any localized airflow.
a wind, esp at a high altitude
a current of moving air
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It wasn't until the temperature and humidity of the airstream were increased that there were noticeable effects.
Their pattern is dictated by geometries of airstream collision far below.
Airstream is one of the best-known names in trailers.
RV hookups, airstream trailers and tent camping are available year round.
My guess is that it is about eddies in the airstream.
And when it storms, shift the airstream to ducting from outside, or close the server room off altogether.
At the buildings, the chilled water is circulated through coils to transfer the heat from an airstream to cool the buildings.
In this patent, he described how the section reacted in the airstream.
Centrifugal fans use a rotating impeller to increase the velocity of an airstream.
These duct boards are available with coated or faced airstream surfaces.
Lighter particles not deposited on the first stage are carried by the airstream onto the successive stages.
Preliminary tests at high velocities indicate that particles from the catalyst are not being entrained into the airstream.
Of course, this process works even better when the moving airstream is of low humidity.
Predicted reductions in particle concentrations with supply airstream filtration.
Motors and drives shall be mounted out of the airstream.
The airstream mechanism is how the air moving through the vocal tract is powered.