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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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If not, the diffuser can also operate on three AAA batteries.
The diffuser has two modes of operation: continuous (up to three hours of mist) or intermittent (up to four hours of mist).
I walked over to the diffuser and held the button down for a number of seconds (as this is the way to shut it off)," Smith said.
The parameters used in this study are: nozzle area ratio, diffuser length ratio, nozzle length ratio and the diameter of the purge tube.
This variation is plotted against the nondimensional vertical distance--a ratio of the height at a specific vertical location to height of the laminar diffuser from the ceiling.
Base Case: Ceiling supply diffuser over patient's head and ceiling return near the entry door.
In order to optimise such a system in a complex building like an airport, it saves time and money, and increases the likelihood of a successful outcome, when the type, location and air low of the displacement diffusers has been specified at an early stage.
The present paper work is concerned with the air flow patterns in a simple room due to changing the supply diffuser shape and angles.
The Audi Q7 S line offers the S line exterior package with a choice of 19 or 20-inch alloy wheels, S-design bumpers, a rear diffuser insert in a sporty design, and a high-gloss black radiator grille.
For some reason, the diffuser stopped working a while back, so we checked online to see where we could obtain a new one.
Blown diffuser ban Systems which allow exhaust gases to be fired over the rear diffuser when the driver is not on the throttle are banned.