rectangular cavity

rectangular cavity

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər ′kav·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
A resonant cavity having the shape of a rectangular parallelepiped.
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3]/sec into a rectangular cavity of 70 x 70 x 7 [mm.
Consider Martini's Untitled, 2013, in which a small, rectangular cavity has been excised from a large, thin sheet of stone and replaced with a piece of microcrystalline wax.
An optical access mold was built to allow passage of a pulsed laser sheet through the midplane of a corner-gated nominally rectangular cavity 109.
Kato (2000) was interested in the competition which take place from the simultaneous formation of parallel, R//, and longitudinal, R[perpendicular to], rolls in the presence of flow in a rectangular cavity heated from bottom.
A 2-foot-deep rectangular cavity in the concrete ledge houses the firepit.
eq]) of the cavity between slats may be determined based on the convection film coefficient of a rectangular cavity subject to temperature differential at its open boundary surfaces and adiabatic conditions at slat surfaces as follows:
The making of the big rectangular cavity by using the comands "Extrude" and "Extruded Cut"-removed from the material.
The top rectangular plate for pressing and bottom rectangular cope for providing rectangular cavity, the dimensions of the mould were 205 mm x130 mm x 20 mm.
There is a rectangular cavity where the trigger should be as well as a V-shaped groove for a bolt.
A rectangular cavity produces a set of distinctive eigenfunctions, each one corresponding to a particular energy.
The rectangular cavity in the belly, considered to be the center of power, was probably covered with a large, white cowrie shell or a mirror which deflected evil forces.