An unfortunate incident happened at our triple effect caustic evaporator (32w.t% to 51w.t%). The third effect (highlighted red) where major steam (~12-13bar depending on flowrate) assisted evaporation take place, here for some reason Ni tubes get severely collapsed, while the plant was offline...
In our electrolysis of brine, Cl2 & H2 are produced as gaseous products along with aqueous NaOH. In this scenario I require what amount of maximum moisture can Cl2 or H2 hold up at specific temperature & pressure (precisely 85celsius & 1.2bar absolute). Two coolers (shell/tube exchanger with...
My question relates to constructional geometry & matrices aren't to be involved in the solution because stated Math level is up to O Levels... The figure below shows shear with y=3 as invariant line & shear-factor of 3
My question is if you are provided the original polygon & asked to do...
Retros used for deorbital/orbital insertions..ok thnx got it. But verniers used for altitude control?...ths makes no sense in the presence of large primary nozzles which are to take care about altitude. I thing verniers are for orientation control.
these two term are different but from photos the two components looks quiet alike..i had done some search but can't grasp ACTUAL difference b/w the two as both are small rocket auxillary nozzles...
by the way I have been able to discover what is in the first photo but can't identify a...
regarding ambiguity b/w fences & GasterBumps(I can't find any picture. of the latter)
Regarding 2nd question.
In my understanding the pure-delta wing is highly prone to stall at high AoA reason is the spanwise flow! This problem thus can be...
YouTube - Air-Flow Characteristics on a 40 Degree Swept Back Wing
the above video indicates that as the angle of attack rises the span-wise airflow rises & more probably the leading wing edges will stall first. Also notice that no appreciable change in airflow occurs at the root(attachment...
for highest lift you must make something like B-2; I.e blending fuselage with wings in such a way that the whole resulting shape acts like an airfoil!
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see the sideview of B-2 just like...
+ or X Rear fins??
Notice the folding rear fins and fact that they are at 45 degrees X relative to the intake.
But clearly the rear fins r "+"
What does this bold part means. The placement of air intakes with respect to cockpit is fairly equal that of Su-25/30/35 & F-15/35/22
With the exception of F-16/J-10(a copycat of F-16) all modern aircraft had 2 side air intakes. including the newbaby JF-17
Russian Fifth-Generation Fighter
Original translation by Dmitriy Komissarov
Question is simple; is Soviet thinking while choosing from 3 given air intakes is correct & why US think otherwise??
Which of this is tri-conic & which is bi-conic nosecone
I assume starter motor are predominantly for compressors (even though turbine is attached from a coomon shaft) ; because after combustion start turbine start to move & carryout combustion one must move compressor such that air is sucked & compressed to combustor. However once process is...
Thnx for replies.
If such be the case
Why TURBOJETs are preferred over Turbofans in Antiship missiles.(provided turbojets be more prone to IR detection against relatively cold sea)??
With the exception of (as far as I know )
RGM/UGM-109B Tomahawk Anti Ship Missile (TASM) - radar...
Tht was my basic confusion of whether should i take thm two different missiles or a single missile wth two variants??
BY THE WAY Do you also believe in that perception that only similarly designed missiles can be called as versions of each others...
AGM-129 uses the following powerplant:
AGM-129 ACM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BGM-109 uses the following powerplant:
BGM-109 Tomahawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is interesting...so at some point they decided to...
People I believe ht there must be some difference in thrust profiles of a cruise missile that is launched from a aircraft fling at
compared to a missile launch from sealevel with 0 initial speed
Provided that we have got two different missiles by name(A & B) but yet they have in common the guidance system as well as the engine say a turbofan; can they be called a single missile having two versions i.e air launched & land launched??
If not does this mean that though both have...
I just am a student & questioned it out of curiosity. However; can any plane cruise at low altitudes which is beneficial for stealth warplanes. I think cruising/super-cruising only is obtained at very high altitude