a centralized domestic hot water (DHW) system is usually installed, which includes one or more recirculation loops (RL), to bring hot water from the central mechanical room to different parts of the building.
Environmental staff members determined that a chemical controller malfunction had allowed sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid (hydrochloric acid) solutions to be injected into the main pool recirculation line while the recirculation pump was off; when the main recirculation pump was restarted, toxic chlorine gas (generated by the reaction of concentrated sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid) was released into the pool.