diffusor


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diffusor

Pseudomedicine
Any device used to disperse volatile oils in a particular place—which may be effected by heat (candles or ceramic diffusors placed over a light bulb) or mechanical—and dispersed by an electrical pump that mixes air and the oil.
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At higher incidence angles, the flow fully separates at the impeller leading edge or diffusor inlet, and the flow is said to be stalled.
Consideraciones en torno a los terminos mercator, negotiator y diffusor olearius ex Baetica', in G.
For example, with a newly designed adjustable diffuser Hennig [10] was able to show the interaction of the wake of the vehicle with the wind tunnel diffusor and thereby enhance the Mercker / Wiedemann correction method (refer to Figure 20).
Front and rear spoilers and a rear diffusor are also included in the package.
The firm also is addressing the curly-hair market with a diffusor line featuring the volume finger design.
The side blades are priced at around USD8,600, while the rear diffusor is priced at USD12,200.
The model has bigger air intakes, a rear diffusor, custom 18-inch 'Ixion' two-tone wheels, sport seats in black textile and perforated leather, inlays.