nozzle

i) air-blast. nozzle using high-velocity air to break up liquid supplied at low pressure
ii) anvil. nozzle in which liquid jet strikes smooth solid surface at high angle of incidence
iii) cone (or swirl). nozzle in which liquid emerges from orifice with tangential velocity component imparted by passage through one or more tangential or helical channels in swirl chamber
iv) deflector. nozzle in which fan shaped sheet of spray is formed by directing liquid over sharply inwardly curving surface
v) fan. nozzle in which two streams of liquid are caused to converge, producing on impact fan-shaped sheet of liquid...

nozzle

  1. a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged
  2. (US) informal terms for the nose

nozzle

1. a passageway through jet bits that causes the drilling fluid to be ejected from the bit at high velocity. The jet of mud clear the bottom of the hole. Nozzles come in different sizes that can be interchanged on the bit to adjust the velocity with which the mud exits the bit. 2. the part of the fuel system of an engine that has small holes in it to permit fuel to enter the cylinder. Properly known as a fuel-injection nozzle, but also called a spray valve. The needle valve is directly above the nozzle. ...

Nozzle

A nozzle is a device designed to control the direction or characteristics of a fluid flow (especially to increase velocity) as it exits (or enters) an enclosed chamber or pipe. A nozzle is often a pipe or tube of varying cross sectional area, and it can be used to direct or modify the flow of a fluid (liquid or gas). Nozzles are frequently used to...
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Nozzle

The tubular tip of a caulking gun through which the compound is extruded.
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Nozzle

• (n.) A short tube, usually tapering, forming the vent of a hose or pipe. • (n.) The nose; the snout; hence, the projecting vent of anything; as, the nozzle of a bellows. • (n.) A short outlet, or inlet, pipe projecting from the end or side of a hollow vessel, as a steam-engine cylinder or a steam boiler. • (n.) A short tube, u...
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nozzle

(from the article `fluid mechanics`) is constant along a streamline. It is worth noting that, when a gas flows through a nozzle or through a shock front (see below), the flow, though ... [5 related articles]
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Nozzle

- The part of a heating system that sprays the fuel of fuel-air mixture into the combustion chamber.
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nozzle

noun a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged
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Nozzle

Noz'zle noun [ A dim. of nose . √261] [ Written also nosle .] 1. The nose; the snout; hence, the projecting vent of anything; as, the nozzle of a bellows. 2. Specifically: (a) A short tube, usually tapering, forming the vent of a hose or pipe. (b)...
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Nozzle

A device attached to the end of a fire hose that directs, shapes and regulates the flow of the water or fire fighting agent pumped into the hose. May have a control valve. Can also be referred to as a Branch Pipe.
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Nozzle

A device attached to the end of a fire hose that directs, shapes and regulates the flow of the water or fire fighting agent pumped into the hose. May have a control valve.
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Nozzle

Hollow metal hose screwed into the extrusion end of the heating cylinder of an injection machine designed to form a seal under pressure between the cylinder and the mold
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nozzle

part of a plasma torch, which can constitute an electrode, allowing to shape the plasma flow prior to its ejection in order to increase its speed and/or its energy density
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Nozzle

The part of a heating system that sprays the fuel of fuel-air mixture into the combustion chamber.
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Nozzle

The portion of the rocket motor which accelerates the gases to sonic velocity at the narrowest part of the nozzle (the throat) then expands them to greater velocity in the exit cone.  In experimental rocketry this is generally turned on a lathe from graphite and /or phenolic.
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Nozzle

The portion of the rocket motor which accelerates the gases to sonic velocity at the narrowest part
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Nozzle

The projecting aperture at the end of a combustion chamber serving as an outlet for the exhaust gases.
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Nozzle

The socket with a flange, usually removeable, to hold the candle in the 'stick and to help prevent grease from running down the stem.
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Nozzle

The tapered fitting on the end of the barrel of the injection moulding press where the resin enters the sprue
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nozzle

[n] - a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged
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