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orifice meaning

Synonyms of "orifice""orifice" in a sentence
  • Noun: orifice  orufis
    1. An aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity
      "the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart"
      - opening, porta

    Derived forms: orifices

    Type of: passage, passageway

    Encyclopedia: Orifice

  • [Electronics]
    An opening or window, such as that in a loudspeaker enclosure or waveguide, through which energy is transmitted.

  • [Medicine]
    n : an opening through which something may pass — or·i·fi·cial adj
  • The tumor may prolapse through the orifice.
  • The valve shown has a pilot and a bleed orifice.
  • The concentric orifice is most frequently used type.
  • The density p is that of the fluid escaping from the orifice.
  • The beltless machine, sometimes called a "fixed" orifice pasting machine.
  • Both variable orifices and electromagnetic controllers have been used with success.
  • The distance between orifice groups is another parameter associated with stability.
  • As previously mentioned, spacing of the orifice groups with relationship to each other is important.
  • Improvement of the orifice discharge coefficient may not result in stability improvement as illustrated in one test series.
  • Some designers use metal strips at the section where the orifices are to be, thus avoiding the difficulties of filing dissimilar materials.
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