guide vanes

guide vanes

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(General Engineering) fixed aerofoils that direct air, gas, or water into the moving blades of a turbine or into or around bends in ducts with minimum loss of energy
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The work scope includes the supply of new runners for each station, as well as new guide vanes for the Shin and Quoich stations, and new spears and nozzles at the Finlarig station.
Compared with other turbo technologies, VTG turbochargers more accurately control EGR flow by precisely opening and closing guide vanes to balance the exhaust pressure to intake pressure.
In a clever use of technology (a technique considered a proprietary secret by the two companies), Boeing and Pratt & Whitney worked together to add stealth to the inlet guide vanes to mask the fan blades behind them.
A typical explosion-proof servovalve application is positioning of the variable guide vanes that control an industrial turbine.
Fast and precise adjustment of the VTG guide vanes is ensured by an electric actuator motor, which BorgWarner specially developed for this turbocharger.
Electronically adjustable guide vanes, heat-resistant aerospace materials and BorgWarner's state-of-the-art turbocharging technology combined to create a gasoline VTG(TM) turbo system with powerful performance, lower operating costs and fuel consumption, and no turbo lag.
Other modifications include the addition of a spacer between the inlet guide vanes and the fan blades, and the installation of acoustical materials throughout the engine housing and tailpipe, to further reduce engine noise.
Guide Vanes Of Hydro Turbine Of Salal Power Station
The key feature of the turbocharger is its adjustable guide vanes.
Tenders are invited for Purchase Of Solo Sele For Guide Vanes
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