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inlet

 [in´let]
a means or route of entrance.
pelvic inlet the upper limit of the pelvis minor; called also pelvic brim and superior aperture of pelvis.

in·let

(in'let), [TA]
A passage leading into a cavity.
Synonym(s): aditus [TA]

in·let

(in'lĕt) [TA]
A passage leading into a cavity.
Synonym(s): aditus [TA] .
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Understanding effect of sideslip angle on inlet performance can also be important for designing an engine inlet for the special air vehicle.
In a September 2017 company press release, Harvest Pipeline Company President Sean Kolassa stated that "the Cross-Inlet Expansion Project will bring a higher level of safety and reliability for shipping oil across Cook Inlet. We think it's the right thing to do."
a) The noise generated by the fan, transmitted through duct, and emitted from the inlet.
The ejector flow path of the inlet is designed as a straight tube from the flap end to the exit plane, i.e., the exit has the same rectangular shape without contraction or expansion.
In addition, all models have 3/4" female threaded connections at the inlet and outlet of the valve.
Figure 5 illustrates effects of HPT inlet pressure on optimal [SR.sub.1].
The high filter inlet face velocities of the reduced filter print inlet area design results in some very high filter exit face velocities as shown in Figure 4.
The company concluded that a large pan of river ice struck the northern Cook Inlet platform, causing about three gallons of natural gas condensates that had gathered in a gas flare fuel line to spill over into the water, Wilkins said.
Several transparent nozzles with controllable vortex at the nozzle inlet have been designed and manufactured for experiments, as shown in Figure 5.
Tucked into Glendale Cove, 37 miles from the mouth of the inlet, is a floating wilderness resort called Knight Inlet Lodge.
This study involves the comparison of scramjet inlet performances, which is specifically designed for the Mach number of 10, under different flight regimes.