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Baffle

In film, a movable panel that absorbs light and sound in order to minimize unwanted reflections and echoes. A baffle is relevant to marketing because it improves film quality and therefore improves commercials.
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With the baffles out, scrub the bore as you normally would and scrub the inside of the shroud.
To reassemble, stack the baffles upward on a flat surface, beginning with the endcap.
89 m/s for all the three models at the inlet and exit surface and the velocity magnitude reduces to zero at the baffles surface as shown in fig.
8] interested to the influence of the baffles length on the power consumption for different kinds of agitators: RT, PBT and a propeller.
Possible baffle shapes include curving convex, concave, stepped, diagonal, wedge and other custom contours.
Figure 2a and b shows monomer conversion as a function of reaction time at different impeller speeds of 20, 100, 250, and 350 rpm, with and without baffles at the isothermal reactor temperature of (a) 50[degrees]C and (b) 60[degrees]C.
Installation of baffles can improve the efficiency of the basin in terms of settling.
The reversible baffles can be installed in either orientation for proper airflow from cold to hot aisles.
The team--from Manchester Metropolitan University, Cranfield University, Southampton University, and the University of Cambridge--has found that the baffles arranged at the end of a runway can send the exhaust of departing aircraft upward for improved dispersion.
The stacks have removable lids and can be equipped with optional concrete baffles to provide more concrete-to-wine contact as well as truly baffle wine movement in the event of an earthquake, according to Sonoma Cast Stone.
The original fans featured noise-attenuating baffles which made them very inaccessible for essential preventative maintenance.