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diffuser

A device used to scatter light. It can be a reflecting surface (e.g. matt paint) or a transmitting medium (e.g. ground glass).
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The diffuser makes you go fast if you have a new front end, new sidepods, a new engine cover.
The diffuser design is normally based on assumed inlet velocity profile.
Now we're getting into florals-potpourri, beads [on top of the diffuser stick], paper flowers," said Les Wagenheim, Pearlessence owner.
The innovative WhisperFlo vent diffuser utilizes laser-machined discs that are stacked and permanently fused into a rigid cage assembly.
A ceiling square diffuser (24" x 24") that was divided to 3 equal area to supply the air at three different angles ([theta]1 - [theta]2 - [theta]3) was used.
Hazard: The label on the diffusers violates the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA) by omitting the presence of petroleum distillates.
The new front lip is priced at EUR299 while the rear diffuser is priced at EUR279.
Each Flow Science reed features micro-engineering enabling it to contain specially-formulated diffuser oil in its reservoir core.
The function of a diffuser is the efficient conversion of kinetic energy into pressure.
Newey missed out on the celebrations of the team's maiden victory in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix as last week's diffuser ruling forced him into starting work on the concept at their Milton Keynes factory.
JENSON BUTTON has hit back at Flavio Briatore after the Renault boss questioned the Briton's talent during his scathing attack on the credibility of Formula One in the wake of the diffuser row.