American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A flow of air.
- n. The motion of air currents around an object as it moves through the air, especially the motion of air about a moving airplane.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the flow of air.
- n. the flow of air
- n. the flow of air
“As you can see it has a built-in airflow system to allow the logs to dry.”
“The sounds will be soft and squeaky if only a tiny amount of air gets through, loud and raspy if the airflow is a bit better, and softer again if the airflow is even better still.”
“We also figured airflow, that is, the fans should draw air through the living areas, not just circulate hot air around one room which is still better than nothing.”
“This setup optimizes airflow, which is especially important since the unit is air-cooled, relying on large, quiet fans to keep the overclocked processor in working order.”
“Tower cases generally have good airflow, which is vital for long and stable component life, most coming with single or dual front intake fans, large side-panel intake fans, plus one or more rear and/or top-panel exhaust fans.”
“At the time I was there-and this would have been in the mid to late 90s-the control systems for things like airflow, which is so critical in these labs, was basically handled on a laptop computer in the U.S.”
“According to Thermolab, Baram is the Korean word for "airflow," and claim it's "for a cooling mania (sic) who is expecting to have a supreme cooling performance.”
“(If you're thinking of booking an atrium cabin, in Central Park the airflow is a little stiff, while the Boardwalk has more glimpses of the sea, but it's noisy.”
“Using a dome shaped shelter utilizes good airflow.”
“Using these models without an accessory cooling pad or making additional provisions to improve the airflow generally results in a warranty issue.”
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