circular channel

circular channel

[′sər·kyə·lər ′chan·əl]
(engineering)
Continuous-length opening with circular cross section through which liquid or gas can be made to flow.
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The few basic tests were investigated for the model validation including turbulent flow and jet-forced flow in a circular channel. The simulation results of the study area are capable of providing the authorities with a sustainable design of proper drainage system at Taman Raia Mesra, Gopeng, Perak, hence, preventing the occurrence of a future flood at the site.
where [LAMBDA] is an N-by-N diagonal matrix whose eigenvalues are also given by taking the DFT of the first column of circular channel matrix H, and [F.sup.H] is the corresponding matrix performing the IDFT operation.
Packaged in a pre-loaded configuration, the iStent is inserted through a small corneal incision made during cataract surgery and placed into Schlemm's canal, a circular channel in the eye that collects aqueous humor and eventually delivers it into the bloodstream.
In the present research, the orientations of molecules have been studied in a polymer melt flow passes through a circular channel. This has been accomplished by using polymer dynamics based on the conformational tensor models.
The highest velocities are achieved in the center of the channels, especially in the circular channel, where the velocity profile shows a maximum velocity of 4.5 m/s (See Figure 3 (ii)).
In addition to the benefits of height gains and dismantling ease, the innovative design allows dust extraction to be provided by a continuous circular channel on the spiral's outside circumference with a compressed air in-feed from the center channel.
This circular channel was attached to a control gate and a discharge tank through another direct channel which was 5.5 meters long (figure 1).
The working volume of the loading unit was simplified assuming it as a parallelepiped with a cross-section corresponding the size of moving plate in hydraulic loading unit (55x60 mm), and consisting of two 100 mm length chambers, separated by the diaphragm having a changeable diameter circular channel (from 3 to 12 mm).
Figure 8 shows a cross-section cut of polystyrene taken near the end of the circular channel.
For circular channel cold plate, the temperature distribution of the rib plate is simplified to one-dimensional heat conduction, according to the Fourier law:
To avoid discretization of the circular channel along the circumference, which would require a lot of small triangular shell elements, and thus save a substantial amount of computer memory, the so-called line source (sink) approach first developed by Barone and Caulk [24] and further extended by Rezayat and Burton [25] for cooling channel simplification in three-dimensional parts was implemented.