vortex flow

vortex flow

An MRI term for the intra-arterial flow of blood, which is suddenly accelerated and then rapidly decelerated, as it passes through a stenosis, which is a factor in MR angiography.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Vortex Flow Transmitter
The sensor is based upon the vortex flow measurement principle, which uses a bluff body in the flow path to create small eddy currents (vortices) and the pressure of this current is measured to determine the flow through a given cross sectional area.
This whole pattern is squeezed eastward during this Friday while the succeeding low-level ridge (identifiable below 700hPa: 10,000 feet) arrives close to Marion Island but is unable to block the eastwards vortex flow.
com)-- Clark Solutions new DN Series Liquid Vortex Flow Meters are designed to meet the needs of energy, flow, and process applications requiring higher accuracy, a temperature insensitive flow measurement technology, and low cost.
Invensys Operations Management has released its Foxboro I/A Series Model 84F (Style B) vortex flow meter.
Dr Nesrin Ozalp and her research group with their project, 'Visualisation of carbon particle tracking and hydrogen production in a vortex flow solar reactor' won the first prize.
The core flow has two secondary vortex flow separated each other.
The vortex flow meter uses ultrasonic technology to measure tiny vortices that form when media in the pipe move across a strut.
Company's vortex flow meters utilize ultrasonic technology to measure tiny vortices that form when media in the pipe move across a strut.
Comil conical mill uses low rpm, centrifugal acceleration, vortex flow pattern, 360[degrees] discharging screen, and specially shaped grinding elements.
Fluidization combines with a vortex flow pattern provides very fast cycle times.
Coriolis, ultrasonic and vortex flow sensors and transmitters are poised to benefit from growth in the oil and gas as well as the chemical and petrochemical end-user industries.