The results show that: (1) Without swirl, a big reverse flow region exists downstream on the side of air inlets in section through axis of afterburning chamber, which influences the mixing flow. In the case of 5° swirl, the reverse flow region is smaller and weaker.
Numerical results revealed the effects of moist air inlet humidity, airflow velocity, size of spherical silica gel particles, width of the rectangular packed bed, and the side-wall cooling temperature on the amount of water vapor adsorption.
The fungus grew as dark dense pellets during a batch fermentation at 25.5°C and air inlet of 0.26-0.43?vvm.
The dryer air inlet temperature and relative humidity were controlled in experiments to determine the effect of thermal and dessicative stresses on conidial viability.
The dependence of the fuel-oil fluorescence in the burner on the air inlet temperature, on the total fuel mass flow, and on the residence time of the fuel was investigated.
Best results were obtained by the addition of 5% K2SO4 and at 107 °C air inlet temperature.
The effect of pressurized air inlets in the reservoir upstream of the annular slit on characteristics of the axial and tangential velocity components is investigated numerically, and the mechanism of occurrence of spiral nozzle flow is clarified.
The existence of discrete pressurized air inlets that leads to the occurrence of asymmetrical characteristics is a very important factor for the formation of spiral flow.
The scattering from air inlets and cavities contributes significantly to the overall radar signature of real targets.
Air inlets and outlets were crossed several times during the experiments to test if air mixing was uniform through the cuvette.
Access is available via the air inlets at the non-drive end.