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Number: 137/838
Name: Fluid handling > Flow affected by fluid contact, energy field or coanda effect (e.g., pure fluid device or system) > Device including passages having v over t configuration > And multiple or joined power-outlet passages
Description: Device provided with a plurality of fourth passages or a plurality of fifth passages, the number of passages diverging away from said common zone permitting fluid to exit from said zone being three or more, or provided with fourth and fifth passages that come to a second common zone downstream of the first common zone.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8646483 Cross-flow fluidic oscillators for use with a subterranean well Feb. 11, 2014
6497252 Miniaturized fluid flow switch Dec. 24, 2002
4562867 Fluid oscillator Jan. 7, 1986
4447251 Sonic levitation apparatus May. 8, 1984
4190083 Fluidic logical pyrotechnic initiator Feb. 26, 1980
4181153 Fluidic-amplifier device having tube in outlet channel Jan. 1, 1980

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