DEMO Glossary


This is a short DEMO glossary also showing the auto-linking capability for the lessons.

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Venturi


The Venturi effect is a reduction of pressure in a fluid (gas or liquid) that results when this fluid flows through a reduced cross section.

The most typical examples of the Venturi effect in aviation are the carburators and older types of airspeed measuring devices (called Venturi tubes...).


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