A short outlet, or inlet, pipe projecting from the end or side of a hollow vessel, as a steam-engine cylinder or a steam boiler.
A projecting aperture at the end of a tube, pipe etc. serving as an outlet for compressed air. Reduces the demand on the compressor by generating the highest thrust and volume for the lowest possible air consumption. ( 099)
The stationary seating surface, the inlet of a valve. ( 055)
A short flanged or welded neck connection on a drum or shell for the outlet or inlet of fluids; also an orifice for spraying a liquid like fuel oil.
the nozzle is the exhaust duct of the engine. The energy depleted airflow that passed the turbine, in addition to the colder air that bypassed the engine core, produces a force when exiting the nozzle that acts to propel the engine, and therefore the airplane, forward. The combination of the hot air and the cold air are expelled and produce an exhaust which causes a forward thrust.
The device at the end of the hose line that has the job of shaping the water pattern as well as controlling the speed of the flow of water.
The rear opening of an aircraft engine through which the gas is discharged in order to produce thrust
a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged
Outlet end of a gooseneck or the tubular fitting which joins the gooseneck to the sprue hole.
The projecting aperture at the end of a combustion chamber serving as an outlet for the exhaust gases.
The spout through which fluid is released from or introduced into the pressure vessel.
A spout at the end of a hose by which a stream of liquid can be directed and controlled.
An appliance on the end of a discharge hoseline to give a fire stream a definite shape and direction.
A device attached to the end of a fire hose that directs, shapes and regulates the flow of the water or fire fighting agent pumped into the hose.
A short flanged or welded neck connection on a drum or shell for the outlet or inlet of fluids; also a protecting spout for the outlet or inlet of fluids; also a projecting spout through which fluid flows.
1. A duct, tube, pipe, spout, or the like through which a fluid is directed and from the open end of which the fluid is discharged, designed to meter the fluid or to produce a desired direction, velocity, or shape of discharge. See de Laval nozzle, jet nozzle, supersonic nozzle. 2. Specifically, that part of a rocket thrust chamber assembly in which the gases produced in the chamber are accelerated to high velocities.
Pouring spout of the bottom-pour ladle. See Ladle.