The association of small VSD with more severe aortic valve disease may explain Venturi effect
as the predominant mechanism behind cusp prolapse.
Many oxygen therapy devices employ the Venturi effect
to accomplish air entrainment for the purpose of diluting 100% oxygen (used as the source gas) with room air.
Figure 3 shows another way the Venturi effect
can damage a structure.
Furthermore, it suggests that the drag forces are more important than Venturi effect
for causing SAM.
2] jet through a narrow orifice creates a Venturi effect
and results in air entrapment and a marked increase in the total flow.
As the pressure reduces, the flow rate increases, creating a Venturi effect
, puffing the cone back into the doughnut.
The well known Venturi effect
is caused when a fluid flows through a constricted area: its speed increases and the pressure drops (Fig.
jeanneli builds chimneys up to 23 ft (7 m) tall that use the Venturi effect
to suck air into the nest, thus cooling it by the evaporation of water.
When buildup begins in a channel furnace inductor, deposition is generally over the entire channel surface until constriction raises temperatures and, in combination with the venturi effect
, prevents further channel deposits.
There are several possibilities for a venturi effect
to suck air into the melt flow: ribs, ejector pins, poor mating of nozzle tip to sprue bushing, nozzle misalignment, and separated plates in a hot runner.
The Venturi effect
creates a pressure differential that pulls the water and product through at a high speed with the capability of moving 300 gallons of water and product through the plenum per minute.
Yes, we often experience the mountain pass venturi effect
on windy days in the Colorado mountains ("The Mountain Pass And Ridgeline Venturi Effect
," February 2010), but three comments on a great article.