CON-DI

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CON-DIConvergent-Divergent (nozzles)
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Therefore, it can be concluded that the divergent part of a convergent-divergent nozzle contributes to the choking of initially subcooled flashing flow.
Objective: The expansion of a dilute gas through a gasdynamics convergent-divergent nozzle can occur in three different regimes, depending on the inlet and discharge conditions and on the gas: via a fully subsonic expansion, via a subsonic-supersonic or via a subsonic-supersonic-subsonic expansion embedding a compression shock wave within the divergent portion of the nozzle.
Most of them are based on convergent-divergent geometries suitable to generate elongational flows and were designed to be adapted with an existing equipment, e.
Professor French and his students wanted to develop a demonstration of how a de Laval nozzle (also called a convergent-divergent nozzle) converts subsonic gas flow into supersonic flow.
The consequent convergent-divergent amplitude aspect ratio is given by [alpha] = ([s.
The tunnel was configured with a convergent-divergent nozzle that resulted in a free-stream Mach number of 2.
The study presented here attempted to establish the convergent-divergent validity of a proposed instrument, with respect to visual-developmental factors and verbal and nonverbal abilities.
Convergent-divergent selection, a method designed to improve regional adaptation, is based on recurrent selection at a number of diverse locations, where seed used to begin each new cycle of selection at a specific location is derived from selections made at a different location (Lonnquist et al.
In order to investigate the influence of the inlet swirl on the nozzle restrictiveness and visualize the two-phase flow expanded in the convergent-divergent nozzle, a transparent nozzle with controllable swirl at the nozzle inlet has been designed and manufactured, as shown in Figure 6.
the number of the restricting convergent-divergent (c-d) rings, their land area and the c-d angles.
Convergent-divergent (C/D) selection, a method designed for this purpose, is based on recurrent selection at a number of diverse locations, where seed used to begin each new cycle of selection at a specific location is derived from selections made at a different location (Lonnquist et al.
Local and convergent-divergent (C/D) selection methods were employed through two cycles.