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volumetric flow rate

[vol′yəmet′rik]
the rate at which a volume of fluid flows past a designated point, usually measured in liters per second.
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Performance of drippers was evaluated by calculating the relative flow rate (Qr) using equation 1, flow rate coefficient of variation (CVQ) using equation 2 and degree of clogging (GE) using equation 3, as described below:
Although it is only a proposition that fistula health may be damaged by higher blood flow rates, if hemodialysis clearance is adequate with a slower blood flow rate, then clinical equipoise indicates that further research is required to discern whether any harm, and specifically what harm, may come to an AVF when dialyzing with a faster blood flow rate, and for what benefit of any clearance differences.
A simple and descriptive measurement of urinary flow rate and general voiding function is provided by uroflowmetry (UFM).
The differences between the vortex nozzle axial inlet pressures and tangential inlet pressures were within 10 kPa when the tangential inlet mass flow rate is less than 13.
Resultof difference in salivary flow rate before and after stimulation between chewing pineapple and chewing papaya on the students of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Syiah Kuala generation from 2013 to 2016.
During the experiments, dry and wet bulb air temperatures, water temperature, air humidity, water mass flow rate and air velocity, and hence air flow rate, are measured using copper-constantan thermocouple (type K), thermo hygrometer (Humidity Meter) Lutron AM-4205A, Rotameter (flow meter with 0 to 50 g/s reading range), and digital anemometer DA40, respectively.
In particular, the new approach entails production wells repair and flow rates restoration adding ammonium bifluoride to conditioning agent.
During the engine warm-up, the goal is to gain a fast rise of engine wall temperatures; under fully warmed conditions, the coolant flow rate is regulated in order to maintain nucleate boiling conditions.
Following equipment was installed on the air line: air cleaner, pressure regulator, flow rate regulators, and in-line flow meters.
When this flow rate increases or decreases, the pressure naturally changes along with it.
The effect of flow rate and tubing insulation on the temperature difference between the bag and the intravenous cannula was analyzed via repeated simultaneous measurements of temperature both inside the saline bag and in the venous cannula at different flow rates.