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blog About plate heat exchanger
Plate heat exchanger is a new highly efficient heat exchanger consists of a series of corrugated sheet metal with a certain shape made â€‹â€‹of stacked. Forming a thin rectangular plate between the various channels through half a slice of heat exchange. Compared with the conventional shell and tube heat exchanger, at the same flow resistance and pump power consumption, much higher heat transfer coefficient has replaced shell and tube heat exchanger within the scope of the trend. Plate for plate heat exchanger is pressed against a metal sheet into a heat exchange plate having a corrugated shape and then stacked, with a splint, bolt made of a heat exchanger. Narrow and tortuous passage of the working fluid between the two plates forming flowing. Hot and cold fluid passes through the flow channel, the middle of a separate fluid compartment plates, and carried by the plate heat exchanger.
Under normal circumstances, we mainly to distinguish the structure of plate heat exchanger, which... (more)
KathaPantas community media, interplane tary internet & communicat ions post-ascens ion
COMMUNITY MEDIA, INTERPLANETARY INTERNET &
Erle Frayne D. Argonza / Ra
Brotherhood of Light
14 October 2012
Katotohanan at Tanglaw!
Truth & Light!
What will happen to mass
media, communications, internet post-Ascension? This White Robe, messenger
& teacher, forthcoming Guardian, will shed light on the subject.
First of all, there will
be catastrophic turbulence in the EMF (electromagnetic field) of Terra
immediately upon the planetâ€™s entry to the Null Zone. Onwards to 2013 when
geo-atmospheric changes will consequently take place, turbulence will be
sustained, thus crashing down power, communications, and mass media including
Besides, Terra is moving
to higher dimension, where polarity principles wonâ€™t work. Electricity,
communications, mass media, and internet (using binary language) may just not
work again as they used to, unless that quick R&D and... (more)
Daily Devotion How To Flee Predators
Date: Monday, August 25, 2014
Today's Chapters: Jeremiah 50
Message Title: How To Flee Predators
Hello My Friend,
Sheep, they are mild mannered, timid, and quite good at sensing danger, but their natural instinct is to flee not fight. They use their instinct to band together for safety, after fleeing, they will reform their group and look directly at the predator. Sheep also have an amazing tolerance for pain, they do not show pain, because if they do, they will be more vulnerable to predators who look for those who are weak or injured. Any sheep that is by itself is more vulnerable to an attack, which is why a shepherd is not far behind. God often refers to His people as sheep, when they stay close to Jesus they are less vulnerable to the predators of the world, and there is nothing that Jesus would not do to save His sheep. â€œThe thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. I am... (more)
Truth in Love A Culture Of Death
Where the Black Flags Fly
Author: Daniel Greenfield
Source: the Sultan Knish blog - 08.25.2014
Media conveys immediacy, but it doesn't
convey culture. Its famous flattening effect makes shoppers at a Staples
in D.C. or a Whole Foods in Berkeley feel like they're right among the
toppled buildings of Aleppo or Gaza, without actually giving them any
insight into the motivations of the players.
They're watching foreign movies in a language that they don't understand
and attributing their own motivations to the main characters. They
assume that the differences are incidental, but if the differences
really were incidental, America would look a lot more like Iraq.
It's been a while since Westerners lived in a society in which human
life was truly worthless, in which no one trusted anyone else and it was
easier to kill than not to kill.
Outside of a few urban centers in the Middle East where the elites start
The Common Ills Iraq snapshot
Wednesday, August 27, 2014. Chaos and violence continue, Nouri claims
there is a "plan B" to keep him on as prime minister, Nouri verbally
attacks a high ranking US official, a new wave of refugees sweeps Iraq, a
coalition of something wants increased war on Iraq, and much more.
Tonight the Washington Post published a column by Anbar Province Governor Ahmed Khalaf al-Dulaimi which notes:
We are struggling in this war against the forces of
darkness, but we are a people who can see the light at the end of the
tunnel, even if it is thousands of miles away. No matter how dim the
light, we hope that it will shine brighter every day.
have the right to live in peace. Our young people have the right to
enjoy all the wonderful things that life has to offer. And we have a
responsibility to give them hope that will empower them to live life to
the fullest, to reach out to their counterparts in other nations and to