fixed geometry

fixed geometry

i. An aircraft that does not have variable-sweep wings.
ii. An engine that does not have a variable inlet or nozzle.
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The research proposed aims to bring an integrated approach to deliver innovation through two novel concepts (a Variable Geometry Turbine and a Fixed Geometry Turbine), both based on axial turbine technology.
The second fixed geometry turbocharger works at high flow capacity to deliver maximum power and performance at higher rpms.
Fixed geometry is the advantage of ring applicator but curvature of the ring may cause difficulty for high dose rate (HDR) source to navigate.12 In the current study, ring applicator of 6cm tandem length and angle of 45deg was used, whereas ring diameter was 3.2 cm and SSP was kept at 0.5cm.
I used a single fixed geometry and repeated my testing with four different calibers--.22 LR, 9mm, .45 ACP and .223.1 then varied the angle of incidence to the water using both 9mm and .223 to see the point at which the bullets began to bounce rather than dive into the water.
The movement was restricted, and the fixed geometry in the systole and diastole was not changed.{Figure 1}
It uses the same 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel engine, but the variable geometry turbo has been replaced with a fixed geometry one.
LWR technology today remains nearly the same as in the 1950s when it was designed: very high power density, low heat capacity metal clad fuel in a fixed geometry maintained by zirconium alloy under fixed temperature limits.
As the nozzle ring opens up, the exhaust pressure reduces and the turbocharger boost decreases--creating an infinite number of fixed geometry turbochargers, the company said.
Again, in most cases, a 4-axis robot will do the same job better at a comparable price, whilst having the flexibility for redeploying onto secondary robotic applications, unlike the fixed geometry of a Cartesian type.
Networks become dynamic when the constitutive elements of the phenomena associated with the fixed geometry of networks are considered to be evolving over time.
Engineers make things in view of functional properties (strength, aesthetics, etc.) and then the plating industry has to realise the suited surface properties on it with fixed geometry.