Yes, I was wondering. Not many folks use anatomical terms on plumbing. I
wonder, though, if I were to use heating and AC terms during cardiac
"I think we need a compression fitting for that 1/4 OD length of vein. Hang
on there, well, I guess a nylon flare would do better. Pass me that utility
knife, I've got to slice out some of the gunk that's clogging the ventricle.
Wow, what a pressure drop there. He's hardly got any PSI, nor any GPM flow
through that ventricular vein. Hand me a 1/4 fitting brush, and let me see
if I can polish that out, a bit. Oh, gosh, vibration again. Hand me that
length of 440 watt one phase, I've got to devibrate the heart. CLEAR!!!!!
OK, now, would the gas and electric department give me a report on the gage
pressures? How we doing for return airflow? Maybe we oughta pressurize the
intake air, you think?"
On second though, maybe I'll stick to heating and AC?
Christopher A. Young
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