inner cone

inner cone

A cone-shaped part in the tailpipe of a gas turbine engine, just aft of the turbine wheel, forming part of the exhaust cone.
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Our instruments enable us to perceive craters, with the inner cones so common to all our own volcanoes, giving reason to believe in the activity of innumerable burning hills at some remote period.
The cone is configured so that pulsed air is evenly distributed top to bottom along the outer pack of the filter and down through the inner cone pack.
The speed difference between the synchronous output shaft and the input shaft is eliminated by the friction torque between synchronous ring's inner cone and target ring gear's friction cone to achieve a smooth and fast shift.
In circle [O.sub.1], offset angle [S.sub.0] of outer cone circle and [S.sub.k] of inner cone circle are
These are based on the ionisation principle; a conductive rod is placed in the inner cone of the flame which contains ionised particles.
The mess-free pot features a cleverly designed inner cone that ensures just the right amount of loose powder is picked up by the natural bristle, built-in brush.
The HDR 155 boasts three concentric cones: the inner cone containing the flame; center cone that protects the outermost surface from heat; and external cone constructed of high-temperature-painted carbon steel.
The smooth 30-degree inner cone bottom is spot welded to an ASME Certified dimpled pressure wall bottom, channeled to permit heating or cooling media to pass between the two along definite lines.
THE WATER REACTS WITH THE CALCIUM OXIDE IN THE INNER CONE, HEATING THE PRODUCT.
The OnTech plastic can includes a chamber consisting of an inner cone and an outer cylinder, both extrusion blow molded in six layers using an EVOH barrier core and PP skins.