• Geology
  • Published 1985

Strategies for joint ventures

@inproceedings{Harrigan1985StrategiesFJ,
  title={Strategies for joint ventures},
  author={Kathryn Rudie Harrigan},
  year={1985}
}
A low inertia, rapid response, low volume check valve utilizes two body members positioned in end-to-end alignment. The valve bodies have end faces which are clamped into sealing engagement with each other. A shallow cylindrical chamber is formed in one of the end faces and carries a very thin, disc like valve closure member which floats between a closed position against the face of the inlet body and an open position against the face of the outlet body. The closure member is relieved to permit… CONTINUE READING

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