volumetric flow rate

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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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But this hypothesis is somewhat weakened by the fact that the earnings ratio of women to men was also rising (albeit at a variable rate) for a long period during which the rate of flow into part-time employment for women was increasing.
If one considers that rate relative to the rate of flow from nonparticipation to full-time employment, however, then women are more likely to end up in part-time employment.
Through this process, students face the real-life challenges of creating experiments to investigate physical phenomena such as temperature, pressure, voltage, rate of flow, vibration and so on.