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orifice

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(electromagnetism)
Opening or window in a side or end wall of a waveguide or cavity resonator through which energy is transmitted.
(science and technology)
An aperture or hole.

orifice

orifice
A mouth, aperture, opening, perforation, passage, or hole. The size of an orifice normally is fixed.
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The length of this flame is about 5-10 orifice diameters, for both orifices tested, and is clearly seen in the case of no fuel in the ambient fluid (Figs.
Traditionally, the diagnosis of duplicated renal collecting system and delineation of ectopic ureter orifices are made with ultrasound, IVP, retrograde pyelography, and cystoscopy.
With the naked eye examination 21 of 50 and with the (Dental operating microscope) DOM examination 30 of 50 MB-2 canal orifices were detected in maxil- lary first molar (Table 1).
INTRODUCTION: Ectopic ureteric orifice is a rare congenital anomalous defect of urinary tract resulting from abnormal embryological development, where ureteral orifice is abnormally located and instead of draining in bladder, it drains in to urethra, vagina or in structures of mesonephric duct (ductus deference and seminal vesicles).
17) reported that the most prominent ridge in the LA is the left atrial ridge between the orifices of the left pulmonary veins and the orifice of LAA.
o] = Q/2 for each orifice of the two orifices die; [Q.
Hence, this work presents numerical simulations of the water jet flow through four new orifices with a modified upper part.
When the equipment was standardized, various orifices and meter tubes would produce the same dynamic element results.
It is most convenient to assume the number of orifices and radius of swirl chamber.
has introduced new, miniature, calibrated IMH Insert Orifices for liquids and gases.
The fabrics contains more orifices per linear inch than competing fabrics and these orifices are as small as 0.
At the bottom of the Riser-Orifice in Figure 10a, passing through the orifices, gas is roughly evenly distributed into the riser.