cone valve


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cone valve

[′kōn ‚valv]
(civil engineering)
A divergent valve whose cone-shaped head in a fixed cylinder spreads water around the wide, downstream end of the cone in spillways of dams or hydroelectric facilities. Also known as Howell-Bunger valve.
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