engine spray

engine spray

[′en·jən ‚sprā]
(aerospace engineering)
That part of a pad deluge that is directed at cooling a rocket's engine during launch.
References in periodicals archive ?
To further illustrate the impact of dissipation on the ignition of non-premixed systems such as a diesel engine spray, Pitsch and Peters [4] used one-dimensional flamelets as outlined in the previous section.
Modeling Engine Spray and Combustion Processes, Springer; ISBN 3540006826, Berlin
Everything in the factory is new, including the assembly line, two new dynamometer test cells and a (lacquer) engine spray facility.
Crooks are able to incapacitate sleeping truckers by using a pounds 3a-can engine spray which contains the anaesthetic ether.
A large-eddy simulation study of sub-grid two-phase interaction in particle-laden flows and diesel engine sprays.
A fire engine sprays water and police fire tear gas canisters as students scuffle with policemen.