axial flow

axial flow

[′ak·sē·əl ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Flow of fluid through an axially symmetric device such that the direction of the flow is along the axis of symmetry. Also known as axisymmetric flow.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(NYSE: ITT) has closed the acquisition of Germany based centrifugal and axial flow pumps manufacturer RheinhA1/4tte Pumpen Group from Belgian manufacturer and distributer of advanced plastic piping systems Aliaxis Group S.A., the company said.
ITT announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Rheinhutte Pumpen Group, a market-leading designer and manufacturer of centrifugal and axial flow pumps, from Aliaxis Group S.A.
It offers ball top and ball side entry, axial flow, choke, globe, and orifice fitting control valves; and ball-trunnion and floating, compact manifold, gate, globe, check, and axial flow on-off valves.
Axial flow pump is a low head and high flow pump, whose simple structure is available for urban water supply, agricultural irrigation and water diversion projects [1-2].
One CFR4B offers performances surpassed multiple axial flow fans fit in the same space.
Because the oxidizer inlets are perpendicular with respect to axial flow, it will not affect the measured thrust of the motor.
The proposed deal will close specific product gaps in Sulzer's general industry pumps portfolio, including adding axial flow pumps to its offer.
The sockets are designed to dissipate few watts using an aluminum compression screw and can be customized with fins and axial flow fan for higher power dissipation.
The socket is designed for 20W power dissipation using heat sink compression screw with axial flow DC fan.
For amplification, refer to "A steam turbine team develops Britain's first axial flow jet engine" in Engineering Progress Through Development, by R R Whyte (MEP, 1978).
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