vertical pipe

vertical pipe

Any pipe or fitting which makes an angle of 45° or less with the vertical.
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Principal metallurgist at the Health and Safety ExecutiveWilliam Geary said he examined the vertical pipe and an associated 15millimetre elbow piece in his laboratory.
Instead of the boiler room found in Figures 2 and 3, imagine that location represents a vertical pipe shaft with a boiler either in the basement below or on the roof above.
Researchers investigate bubbling behavior in a waste glass melter, the aerodynamic response of 2D circular segments, the drift velocity of two-phase slug flow in a vertical pipe, and pipe vibrations in gas pressure reducing stations.
In 1952, the researcher Poettmann-Carpenter of Phillips Petroleum published an article which discussed the application of the multiphase vertical pipe flow in the gas lift operation design (Poettman and Carpenter, 1952).
The 618-10 Burial Ground was one of just two burial grounds at Hanford to use vertically buried pipes, called vertical pipe units, to dispose of radioactive and hazardous chemical waste.
8] investigated the isothermal flow of ice slurry in vertical pipe and obtained the distribution of concentration and velocity of ice particles in the ice slurry.
A post-mortem examination found that Conley died after becoming stuck in the vertical pipe.
Deborah added: "We know he's got through a small hole in top of the site, and because it's been wet he's slid and gone into a vertical pipe.
Speaking about how Conley got trapped in the pipe, she said: "He apparently got in at the top and slid down and went into a vertical pipe, and he must have died trying to get out.
Slide the vacuum hose nozzle over the vertical pipe and suck out all the remaining water.
Dock consists of a vertical pipe of cardboard and colored tape, a sprawling pile of wood, a pyramidal scaffolding with a flat-painted wall on one side, a series of scaffolds along one side of the building holding up several unruly bundles and lumps, and five blocky forms suspended from scaffold-like structures, along with a container and tubes.