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Luftleistung

English translation: (air) flow rate

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German term or phrase:Luftleistung
English translation:(air) flow rate
Entered by: Tone Wittmann
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15:30 Feb 6, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general)
German term or phrase: Luftleistung
In the description of "Druckluftdrockner"
Tone Wittmann
Local time: 21:56
[air] flow rate
Explanation:
[air] flow rate

Luftleistung: [air] flow rate. (Sometimes spelled flowrate)
AltaVista (English) [+dryer +”flow rate”] 1,278 pages found

Expressed in terms of air volume/unit time. Depending on the device, application and country, it can be measured, for example, in:

cubic meters/hour (metric)
http://www.michael-hald.de/mietpark/trocknun.htm

liters/hour
http://www.ozone.co.uk/Air_dryer/da_air_dryer.htm
http://www.etienne.ch/Elutherm_4.htm

liters/second
http://www.heinisch.at/Produkte/Ventilatoren/Zentralstaubsau...

cubic cubic feet per minute (cfm; non-metric)
http://www.quincycompressor.com/integrated/index.html
etc.

_Air capacity_ denotes the total volume of air that can be consumed by a combustion engine, and is a function of the cubic inches of displacement and the rpm.
http://www.prestage.com/carmath/calc_AirCapacity.asp

It can also be loosely used to denote (max.) flow capacity, as in a muffler system.
http://bluedog.cc.emory.edu/archives/cml/Oct_99/1423.html


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Local time: 15:56
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Thanks for all the additional help !
I found the right way to express it in the target language Norwegian......
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na[air] flow rate
Tom Funke
naair capacityWinfried Schoepf


  

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air capacity


Explanation:
just sounds right

Winfried Schoepf
Local time: 21:56

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[air] flow rate


Explanation:
[air] flow rate

Luftleistung: [air] flow rate. (Sometimes spelled flowrate)
AltaVista (English) [+dryer +”flow rate”] 1,278 pages found

Expressed in terms of air volume/unit time. Depending on the device, application and country, it can be measured, for example, in:

cubic meters/hour (metric)
http://www.michael-hald.de/mietpark/trocknun.htm

liters/hour
http://www.ozone.co.uk/Air_dryer/da_air_dryer.htm
http://www.etienne.ch/Elutherm_4.htm

liters/second
http://www.heinisch.at/Produkte/Ventilatoren/Zentralstaubsau...

cubic cubic feet per minute (cfm; non-metric)
http://www.quincycompressor.com/integrated/index.html
etc.

_Air capacity_ denotes the total volume of air that can be consumed by a combustion engine, and is a function of the cubic inches of displacement and the rpm.
http://www.prestage.com/carmath/calc_AirCapacity.asp

It can also be loosely used to denote (max.) flow capacity, as in a muffler system.
http://bluedog.cc.emory.edu/archives/cml/Oct_99/1423.html





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I found the right way to express it in the target language Norwegian......

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