Ejection may refer to the following:

  • Ejection seat, safety device typically used to escape an aircraft in-flight.
  • Ejection (sports), the act of officially removing someone from a game.
  • Acoustic droplet ejection, a method of moving fluid using ultrasound.
  • Coronal mass ejection, ejection of material from a sun's corona.
  • Ejection fraction, the fraction of blood pumped with each heart beat.
  • Ejecta, particles ejected from an impact crater or volcanic eruption.
  • In computing, when removable media is physically pushed out of a floppy disk drive or optical disc drive, or more generally disconnected.
  • Great Ejection, an event in England in 1662 when non-conforming ministers lost their positions.

Other articles related to "ejection":

Armament Research And Development Establishment - Projects and Products - Ejection Seat
... ARDE has developed a ejection seat for LCA HAL Tejas military aircraft ... The British Martin-Baker ejection seat used for initial prototype is planned to be replaced with a locally-developed alternative ... To improve pilot safety during ejection, the Armament Research and Development Establishment (ARDE), Pune, India created a new line-charged canopy severance system, which has been ...
Ejection Charge
... Ejection charge, also called expelling charge, is a pyrotechnic composition, a type of a pyrotechnic gas generator designed to produce a small short-term amount of thrust to burst open a container and eject ... In model rocketry, ejection charges are used to deploy a recovery system (usually parachute or streamer) ... The ejection charge is ignited through a layer of delay composition, to fire shortly after the main engine burns out ...
Systolic Heart Murmur - Types
... Mid-systolic ejection murmurs are due to blood flow through the semilunar valves ... They occur at the start of blood ejection — which starts after S1 — and ends with the cessation of the blood flow — which is before S2 ... Therefore, the onset of a midsystolic ejection murmur is separated from S1 by the isovolumic contraction phase the cessation of the murmur and the S2 interval ...
... The A-91 features a forward ejection system, initially developed in Tula by designers like Afanasiev during the early 1960s ... In this system, the ejection port is located above the pistol grip, and points forward ... Extracted cases are fed from bolt head through the short ejection tube to the ejection port, and fall out of the gun well clear of the shooter's face, even when firing from the left shoulder ...