Crossflow

Crossflow may refer to:

  • Ford Kent engine
  • Crossflow cylinder head

Other articles related to "crossflow":

Balneário Barra Do Sul - The Blockage of The Sea Channel
... Both have an exit to the sea but the crossflow of water was blocked ... This crossflow was important because the North estuary has a mean sea level half meter above South estuary (the difference can easily be seen if the observer is over ... Over time, the reduced seatide and crossflow made the South estuary to become shallower, reducing fishing output and stagnating the water ...
Mechanical Fan - Types of Fans - Crossflow Fan
... The crossflow or tangential fan, sometimes known as a tubular fan was patented in 1893 by Mortier, and is used extensively in the HVAC industry ... The flow within a crossflow fan may be broken up into three distinct regions a vortex region near the fan discharge, called an eccentric vortex, the through-flow region, and a paddling region ... The crossflow fan, or transverse fan, is thus a two-stage partial admission machine ...
GM Iron Duke Engine - Crossflow
... cylinder heads were added in mid-1979, leading people to refer to this version as the crossflow ...
Cooling Tower - Categorization By Air-to-water Flow - Crossflow
... Crossflow is a design in which the air flow is directed perpendicular to the water flow (see diagram below) ... in its bottom is located near the top of a crossflow tower ... Advantages of the crossflow design Gravity water distribution allows smaller pumps and maintenance while in use ...