Definition of Diffusor

1. Noun. Baffle that distributes sound waves evenly.

Exact synonyms: Diffuser
Generic synonyms: Baffle, Baffle Board
Derivative terms: Diffuse



2. Noun. Optical device that distributes the light of a lamp evenly.
Exact synonyms: Diffuser
Group relationships: Lamp, Lighting Fixture
Generic synonyms: Optical Device
Derivative terms: Diffuse

Definition of Diffusor

1. diffuser [n -S] - See also: diffuser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diffusor

diffusionism
diffusionisms
diffusionist
diffusionists
diffusionless
diffusions
diffusiophoresis
diffusiophoretic
diffusive
diffusively
diffusiveness
diffusivenesses
diffusivities
diffusivity
diffusometry
diffusor (current term)
diffusors
différance
diflorasone diacetate
diflubenzuron
diflucortolone
difluence
difluences
difluent
diflunisal
difluoramine
difluoride
difluorides
difluorinated
difluorine

Literary usage of Diffusor

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1. The Airplane Engine by Lionel Simeon Marks (1922)
"The fuel discharges into the choke from a diffusor which is shown assembled in Fig ... The diffusor has four concentric tubes, the air tube e, guard tube d, ..."

2. Elements of Hydraulics by Stephen Elmer Slocum (1915)
"head developed in impeller; -^— = head developed in casing or diffusor. £9 44. CENTRIFUGAL PUMP CHARACTERISTICS Effect of Impeller Design on Operation. ..."

3. Elements of Hydraulics by Stephen Elmer Slocum (1915)
"... consists of three terms, as follows: 2 ñr = head at eye (entrance) of impeller; = head developed in impeller; = head developed in casing or diffusor. ..."

4. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1907)
"The diffusor that is about to be emptied should not be heated, and from it to the head there should be a regular increase of temperature. ..."

5. Sugar: A Handbook for Planters and Refiners by Charles George Warnford Lock, Benjamin E. R. Newlands, John A. R. Newlands (1888)
"Robert-s Beet diffusor. (167° to 194° R), so that the mixture with the beet assumes a mean temperature of 50° C. (122° F.), which is considered essential to ..."

6. Water Purification by Joseph Wilton Ellms (1917)
"The "diffusor" becomes saturated with water due to the capillary effect of the minute ... The pressure of the chlorine entering the center of the "diffusor" ..."

7. Centrifugal Pumping Machinery: The Theory and Practice of Centrifugal and by Carl George De Laval (1912)
"This diffusor was originated by Mr. Barber, March 31, 1896, ... A properly designed movable diffusor will greatly reduce this loss and thereby increase the ..."

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