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Number: 137/816
Name: Fluid handling > Flow affected by fluid contact, energy field or coanda effect (e.g., pure fluid device or system) > System comprising plural fluidic devices or stages > Plural power inputs (e.g., parallel inputs) > Variable or different-value power inputs
Description: System wherein at least one of the streams of power input fluid can be regulated or altered relative to another, or wherein at least one of the streams is unequal to another.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
137/817 Pulsating power input and continuous-flow power input 0


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
RE33605 Fluidic oscillator and spray-forming output chamber Jun. 4, 1991
RE33448 Fluidic oscillator and spray-forming output chamber Nov. 20, 1990
4184636 Fluidic oscillator and spray-forming output chamber Jan. 22, 1980











 
 
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