Pipework

  • (noun): The flues and stops on a pipe organ.
    Synonyms: organ pipe, pipe

Some articles on pipework:

Bath Abbey - Architecture - Interior - Main Organ
... Problems caused by the tonal scheme's lack of coherence – the 1895 pipework contrasting sharply with that of 1972 – and with reliability, caused by the ... Twenty-two of the organ's 83 ranks contain some pipework from the 1868 instrument ... Four ranks are made up entirely of 1868 pipework, and 21 contain 1895 pipework ...
Riverside Church - Architecture - Organ
... organ in 1953-54, retaining some of the original pipework but replacing some gallery pipework ... the addition of the Positiv, new pipework in the Bombarde, complete new principal choruses in the Great and Swell, chorus reeds in the Great, revoiced reeds in the Swell, Solo, and Choir, and other ...
Pipe Insulation - Applications - Energy Saving
... Since pipework can operate at temperatures far removed from the ambient temperature, and the rate of heat flow from a pipe is related to the temperature ... The location of pipework also influences the selection of insulation thickness ... For instance, in some circumstances, heating pipework within a well-insulated building might not require insulation, as the heat that's "lost" (i.e ...
Cross-flow Filtration - Industrial Applications
... filtration unit (right), it is possible to see that the recycle pipework is considerably larger than either the feed pipework (vertical pipe on the right hand side) or ...
Pipe Insulation - Applications - Control of Noise
... Pipework can operate as a conduit for noise to travel from one part of a building to another (a typical example of this can be seen with waste-water pipework routed within a ... Pipework can also radiate mechanical noise ...