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ORIFICE DIFFERENTIAL
FUNGAL FEATURE
RESPECTIVE SPRAY ORIFICE
ORIFICE PLATE 228
TAPERED CONDITIONING ORIFICE 104
CYLINDRICAL CONDITIONING ORIFICE 100
BACK ORIFICE
WORKS
COMPOSITION
FORM
SECTION
CENTER
OUTLET
RATE
TEMPERATURE
DROP
MEASUREMENT
VALVE
SIZE
DIAMETER
SKULL
LOPHOPHORE
MOUTH
ACCURATE
METHOD
MODIFICATION
WHEEL
FOOD INTAKE
CYSTIC DUCT
AIR
OUTDOOR AIR
RIGHT ATRIUM
INFERIOR VENA CAVA
FUEL INJECTOR
FUEL
SERVICING
SCREWS
VALVES
ENLARGEMENT
BODY
EXTERNALLY
FIG
PRESENT INVENTION
OPENING
SPOON
EVAPORATOR
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Definitions

  1. Its orifice is guarded by two semilunar valves, which prevent the passage of venous blood into the duct. (Web site)
  2. Back Orifice (often shortened to BO) is a controversial computer program designed for remote system administration. (Web site)
  3. Back Orifice was designed with a client-server architecture.
  4. Back Orifice was designed by a bunch of hackers with fun in mind. (Web site)
  5. Back Orifice is a free remote administration tool for Microsoft Windows.

Orifice Differential

  1. These first cards showed a fuel flow orifice differential of 60 inches. (Web site)

Fungal Feature

  1. The stipe has also produced a fungal feature 10 a which has dimensions equal to the enclosure 4, approximately 12″×24″×1″, exiting at orifice 9 b. (Web site)

Respective Spray Orifice

  1. As may be seen in FIG. 5, each injector nozzle has an injector valve 108 which controls the flow through its respective spray orifice. (Web site)

Orifice Plate 228

  1. In operation, the orifice plate 228 causes a restriction in the system which in turn causes the fuel pressure to increase. (Web site)
  2. FIG. 28 illustrates the use of an orifice plate 228 in connection with the above-described molecular sieve beds.

Tapered Conditioning Orifice 104

  1. FIG. 9 shows a tapered conditioning orifice 104 having an aperture 106 extending from an outer end 108 to an inner end 110. (Web site)

Cylindrical Conditioning Orifice 100

  1. FIG. 8 shows a cylindrical conditioning orifice 100 including an aperture 102 extending therethrough. (Web site)

Back Orifice

  1. Back Orifice 2000 (often shortened to BO2k) is a computer program that is similar in function to Back Orifice.

Works

  1. An orifice only works well when supplied with a fully developed flow profile. (Web site)
  2. It works on Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT. It is much better written than the original Back Orifice. (Web site)
  3. It works as a standalone executable, and as plugin for Back Orifice. (Web site)

Composition

  1. Gerb A device consisting of a heavy tube filled with composition and having a choke or restricted orifice. (Web site)

Form

  1. The bundle, represented in red, originates near the orifice of the coronary sinus, undergoes slight enlargement to form the AV node. (Web site)
  2. The ink-jet printer preferably applies the composition to the substrate in the form of droplets which are ejected through a small orifice onto the substrate. (Web site)
  3. The backdoor may take the form of an installed program (e.g., Back Orifice) or could be in the form of an existing "legitimate" program, or executable file.

Section

  1. Owing to the presence of the orifice of restricted section, the permeability of the cylinder head to the flow (criterion a) is very poor. (Web site)
  2. Section of mucous membrane of human stomach, near the cardiac orifice. (Web site)
  3. There are several situations in which choked flow occurs, such as the change of cross section in a de Laval nozzle or flow through an orifice plate. (Web site)

Center

  1. On the posterior surface near the center is a large orifice, the internal acoustic meatus. (Web site)

Outlet

  1. Alternatively, cylindrical conditioning orifice 100 may beintegrally molded within the appropriate inlet or outlet. (Web site)
  2. Alternatively, tapered conditioning orifice 104 may be integrallymolded within the appropriate inlet or outlet. (Web site)

Rate

  1. An orifice plate is a device which measures the rate of fluid flow.
  2. An orifice meter is a device used for measuring the rate of fluid flow. (Web site)

Temperature

  1. Expansion Valve A refrigerant-metering valve with a pressure or temperature controlled orifice. (Web site)

Drop

  1. The pressure drop of the jet effect across the orifice is proportional to the flow rate.
  2. The Dall tube is a shortened version of a Venturi meter, with a lower pressure drop than an orifice plate. (Web site)
  3. Orifice plates are small and inexpensive but do not recover the pressure drop as well as a venturi nozzle does.

Measurement

  1. Another simple method of measurement uses an orifice plate, which is basically a plate with a hole through it. (Web site)
  2. The use of orifice plates for the measurement of flow of natural gas is covered by American Gas Association Report Number 3.

