baffle plate

baffle plate

[′baf·əl ‚plāt]
(electromagnetism)
Metal plate inserted in a waveguide to reduce the cross-sectional area for wave conversion purposes.
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The air plenum includes an abrasion-resistant baffle plate exclusive to the M-Series.
Hinging open the bearing-free end plate at the overs/discharge end of the screening chamber allows rapid removal of the unit's internal baffle plate, screen cylinder, and helical paddle/feed screw assembly.
The 18 damaged baffle bolts are grouped on one baffle plate.
A strainer system is designed to offer quick access to the baffle plate for mesh replacement.
Initially (case1) the carburetor has been modeled with only one baffle plate at the centre of the mixing chamber as shown in Figure 3 .
In the up-mode, a high velocity flow is impinged on an adjustable baffle plate.
If you have overhanging eaves within say, one metre of the outlet, it would be wise to have a baffle plate fitted to divert the gases and steam away from the eaves.
The First Amendment and the voluntary movie rating system are the film industry's baffle plate against those who want no system of any kind or any parental cautionary warnings; those who often use the rating system as a rostrum for ridicule in order to attract public attention; as well as those who clamor for muzzles on creative voices in this country, who look at life through a narrow apocalyptic lens.
During the casting process, the end of the boss was to melt slightly and press down, thereby locking the baffle plate in place with the valve cover.
In addition, a dropout section and perforated baffle plate lower velocities, allowing heavier mass dust particles to drop out into a hopper and reducing the amount of dust carried to the filter media.
Those pieces also went into the first assembly job for the firm, as SAC was asked to add a tube to and paint the throttle body, and install a baffle plate on the lower intake manifold.