chamber capacity

chamber capacity

[′chām·bər kə′pas·əd·ē]
(aerospace engineering)
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I would say - and I'm answering this both in my Chamber capacity and in my day job - it's that as a region we're quite humble, in terms of the people and the businesses people have created and grown here.
Chamber capacity was 35 to 40 grains of black powder.
Zhislin is well-known to Cyprus audiences as both violinist and violist in a solo and chamber capacity.
Another version for the treatment and finishing of light to medium-weight terry fabrics is the iMaster F with chamber capacity of upto 400 kg.
Investment at the lab focused on increasing stability chamber capacity and in supporting chromatography equipment, including new UPLC capabilities.
A vibrating feeder is not an efficient scalping tool to begin with; when we flood the separation zone, more undersize material enters the chamber, eating up chamber capacity and horsepower.
The F-370 has a chamber capacity with four-wing rotors of 414 liters; the F-620 has a capacity of 710 liters.
The design concept and functionality of Priorclave's standard bench-top 40 litre capacity model appealed but with a requirement for a 50% increase in chamber capacity.
A large chamber capacity ensures environmentally sound combustion, reducing CO2 and NOX emissions.
Ergonomic design, low profile, swing-top lid, and large chamber capacity make the MLS-Series autoclaves helpful to any lab.
3kV to 30kV, enabling examination of uncoated or delicate specimens, which are sensitive to electron bombardment; magnification between 5 and 300,000 times of actual features; and chamber capacity of 200 mm diameter devices, enabling monitoring large device arrays without destructive dicing or cleaving
Seven different sizes allow selection of the ideal chamber capacity.