downcomer


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downcomer

(ˈdaʊnˌkʌmə)
n
(Building) a pipe that connects a cistern to a WC, wash basin, etc. Also called: downcome
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com) comes with a color touchscreen control and can be equipped with an integral weighed downcomer for extrusion control.
Maltby's social ineptness drives the humor of the entire story, but his self-fulfilling dual fears of social isolation and Braxton's haunting are well illustrated by his early arrival at breakfast during his stay at Keeb Hall among the other guests of the Duchess of Hertfordshire: "I dreaded to be found eating, alone in that vast room, by the first downcomer.
In another test of DAS's effectiveness, BFN recently monitored the voltage drop on a ground cable downcomer from the DAS array on the off-gas stack down to the ground via a voltage sensor.
3) has an inlet and outlet conduit, called downcomer, in each way.
8 million due to an unplanned outage at 'C' blast furnace to repair its damaged dust catcher and downcomer.
It is important to model all holdups present on a tray [4]: the liquid and vapour in the froth (or spray or emulsion) on the tray, the liquid in the downcomer, and the vapour above the tray.
The flooding, often caused by downcomer blockage, is one of the more readily identifiable column fault.
Tenders are invited for Operation And General Upkeep Of Downcomer And Automatic Fire Alarm System.
Atlanta, comes with a color touchscreen control and can be equipped with an integral weighed downcomer for extrusion control.
Air and water were fed together under pressure into an 80 mm diameter stainless steel downcomer pipe, producing a bubbly mixture with bubbles of initial diameter ~0.