chamber volume

chamber volume

[′chām·bər ‚väl·yəm]
(aerospace engineering)
The volume of the rocket combustion chamber, including the convergent portion of the nozzle up to the throat. Also known as chamber capacity.
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DeeRed boasts the largest 3D print capacity in its price category with a print chamber volume of 400 x 600 x 800 mm representing a 50% volume increase.
As such, the entire charge burned with no significant increase in chamber volume.
In general, the increase of eccentricity can cause the increment of the chamber volume and the void capacity as well.
Since the chamber volume does not change, the system is perfect for pumping liquids containing soft solids or viscous media.
Note that only a small fraction of the chamber volume is occupied by the dust cloud.
The best-fit lines of evacuation times plotted against chamber volume showed the LimbLogic VS had a smaller slope compared to the Harmony e-Pulse despite having a similar y-intercept.
Typically, the tangential mixer can mix a larger batch volume or weight per unit of usable chamber volume as compared to an intermeshing mixer of similar net chamber volume.
Since the chamber volume does not change, the system is suited for pumping liquids containing soft solids or viscous media, such as chocolate spread.
The cylinder displacement of a Wankel compressor is calculated by the difference between the compression chamber volume at the end of the compression process ([V.
While featuring the smallest footprint of all the TEM units, the single station S-250 does accommodate up to a 30 percent large chamber volume capacity than the company's next largest machine.
The rates of methane emissions were calculated by fitting linear regression to the difference in the methane concentrations and adjusting for the chamber volume and area covered following the equation 1.
The pressure and temperature in the chamber were then lowered by increasing the chamber volume, thus creating a cloud from the moistened air.