Definitions

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  • n. The movement of water horizontally beneath the land surface, usually when the soil is completely saturated.

Etymologies

through +‎ flow (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • This 'throughflow' ink system means the heads are inherently resistant to clogging and work well with both high viscosity inks and heavy pigment particles.

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  • Quantitative comparison of lake throughflow, residency, and catchment runoff using stable isotopes: modelling and results from a survey of Boreal lakes.

    Historical changes in freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • Water enters the stream system by direct precipitation in the channel, from runoff, throughflow, and by groundwater flow.

    Stream

  • A drainage basin is the topographic region from which a stream receives runoff, throughflow, and groundwater flow.

    Drainage basin

  • This suggests the North Atlantic thermohaline circulation depends not only on the existence of a DP throughflow, but also on the depth of the sills in the Southern Ocean to be interesting.

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  • This flow represents the water added from distant tributaries and from throughflow that occurs in surface soils and sediments.

    Surface runoff of water

  • Fixed-dome plant; F: Quality factor for thorough mixing and favorable throughflow conditions, normal situation = 100% (Source: OEKOTOP)

    5. Biogas technique

  • Continuous-feed plants are those in which there is a continuous throughflow of biomass, resulting in a near-constant volume of slurry in the digester.

    5. Biogas technique

  • Normal throughflow: The filtration rate is controlled jointly by valves E and F.

    3. Technologies

  • Alternatively, the foregoing mode of operation for decreasing throughflow could be chosen.

    3. Technologies

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