discharge line


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discharge line

[′dis‚chärj ‚līn]
(engineering)
The length of pipe through which drilling mud travels from the mud pump through the standpipe on its way to the borehole.
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Figure 2 shows a typical model of a discharge line with manifold scroll compressors and coil headers as fixed boundary conditions at both ends.
By the same token, the heat transfer rates between the crankcase gas and the oil injection line, the discharge chamber, the discharge muffler, the discharge line and the motor are given by,
The pump casing walls and the crescent create a seal that separates suction from the discharge side followed by the rotor and idler meshing and the liquid being pushed into the discharge line.
Cycle test your HVAC system's condensation pump, making sure the discharge line is clear and securely fastened.
The objective of the work described in this paper is to remove physical pressure sensors and estimate the compressor discharge line pressure, condensing pressure, liquid line pressure, evaporating pressure, and suction line pressure using low-cost temperature sensors.
The hydrostatic test of the steam kettle relief valve and steam jacket discharge line is not being accomplished annually.
Bar codes are attached to the bags at check-in, scanned at numerous stations throughout the discharge line and directed to the appropriate aircraft loading ramp," commented Metrologic's Dale Fischer, Vice President of International Sales.
length of gravity sewers 19,165 m, material pvc-u; length of discharge line 2861 m, hdpe.
Installation is very simple as the unit is supplied as a small skid so only a gas oil line and a HFO line need to be connected at one end, and a discharge line at the other end.
The oil/water condensate is removed via a highly efficient robust brass drain assembly with the built-in capability to attach a 6mm dia nylon condensate discharge line.
The execution of two pump stations and their discharge line,
Hope Creek was manually taken out of service as a result of a failed eight-inch discharge line from the "A" moisture separator to the main condenser in Hope Creek's turbine building.