aeroduct


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aeroduct

[′e·rō‚dəkt]
(aerospace engineering)
A ramjet type of engine designed to scoop up ions and electrons freely available in the outer reaches of the atmosphere or in the atmospheres of other spatial bodies and, by a metachemical process within the engine duct, to expel particles derived from the ions and electrons as a propulsive jetstream.
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Overspray powder falls to the rotating booth floor where the AeroDuct powder extraction system continually removes it at an air face velocity of 175 feet per minute.
Last March, Airepair purchased Aeroduct International, an FAA-approved repair station that maintains ducts and engine "hot parts" for a range of aircraft types.
had completed the acquisition of Aeroduct International, Inc.
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