How does a nozzle work?

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A nozzle works by changing heat energy into kinetic energy. The nozzle converts the high temperature and low velocity air or fluid to low temperature and high velocity respectively. This means that a nozzle increases the velocity of air or fluid that passes through it at the expense of pressure.
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