outward flow

See: outflow
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Still, he said, it's only one case,"a small piece of the total picture of economic espionage and the outward flow of intellectual property".
CAPITAL FLIGHT Uncertain economic environment exacerbated by the rentseeking nature of the system and draconian tax administration are some of the major reasons that contribute to the outward flow of money.
This makes it all the more important to examine how some developing countries succeeded in reversing the outward flow.
Data loss prevention (DLP) detects and lessens instances of nefarious and unintended outward flow of sensitive data - Distributed denial of service (DDoS) identification and mitigation technologies provide protection against resource-robbing and Web site-disrupting attacks.
The rotating heat-sink-impeller, meanwhile, induces a radially outward flow of the ambient surrounding air.
One of the capital control measures adopted by the Reserve Bank of India is the reduction of the cap on outward flow of remittances from $200,000 to $75,000 per year, which could slow down investments in Dubai's real estate sector.
The surface anticyclone's outward flow was in part drawn toward this deepening upper air vortex.
With markets now anticipating a reversal, we are seeing a large outward flow from emerging markets.
A 54-year-old woman died Friday after apparently getting caught by a rip current, a strong outward flow of water.
Regrettably, y for Wales, the outward flow is more than matched by the inward flow of lifestyle refugees, many with a huge pile of money made from selling property in the south-east of England, who can outbid the locals and, wanting rural tranquillity, y do not want any industrial development to provide work for the locals.
Manure is actively pushed into the impeller blades around the outer edge of the turbine by the outward flow from the propeller core, providing improved cannon and load-out performance in thicker slurry.
This is like diverting your fiver directly into the pond's outlet--a situation that not only blocks the outward flow, but can cause fleeting discomfort as pressure is forced into tiny and closed spaces.