Venturi

A short constriction in a tube between two longer tapered portions that are usually of unequal length but terminate with the same diameter, so that there is a drop in pressure in a fluid flowing through the constriction which may be used to determine the rate of flow or used as a source of suction; also devices having this form and the effect invol...
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venturi

(ven-tu┬┤re) Venturi mask.
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Venturi

A simple device for introducing a gas, e.g. air or CO2, into a water stream in a pipe.
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Venturi

An increase in the velocity of a fluid or gas due to the constriction of flow.
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Venturi

Type: Term Pronunciation: ven-tū′rē Definitions: 1. Giovanni B., Italian physicist, 1746-1822. See: Venturi effect, Venturi meter, Venturi tube
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venturi

a restriction in a tube that cause an increase in air velocity, resulting in decrease of pressure (increase in vacuum) at restriction.
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venturi

A tube reduced in diameter at its centre Air flowing through it is speeded up by the change in shape
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Venturi

Decanting spout named after the Italian physicist Giovanni B. Venturi (1746-1822), who invented this principle. The approximately ten-centimeter long pipe is made of plastic and stainless steel and has a tight-fitting rubber stopper. An hourglass-like constriction increases the flow rate and creates a vacuum that draws air into the tube. A sieve wi...
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