Valve

  1. It is also possible to substitute a valve for the orifice plate. (Web site)
  2. Since the spray orifice is not located in the valve control plug of the valve a further advantage is obtained. (Web site)

Size

  1. The flow rate is controlled by the intermediate pressure of the regulator on the O2 tank combined with the size of the orifice.
  2. Aperture 102 may vary in size along the length of the cylindrical conditioning orifice 100, or aperture 102 may have aconstant diameter. (Web site)

Diameter

  1. When a valve lifts 25 percent of its diameter, the area of its orifice is equal to the area of its diameter. (Web site)
  2. For example, an aperture through a conditioning orifice may have a diameter that changes one or more times, in a step-wise manner. (Web site)
  3. Aperture 106 may vary in diameter along the length of the tapered conditioning orifice 104, or aperture 106 may have a constant diameter. (Web site)

Skull

  1. The SMA enters the skull through the stylomastoid foramen, an orifice it shares with the egressing facial nerve. (Web site)
  2. The large orifice in the base of the skull through which the spinal cord passes to the cranial cavity and becomes continuous with the medulla oblongata. (Web site)

Lophophore

  1. In bryozoans, a skeletal (zooecium) structure lidlike structure closing the orifice when the lophophore is retracted.

Mouth

  1. There is a single orifice in the center of the central body disk that serves as both a mouth and an anus.

Accurate

  1. This is the preferred method to feed refrigerant to the coil as it is more accurate than an orifice or flo-rator commonly used. (Web site)

Method

  1. In this method, the cam follower allows enclosed hydraulic fluid to leak out either through a fixed orifice, or through a controlled orifice. (Web site)

Modification

  1. The backdoor may take the form of an installed program (e.g., Back Orifice) or could be a modification to a legitimate program.

Wheel

  1. So that it receives the blower wheel, the orifice ring must have an interior diameter smaller than that of the wheel. (Web site)

Food Intake

  1. Jellyfish have an incomplete digestive system, meaning that the same orifice is used for both food intake and waste expulsion. (Web site)

Cystic Duct

  1. Strong gallbladder contraction, with temporary impaction of the stone in the orifice of the cystic duct might cause biliary pain. (Web site)

Air

  1. Air and material are mixed inside the gun and are ejected through a single orifice.
  2. Air correction jet A small orifice which permits air to enter the emulsion tube of a carburetor.

Outdoor Air

  1. A shroud is mounted on a back of the scroll to guide sucked outdoor air and it defines an orifice in a center to discharge the sucked outdoor air.

Right Atrium

  1. It lies near the orifice of the coronary sinus in the annular and septal fibers of the right atrium. (Web site)

Inferior Vena Cava

  1. The coronary sinus opens into the atrium, between the orifice of the inferior vena cava and the atrioventricular opening.

Fuel Injector

  1. A gasoline direct injection (GDI) fuel injector delivers gasoline, or other fuels, directly into the air jet emerging from the orifice. (Web site)

Fuel

  1. The fuel is injected through the orifice in a swirling manner and directed downwards in the tangential direction of the orifice. (Web site)
  2. Textron DS's PIL uses a "blow down" fuel system whereby an orifice plate is used to govern the character of the fuel flow into the gain cell. (Web site)
  3. After the fuel passes through the evaporator 26, it is presented to orifice plate 46. (Web site)

Servicing

  1. Removably attached orifice ring 54 allows for vastly simplified retrieval and servicing of blower assembly components. (Web site)

Screws

  1. To attach the orifice ring to the blower housing, screws or bolts are driven through holes 60 of ring 54 and complementary holes 62 formed in housing top 56. (Web site)

Valves

  1. The valves of the inferior vena cava (right and left sinal valves) guard the orifice between the sinus venosus and the right atrium. (Web site)

Enlargement

  1. The orifice of the invagination remains open, and undergoes enlargement and modification to form the abdominal ostium of the fallopian tube. (Web site)

Body

  1. Qualitatively, the bacteria on the skin near any body orifice may be similar to those in the orifice.
  2. At the junction of the third and fourth pieces of the body is occasionally seen an orifice, the sternal foramen, of varying size and form. (Web site)
  3. It communicates with the surface of the body by the rima or orifice of the mouth. (Web site)

Externally

  1. The Mouth. —The orifice of the mouth is bounded by the lips, which are covered externally by the whitish skin and internally by the red mucous membrane. (Web site)

Fig

  1. Referring to FIG. 2, a graph of a pressure wave form and relative hematocrit reading from an orifice of known size is depicted. (Web site)
  2. FIG. 5a is a front view of the orifice plate of the CW PIL of FIG. 1. (Web site)
  3. The orifice plate 46 has a series of apertures extending through it as shown in FIG. 5a. (Web site)

Present Invention

  1. According to the present invention, upper rim 52 of blower wheel 50 is received in a specially configured orifice ring 54. (Web site)

Opening

  1. The movement of the pintle up and down changes the orifice opening to regulate the volume of air passing through the PCV valve. (Web site)
  2. The ignition electrode can quite advantageously have a ring-shaped design, including an opening for the fuel jet spray-discharged from the spray orifice. (Web site)

Spoon

  1. Let’s say that Joe inventor invents the inflatable spoon comprising a spoon with an orifice to inflate the apparatus.

Evaporator

  1. Refrigerant liquid accumulates in the condenser and then passes through an orifice into the evaporator. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Inferior Vena Cava
  2. Society > Humans > Heart > Right Atrium
  3. Venturi
  4. Evaporator
  5. Spoon

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