Definición de pitot tube en inglés:

pitot tube

Saltos de línea: pitot tube
Pronunciación: /ˈpiːtəʊ
 
/
(also pitot)

sustantivo

1An open-ended right-angled tube pointing in opposition to the flow of a fluid and used to measure pressure.
1.1 (also pitot-static tube, pitot head) A device consisting of a pitot tube inside or adjacent to a parallel tube closed at the end but with holes along its length, the pressure difference between them being a measure of the relative velocity of the fluid, or the airspeed of an aircraft.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The recovered wings all show twin pneumatic lines as well as electric lines for the heater element going out to the pitot tube.
  • Ken, a former flight instructor in B - 24s, who had volunteered for combat duty, made doubly certain the pitot covers had been removed from the pitot heads.
  • As he climbed back into his seat, the copilot's airspeed indicator began to rapidly decrease (its pitot tube had frozen).

Origen

late 19th century: named after Henri Pitot (1695–1771), French physicist.

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