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Where are the flaps that control air direction in a 97 jeep grand Cherokee located?


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2006-02-12 01:17:42
2006-02-12 01:17:42

On the unit behind the passenger side of the dashboard.


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Flaps of tissue that force unidirectional flow are called valves.

The antrioventricular valve has two valves. The bicuspid valve has 2 flaps and in located in the right ventricle/right atrium. The tricuspid valve has 3 flaps and is located in the left ventricle/left atrium.

Both types of semilunar valve, aortic and pulmonary, have three cusps. These flaps make sure that blood only flows in one direction.

There are screws for the propellers, and levers to control the landing equipment and flaps

It flaps its wings to get cool and wraps its self to get warm.

Functionally, a valve can only control whether or not a channel isopen. If open, flow goes from high pressure to low.In the venous and lymphatic system the need is to move fluid one direction only in a system where the surrounding pressures fluctuate. Mother Nature fashioned a moving barrier, the valve, with flexible flaps that point downstream. Any back-flow tendency (higher pressures in the direction of the heart) will catch the flaps and flip them closed. As soon as pressure on the inlet side (the extremities) increase, the flaps relax, flop open, and allow downstream flow.

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You got it in one they are flaps. the wings have flaps and ailerons and sometimes an extra control surface that goes upwards to help it slow down. In any case the flaps are the control surfaces on the back of the wing that move down as the plane slows down to land. they stop the plane from stalling and falling out of the sky. a very irritating thing if it happens especially when you are close to the ground. by using the flaps the plane is able to keep flying at a lower speed prior to landing. if there were no flaps the plane would have to come in at high speed or fall out of the sky.

In veins, there are valves that prevent back flow. <><><><><> There are also valves in the heart to force the blood to go in one direction only when the heart contracts.

A crosswind can suddenly make your airplane plummet down. It is good at these times to have the extra lift resulting from down flaps. The plane travels slower, but has much better pilot control.

The flaps are called valves - they are present in large veins to make sure blood does not flow in the opposite direction and keeps flowing toward the heart.

There are bivalves in the human cardiovascular system have two "flaps" that help move the blood in one direction and prevent it from flowing back in the incorrect direction.

The flaps are controlled on the flight deck by the pilots. there is a square shaped knob coming out next to the throttle. it reads numbers that vary depending on the aircraft. that controls the position of the flaps. but that's on Boeing, the position can change depending on weather the aircraft is smaller, like a Cessna, or larger, like Boeing aircraft.

Tortilla Flaps was created in 1958.

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Located behind the ds/ front wing of the car. You have to remove the inner plastic mud flaps!

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They are called valves, or leaflet valves in the veins, that interlock to prevent backflow of the blood.

they're called valves. they are found in veins and also in the heart. hope this helped!

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