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Spout

A short channel or tube used to spill stormwater from gullies, balconies, or exterior galleries, so that the water will fall clear of the building; a gargoyle.

spout

A short channel or tube used to spill storm water from gutters, balconies, exterior galleries, etc., so that the water will fall clear of the building. Also see gargoyle.
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Grace, "Hydrodynamic Studies in a Half Slot-Rectangular Spouted Bed Column," Chem.
Rocha, "Coating of Urea with an Aqueous Polymeric Suspension in a Two-Dimensional Spouted Bed," Drying Technol 20, 685-704 (2002).
Bai, "Identification of Flow Regimes In Slot-Rectangular Spouted Beds Using Pressure Fluctuations," Can.
Grace and W Wei, "Voidage Profiles in a Slot-Rectangular Spouted Bed," Can.
Coating Study Coating experiments were carried out as described in Coating Method Section, using a spouted bed unit with column and inlet diameters of 194 and 45 mm, respectively, filled with 2.
According to Mathur (1971), the annular voidage of a spouted bed is generally equal to that in a loosely packed bed.
A statistical model was developed to predict the evolution of coating mass distributions in a spouted bed coater.
c] diameter of the cylindrical part of a spouted bed column (m) [D.
Although widely used in fluidization, spectral analysis has rarely been applied to spouted beds (Wang et al.
2004b), who applied mutual information theory in analyzing experimental data from fluidized and spouted beds, respectively.
R/S analysis, introduced by Hurst (1951) to analyze Nile River overflows, has been applied by a number of groups to characterize the hydrodynamics of fluidized and spouted bed systems (e.
Measurements of the total pressure drop in the spouted bed system as a function of gas velocity were obtained for several static bed heights for both particle diameters.