inlet duct

inlet duct

inlet duct
The portion of the aircraft ahead of the compressor that links the inlet or intake to the engine. The inlet duct also directs air into the engine in the correct direction.
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Tenders are invited for Modified Air Inlet Duct For Traction Motor To Drg.
The prototype all-composite air inlet duct is known as a destructive test article and confirms the company's role as a second source supplier of centre fuselages.
In this study, the length of the inlet duct was set to 10 times the diameter of the inlet duct and the outlet duct length was set to 15 times the diameter of the outlet duct.
to simulate flow in the inlet duct and identified variations in flow velocity across the cross-section of the inlet and a large recirculation zone.
Assembly work on the aircraft's center fuselage began March 24 at Northrop's Palmdale Manufacturing Center, with the loading of an all-composite air inlet duct into a special tooling structure called a jig.
The missile "broached" the ocean's surface and successfully demonstrated shroud separation, rocket motor firing/separation and deployment of fins, inlet duct and wings as it transitioned to cruise flight for the 814-nautical mile mission to target impact in the NAVAIR China Lake Test Range.
It served as the leading edge of the modular common inlet duct for the F-16.
Tenders are invited for Application of chemical bonded refractory in APH outlet to ESP inlet duct during AOH Unit-3 Khaperkheda
The RS performance-specific exterior is distinguished by a quattro logo on the air inlet duct and matt titanium detailing.
This method called for a minimum vertical inlet duct length of six diameters and a pressure ring measurement at three diameters from the diffuser inlet.
Known as a destructive test article, the prototype all-composite air inlet duct reflects the growing maturity of TAI's composite fiber-placed manufacturing processes, and the steady evolution of its role as a second source supplier of center fuselages for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program.
The intent was to simulate typical "in the field" installations of the fans, such as mitered elbows mounted at various angles at the fan inlet plane, inlet duct contractions of various area ratios, and walls perpendicular to the fan axis and located at various distances from the inlet.