axial jet

axial jet

[′ak·sē·əl ′jet]
(fluid mechanics)
A flowing, turbulent stream which mixes with standing water in three dimensions.
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where U is the phase-averaged axial jet velocity at the nozzle exit plane, T is the period, and An is the nozzle exit area.
This method, based on mass and momentum conservation laws, has been extensively discussed (see, e.g., [2-4]) and is in good agreement with experiments except far away from the jet center part where it overestimates the axial jet velocity field [1, 2].
Considering the general geometries, we have decided to generate a radial jet by impinging a concentric axial jet to a circular disc located in the center of test tube.
While at Rolls-Royce, Griffith proposed the A J65 axial jet, with 6,500lb thrust, which led to the Avon.
Quadro's Ytron Jet Mixer uses a specially desiged impellor/stator to deliver a pure axial jet flow, preventing vortices, unwanted air, and generating the efficient mixing that revolutionizes your process without the need for baffles in the vessel.