What is the difference between a sillcock valve a boiler valve and a hose bibb valve?
They are just about the same
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from the name itself, the bicuspid valve contains two cusps or flaps and the tricuspid valve contains three cusps or flaps. they both prevent the blood from flowing back int…o the atria........
The external housing (shell) of gate and globe valves are similar,but the globe valve is designed to serve as a regulating valve,meaning that it can adjust the flow by the per…centage of theopening. However, the gate valve is not designed to regulate flow,but to stop the flow. A gate valve should always be either fullyopen or fully closed. The main difference is in the form of the inner elements and theform of the flow inside the valves. In addition, the gate valve mayhave a rising or non rising stem while the globe valve is typicallya rising stem design. The direction of flow through a gate valve isnot important. However a globe valve has a flow direction indicatedon the outer shell (body) which indicates the direction of flowfrom beneath the seat. In a gate valve, the closure element is a plate or disk whichtravels parallel to the plane of the seat. The gate in a dam is awell known example. In a globe valve, the closure element isusually called a "poppet", and it travels perpendicular to theplane of the seat. There are specific advantages and disadvantages to each typedepending on the application. The application for a globe valve isregulating flow. It is not well suited for full stop isolation. Thegate valve is an isolation valve and not designed to regulate flow.
They serve two different purposes. An air bleed valve is used to remove air from the circulation system. A pressure relief valve is designed to automatically open when certain… pressure levels are reached.
Control valve: Used to modify flow rate in a process control system.It has characterization: linear,equal percentage and quick opening Pressure inlet must be higher than the… output pressure Regulator:Diapghram operating valve which controls outlet pressure (reducing application),control inlet pressure (back pressure) or either (differential reducing and differential relief applications
actuator is a mechanism that will responds to hydraulic,pneumaticand electrical signal ,it is used to control the valve that to bein open or close condition.
valves are use in four stroke engine, and ports are use in two stroke engine.
A valve is a structure in a hollow organ (like the heart) with a flap to insure one-way flow of fluid through it whereas a sphincter is an opening of skin and surrounded by mu…scle that physically restricts and controls the passage of substances through the digestive tract. There are three main sphincters in the digestive tract: the esophageal sphincter, the pyloric sphincter and of course the anal sphincter.
The intake valve is bigger to allow the air and fuel into the cylinder. The exhaust valve is thicker to accommodate the heat from the combustion process.
Some valves lie between the atria and some valves lie between the atrium and the ventricle
There is no difference
A capilliary is a minute blood vessel - a valve is something found usually in a vein or artery - which stops blood flowing 'backwards'
more fuel gets in to cylinders for more power
A french horn valve moves like a revolving door. When you press down on the valve, it moves a piece of metal aside to let air flow through the pipe. On a trumpet however, the …valve works more like a car engine, or a piston valve. You press down on a valve and it pushes the valve down inside of aside to let air through.
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check valve are used to make flow in one direction and is normally sprig loaded to ensure a positive seal with greater delta non return valve are normaly used on fluid pipe ,…, to make flow in uni direction,,, that the fluid canot be return back
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I believe that servo is motorized and solenoid is magnetically activated.
A ball cock is self closing a gate is manually turned on and off
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whats the difference between soleniod valve and control valve