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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16] investigated computationally the variations in the aspect ratio on entropy generation due to natural convection in a rectangular cavity with differentially heated vertical walls.
The value of the L of the rectangular cavity length is 150 nm, 200 nm and 250 nm, respectively, when the cavity length of the cavity filter is longer, L, the resonance wavelength is longer and the number of standing waves is more, the result is in agreement with the experimental results, as shown in Figure 4.
According to Hoke-Brown failure criterion and the upper bound theorem of limit analysis, tunnel collapse under seepage forces condition and three-dimensional failure mechanism of a rectangular cavity were studied in detail [9, 17-21].
A turbulent gas flow past a rectangular cavity of L/D = 2 is simulated, where L and D are the length and depth of the cavity, respectively.
The camera unit is embedded in a rectangular cavity at the back and flips up to conveniently become a front facing camera.
Powell (8) numerically studied the time-evolution of a vertical stretching bridge of Newtonian fluids confined between a rectangular cavity and planar moving plate.
For validation of the proposed method, a 14-conductor point-to-point connected cable bundle, 1 m long, set inside a rectangular cavity which is considered as a ground return shown in Fig.
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.
Two examples were chosen here to verify the proposed Laguerre-RPIM method, one being a rectangular cavity and the other being a perfect conducting quarter-ring resonator.