 Manifold (disambiguation)

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A manifold is an abstract mathematical space which, in a closeup view, resembles the spaces described by Euclidean geometry.
Manifold may also refer to:
Science and engineering
 Manifold (engineering) an arrangement of pipes used to redistribute the flow of a fluid or gas, typically from a single inlet to a number of outlets or vice versa
 Hydraulic manifold, a component used to regulate fluid flow in a hydraulic system, thus controlling the transfer of power between actuators and pumps
 Manifold (scuba), in a scuba set, connects two or more diving cylinders, so that one diving regulator is fed by all the cylinders
 Manifold chemistry, a piece of apparatus used in chemistry to manipulate gases
 Vacuum manifold
 Manifold (magazine), magazine of the University of Warwick mathematical community
 Inlet manifold or "intake manifold", an engine part which supplies the fuel/air mixture to the cylinders
 Exhaust manifold, an engine part which collects the exhaust gases from multiple cylinders into one pipe
Media
 Manifold Records, a record label
 The Manifold Trilogy by science fiction author Stephen Baxter
 Manifold (magazine), magazine of the University of Warwick mathematical community
Software
 Manifold System, a company that develops a popular, lowcost GIS software package
Places
 River Manifold, a river in England
 The Manifold Way, a foot and cyclepath which follows the old route of the Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway, Staffordshire, England
People
 Sir Walter Manifold (1849–1928) an Australian grazier and politician
 John Manifold (19151985) an Australian poet and critic.
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