cylindrical cavity

cylindrical cavity

[sə′lin·drə·kəl ′kav·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
A cavity resonator in the shape of a right circular cylinder.
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Include are the surfaces in the cylindrical cavity formed by the upper and lower platens, as well as the rotor surfaces.
The centrifugal casting process makes possible the production of large rolls, gas and water pipes, automotive cylinder liners and other castings requiring a cylindrical cavity without cores.
For example, cyclohexamylose, consisting of six glucose units, has a cylindrical cavity 7 angstroms deep and 5 angstroms across.
The novel of gage consists in construction, sound generator and inner cylindrical cavity with reflexion surfaces.
All results were obtained for the same sample placed in the cylindrical cavity applicator.
In their system, a microphone (acting like an eardrum) at one end of a brass, cylindrical cavity, detects the signals sent by a hearing aid at the other end.
It has created by processing from liquid form by infiltration of vertical and descending capillary with binary eutectoid alloy-Ag72Cu, of reinforcing from bidimensional and bidirectional twisting cupper wire under roll forming multiple capillary spaces in 3D, located within cylindrical cavity of cupper tube.
They employ a cam that rotates in a cylindrical cavity and squeezes melt against the wall.
Setting the charged density of the center line X, then from the electric field intensity in the cylindrical cavity, the potential difference between the inner and outer walls of the cylinder was deduced [10],
info), a producer of laser-sintering machines, suggested another solution: two arrays of 11 plastic modules; each module would accommodate 18 cells, each in its own cylindrical cavity.
This, together with the cylindrical cavity inside, indicates that this object was originally a storage jar, probably for either tea or tobacco.