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A measure of the resistance the gas stream encounters as it flows through the baghouse. May refer to pressure differential across the cloth, across the baghouse, or the pressure drop across the entire system.
Difference in pressure between two points, generally at the inlet and outlet of a filter separator. Measured in pounds per square inch gauge or inches of mercury.
A decrease in water pressure during flow due to internal friction between molecules of water, and external friction due to irregularities or roughness in surfaces past which the water flows.
A loss of pressure resulting from friction as a fluid passes through a porous medium from one area to another.
Resistance to airflow created by an air filter. Measured in inches water gauge or Pascals. A lower pressure drop is generally preferred.
Resistance to flow. Defined as the difference in pressure upstream and downstream. ( 099)
The difference in pressure between two points in a system, caused by resistance to flow.
The difference between inlet and outlet pressure of any control device.
a concern in semiconductor fabrication plants because it can limit process gas flow
that pressure lost between any two points of a piping or duct system due to friction, leakage or other reasons
Similar to voltage drop in electricity. Air is forced through the system (airflow) by pressure. There is a pressure drop (a drop in pressure - PSI) in proportion to the length and diameter the airline. The formula looks like this: Length of Airline X Velocity of air squared /25000 X Diameter of airline
the difference in pressure between the inlet and outlet of any tube. The pressure drop represents the resistance of an open tubular or packed column to mobile phase flow. As a consequence, while the amount of material entering and exiting the column per unit time is constant, the flow rate u at the inlet is lower than at the outlet.
A measure of the resistance the gas stream encounters as it flows through an air control device or other piece of equipment.
The decrease in pressure from one point in a pipe or tube to another down stream. This is usually the result of friction of the water against the tube. High flow rates in small tubes give large pressure drop. Low flow rates in large tubes give low pressure drop.
Also referred to as resistance, the difference of the air pressure entering the filter and the air pressure exiting the filter at a stated flow and under given conditions. The pressure drop of a filter is a measure of its resistance to airflow through it. Typically expressed in inches of water column (gauge) or in Pascals.
Resistance to gas flow; may refer to pressure differential across the cloth, across the baghouse, or across the entire system. Units are usually inches of water
The resistance of a device to the flow of a fluid through it. The pressure drop of a filter is a measure of its resistance to air flow through it. Resistance is measured in inches w.g. in the Inch-Pound system of measurement (1" w.g. = 0.036 psi). It is measured in Pascals in the SI system.
Pressure drop through the heat exchanger shall be expressed as the difference in static pressure between the Entering Supply Airflow and the Leaving Supply Airflow.
The difference between the inlet and outlet pressures.
A decrease in water pressure between the softener inlet and outlet connections.
Loss of pressure in a compressed air system due to friction or restriction.
a loss of pressure that results from friction sustained by a fluid passing through a line, valve, fitting, or other device.
A measure of a filter's resistance to airflow through it. The difference between the static pressure upstream and downstream of the filters. Resistance is measured in inches w.g. in the Inch-Pound system of measurement or Pascals in the SI system. The greater the pressure drop, the greater the resistance to air flow through the filter. 1 in. w.g.= 248.8 Pascals (Pa).
Pressure drop is the loss of pressure that occurs when the melt is pushed into a section of the mould during the filling phase.
The pressure loss which is added to system pressure loss, due to the presence of the damper.
The loss of pressure due to a restriction, a long line, or a small diameter line.
Resistance to air flow; may refer to pressure differential across the cloth, across the baghouse or the pressure drop across the entire system.
Resistance to flow created by the element (media) in a filter. Defined as the difference between upstream pressure (filter inlet) and downstream pressure (filter outlet).
It is the increasing resistance to airflow as the filter clogs.
The loss of force applied over a filtering surface due to restriction of airflow.