flow divider

flow divider

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A component in the fuel control system of a gas turbine engine that routes all the fuel to the primary nozzles when starting the engine and when RPM are low. When the engine speed builds up, the flow divider opens a passage to send a majority of fuel to the secondary fuel nozzles.
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In addition, eccentric plaques opposite the flow divider were more common than concentric plaques in the ostial LAD and ostial LCX with a spared flow divider.
A waterwheel flow divider can be added for multiple-lane production.
That required a dedicated amount of oil, so a flow divider was used as well.
It ended up we had a badly overhauled flow divider from Kelly Aerospace.
Under the award, financial details of which were not available, Woodward will provide Hamilton Sundstrand high-pressure and low-pressure stator vane actuators, a bleed valve actuator, an oil valve package, fuel flow divider and return-to-tank valve.
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A flow divider directs flow to the braking and the three steering modes, giving priority to these functions.
Crucially, the adjustable flow divider, used for separating SAP streams into two smaller streams, maintains the required split ratio even as the SAP rate is increased or decreased.
Until about the late 1970s, it was common with fuel-injected engines to route a small line from the fuel flow divider on top of the engine to the instrument panel and to a pressure-sensing diaphragm in the back of the panel-mounted fuel flow gauge.
An optional oil flow divider and extension hoses are available for running the pump off hydraulic-powered carriers.
When liquid fuel flows into the flow divider, it exerts pressure on the inlet side of the gears, which causes them to rotate and meter the fuel at identical flow rates.