The two-piece design supports the inner barrel
tube at both ends, and according to some experts, it enhances accuracy.
The experimental cylindrical grouting inner barrel
had a diameter of 270 mm and a height of 500 mm (additional details are provided in the next section); the coal was broken into 4.75-37.5 mm diameter specimens; and then, the different sizes of the coal gravels were mixed to obtain different grain size distributions in the crushed coal specimens.
Amellal and Elbirli  developed a non-Newtonian nonisothermal approach that assumed the coexistence of three regions in a channel cross section (solid bed, melt film near to the inner barrel
wall and melt conveying) and solved numerically the various momentum and energy equations, coupled to mass balances linking the zones.
It will be used mainly to construct the one-piece composite acoustic inner barrel
on the newly designed engine nacelle inlet for the 737 MAX.
Alison Criscitiello removes the inner barrel
of a drill containing an ice core from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
When taking the revolver down with the supplied tool the act of unloosening the shroud partially unwinds the inner barrel
from the frame as well.
The front of the frame is actually a barrel shroud and it uses a system we've seen before with an inner barrel
, the outer barrel shroud and a muzzle nut tightened with a special wrench to keep everything in place.
But because of what my bore scope has revealed, only a couple of these get used when a rifle really needs to get cleaned, because the Hawkeye has revealed the secrets of the inner barrel
As a result, the inner barrel
wall is much hotter at the feed opening.
The two pieces are the outer shroud and the inner barrel
. If you examine the muzzle of the barrel carefully, a thin line is noticeable just aft of the crown; this is the junction of the outer shroud and the front of the inner barrel
Liquid nitrogen is introduced into the rotating inner barrel
by a fixed nozzle in the cover.