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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.
Baffle is an important component on shell-side of STHXs.
[9] studied numerically the effect of three types of a cylindrical tank: with baffles, without baffles, and a tank with slots placed at the external perimeter of its vertical wall.
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.
Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited (SNGPL), in its efforts to serve its consumers better and reduce their gas bills in winters, has developed a conical baffle to be inserted in fuel gas pipe of geysers, which reduce the gas consumption upto 25%.
The experiments were conducted in a tilting flume having a length of 8 m, a width of 0.30 m, and a depth of 0.50 m with and without baffles. A rectangular sedimentation basin 3.0 m in length and 0.3 m in width was provided at the end of the channel.
The reversible baffles can be installed in either orientation for proper airflow from cold to hot aisles.
The notches and teeth are to align the baffles. The owner's manual describes the orientation you should follow.
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 original fans featured noise-attenuating baffles which made them very inaccessible for essential preventative maintenance.