air ring

air ring

[′er ‚riŋ]
(engineering)
In plastics forming, a circular manifold which distributes an even flow of cool air into a hollow tubular form passing through the manifold.
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Ten minutes later, the flock had come within gunshot, and were making the air ring with their hoarse cries.
Faster and faster, vying with one another, they moved at the double or at a trot, vanishing amid the clouds of dust they raised and making the air ring with a deafening roar of mingling shouts.
brother, outside, made the air ring with cries louder than Mousa's.
Can't last at this rate," say the knowing ones, while the partisans of each make the air ring with their shouts and counter-shouts of encouragement, approval, and defiance.
That's how Miguel Sanchez described his experience following the installation of a new air ring at Dallas Plastics Corp.
For the supply of the components to each other a plurality of supply lines for the media heating (supply and return), drinking water, compressed air ring line and empty pipe routes with up to 8 conduits DN 110 including the corresponding cable ducts must be manufactured in the courtyard area.
the new turbine that drives the flexible bell disk/shaping air ring system can operate with approximately 40 percent less air than previous setups thanks to the optimized vanes and nozzles deployed.
Unlike the studios at Television Centre, which had its own compressed air ring main, the new studios had no on-site air production capability so a fast, simple solution was required to provide on-demand air.
The SES comprises a small air ring that fits any air ring or die that is constructed of aluminum and fits between the die and the primary cooling ring.
As a result, it only requires one air ring to achieve a stabilisation of the film bubble.
Sweeney and Campbell (14) reported on the importance of interaction of various process variables, polymer properties, and air ring design on bubble instability.