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circulation rate

The minute volume or output of the heart per minute. In an average-sized adult with a pulse rate of 70, the amount is about 3 L/sq m of body surface each minute.
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The four operating parameters include circulation rates, Q (L/min), ozone supply (mg/L), CEX concentration (mg/L), and GAC dose (g/L).
The ROP-Neural Network developed using bit type and diameter, formation type, bit tooth and bearing wear, mud circulation rate, gross hours drilled, footage, weight on bit, and rotary speed as the input parameters; while the rate of penetration was set a the target.
In both risers, the solids circulation rate ranges from 50 to 200 kg/([m.sup.2] s) and superficial gas velocity ranges from 3.5 to 8.0 m/s.
We are looking at a new design for the magazine that ties what we've learned from our research into the design of the magazine and we plan to continue to increase our paid circulation rate base and to serve the entire audience of landowners.
When the amount of the fuel in the furnace remains constant, ash concentration in the furnace will increase with increasing circulation rate. According to the analytical data on composition of oil shale and its ash, we know that oil shale is a kind of low-rank fuel with high ash content and plenty of metal oxides which have a certain catalytic effect on the reduction reaction of [N.sub.2]O and N[O.sub.X] [17, 19].
With a smaller volume of air to displace, the system requires less energy to achieve the same circulation rate. And with new air distribution/diffusion devices, these systems are far less obtrusive than their largely utilitarian computer room forebears.
This force, combined with the fast circulation rate of the slurry, results in excellent and efficient grinding with sharp particle size distribution, according to the literature.
Although the sea water circulation rate varies, it is basically 10-20 meters per hour, the team said, down from observations in the same area during the mid-1980s by U.S.
The new combined title, to be relaunched in September, will have a paid circulation rate base of 550,000.
Air flow dynamics, encompassing the effects of laminar flow, high and low pressure zones and circulation rate, is a complicated science.
For its part Health raised its circulation rate base 18%, from 1.1 million to 1.3 million, effective January 2000.