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circulation

Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Speaking at the event, Simon Osei Mensah, Ashanti Regional Minister urged the public to support the cylinder recirculation project.
Housed below the Argon Series tank, an integral recirculation system delivers a jetting stream, flushing water over the large capacity sinusoidal over-flow weir.
Additionally, users can control their tankless water heater from a smartphone or tablet to turn the system on and off, change the water temperature, monitor status and, on select models, activate the recirculation system.
The first case is to study the effect of wind velocity on the cooling tower recirculation. Wind velocities of 3, 5, 7 and 10 m/s (6.7, 11.2, 15.6 and 22.3 mph) were simulated.
A full-scale test for long-term monitoring is essential to further analyze the contribution of recirculation to gas emission in an actual landfill (Table 1) [12-16].
A feature noted in all events was that chemicals were inappropriately dispensed while main recirculation pumps were deactivated, causing the chemicals to mix at concentrations that resulted in the generation of toxic chlorine gas.
Figure 5 was acquired 510 [micro]s after start of injection (ASI), but high-speed movies of the entire injection event are available online [30], At this particular timing, a well-established, almost uniform, upward recirculation motion is shown.
However, there are not many studies evaluating biochemical characteristics of lettuce in different hydroponic systems with different recirculation frequencies and with variable water quality, in the same experiment.
Using weighted average temperatures to and from the CRAH units and IT equipment, and applying mass flow balance equations, the average bypass and recirculation air, and the resulting efficiencies of air supply and demand can be determined.
Fiftyone percent of all the medicines used by humans are in shape of pills and capsules and embossing batch number and expiry date on every tablet can reduce recirculation, said Dr.
* Recirculation module creates a HEPA-filtered clean zone