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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairflowair‧flow /ˈeəfləʊ $ ˈerfloʊ/ noun [uncountable]  the movement of air through or around something
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airflowAn airflow adjuster ensures that the suction power is controllable.Today's forward thinking manufacturers are already offering systems which include self-washing filter units and energy efficient airflow patterns.This reduces the risk of airflow interference from kite to kite which at close quarters can have surprising effects!The cells will initially be totally closed: as containers are added and the temperature rises, airflow will be increased.No diffuser - just a nozzle attachment to direct the airflow where you want it.Below this a valve closes, dividing the airflow to the engine so that it runs as two separate three cylinder units.This is an unstable condition and the model will attempt to turn through 180° to face the direction of the airflow.However, turbulent airflow randomly alters the direction of lift on a flying wing.
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