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impingement

[im′pinj·mənt]
(engineering)
Removal of liquid droplets from a flowing gas or vapor stream by causing it to collide with a baffle plate at high velocity, so that the droplets fall away from the stream. Also known as liquid knockout.
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The C-Spray System features an impinge mix gun capable of circulating two-component chemicals through the gun impingement rod and back to the supply reservoirs when the spray mechanism is deactivated.
The only element of traditional marriage too many are willing to defend is the one that doesn't impinge on their own predilections, namely its restriction to heterosexual couples.
The C-Pour high-pressure, impinge mix reaction injection molding (RIM) gun and metering/tempering unit is designed to pour either flexible or rigid polyurethane into molds or onto parts for filter applications and other applications requiring the dispensing of low flow rates of polyurethane.
His team want assurances from ABA officials that the governing body's strict rules on commercial ventures will not impinge on Khan's aim to stay financially secure while he trains for China.
Is there such a sense of professionalism now that nothing can impinge on his desire to do the best for his country?
Liquid Control Decker launched its high-pressure impinge mix C-Spray reaction injection molding (RIM) gun and metering/tempering unit at NPE 2003.
The ingate should be placed in such a way that the incoming stream does not impinge directly onto the thin core section, otherwise the core could fracture.
With the publication of the study under review, Gouk has, in effect, completed her work in this area by pulling together a number of different threads, all of which impinge on realms of scientific discourse.
Pounds professes as geographer in "Parish, Its Bounds and Divisions", a chapter which incorporates boundaries and the secular ceremony of perambulation, population, and settlement, all of which inevitably impinge on configurations of parishes (their multiplying, merging, and decaying).
And it does not impinge on her parents' instruction of their daughter.
In theory, the codes are not ironclad: Inspectors usually have leeway in passing on building elements--such as hallways--that may not impinge on safety.
In these patients, polyps from other areas can impinge on the septum and create an area of edema (figure, B and D).