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  • noun The rate of flow, usually of a fluid, measured in volume per unit time.

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Examples

  • It accurately measures and monitors key performance characteristics - such as flowrate, inhaled volume and peak inspiratory flowrate, and confirms events such as the firing of a breath actuation mechanism (BAM) and delivery of the formulation through the airway of the device.

    The Engineer - News

  • It accurately measures and monitors key performance characteristics - such as flowrate, inhaled volume and peak inspiratory flowrate, and confirms events such as the firing of a breath actuation mechanism (BAM) and delivery of the formulation through the airway of the device.

    The Engineer - News

  • It accurately measures and monitors key performance characteristics - such as flowrate, inhaled volume and peak inspiratory flowrate, and confirms events such as the firing of a breath actuation mechanism (BAM) and delivery of the formulation through the airway of the device.

    The Engineer - News

  • It accurately measures and monitors key performance characteristics - such as flowrate, inhaled volume and peak inspiratory flowrate, and confirms events such as the firing of a breath actuation mechanism (BAM) and delivery of the formulation through the airway of the device.

    The Engineer - News

  • Because of this fact, BP will certainly dispute the government's estimates of flowrate when it comes time to calculate the per-barrel fines and other liabilities.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

  • Because of this fact, BP will certainly dispute the government's estimates of flowrate when it comes time to calculate the per-barrel fines and other liabilities.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

  • However, to this day, BP has never disclosed their estimate of flowrate, and the government let them get away with shutting in, and eventually killing the well without first measuring the flow.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

  • However, to this day, BP has never disclosed their estimate of flowrate, and the government let them get away with shutting in, and eventually killing the well without first measuring the flow.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

  • However, to this day, BP has never disclosed their estimate of flowrate, and the government let them get away with shutting in, and eventually killing the well without first measuring the flow.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

  • Because of this fact, BP will certainly dispute the government's estimates of flowrate when it comes time to calculate the per-barrel fines and other liabilities.

    Robert L. Cavnar: Too Little, Too Soon: Six Months After the Blowout

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