branch pipe

branch pipe

A length of pipe which has one or more branches.
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In the K-joint size as shown in Figure 4, the diameter of main pipe is 120 mm, 4 mm of thickness; the diameter of branch pipe is 54 mm, 3.2 mm of thickness.
After trying different analysis approaches, the project team developed a control-volume based energy flow analysis method that is able to assess daily RL pipe heat loss, as well as other major DHW system energy flow components including water heater loss, branch pipe loss, and hot water draw energy.
These steels are difficult to weld and, consequently, during the development of the technology of ECMO of the blanks of the bodies of the stop valves, special attention was given to producing high-quality joints between the cast central part of the body and the flange branch pipe, produced from the rolled stock or forgings.
In earlier findings, a main pipe located beneath the sidewalk across the street from Goto's residence was found to be ruptured and gas leaks were detected in a branch pipe in front of her home.
He said in a typical sprinkler system, each floor has a riser, and off of each one is a branch pipe to the floor where there is a gate valve.
Using ESC with melting together (the third method) bosses are, as a rule, produced on the semifinished big item in the form of different branch pipes. For this purpose the mould, designed for formation of the cast branch pipe, is installed directly on the body of the future item (Figure 4).