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diverging duct[də′vərj·iŋ ‚dəkt]
Fluid-flow conduit whose internal cross-sectional area increases in the direction of flow.
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In such air-intakes, air is ingested from either side of the aircraft with its two individual S-shaped diverging limbs merging into a single diverging duct
leading air to AIP.