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spouting

[′spau̇d·iŋ]
(engineering)
A term used in the feeding or ejection of powdered or granulated solids by means of vertical or slanted discharge spouts.
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True, Adler's poster campaign and take-my-whale-and-go-home ploy seem a bit harsh for Yachats' more mellow nature, but it also is true that he's kept the whale spouting on his own for more than two decades.
This evolution of velocity showed a pattern similar to previous findings for axisymmetric spouting (Mathur and Epstein, 1974), with particles rapidly accelerated at the bottom and then gradually decelerating until they reached the bed surface.
s] Mean spouting pressure drop from bottom to bed surface (kPa) [delta][P.
The mutual information function was found to change with the spouting conditions and measurement position.
ms], an increase in bed height caused noticeable alterations in the spouting flow patterns, such as the initiation of a turbulent internal spout, development and rise of bubbles, slugging, and fluidization.