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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This device is designed to maximise wall thickness and graft chamber volume, ensuring optimal contact with the vertebral endplates by both the interbody device and bone graft material.
According to the researchers, a thicker heart muscle and smaller heart chamber volume may increase the risk of age-related heart failure.
Differentiating (1) with respect to time, we have pdV/dt = pSu since the variable chamber volume is equal to Sx.
As such, the entire charge burned with no significant increase in chamber volume.
Combustion chamber volume decreases from carbonaceous deposits, causing spark knock.
In general, the increase of eccentricity can cause the increment of the chamber volume and the void capacity as well.
Angle: The average value of anterior chamber volume.
For each subject, corneal thickness, anterior chamber depth (ACD), corneal volume, anterior chamber angle (ACA), corneal curvature, and anterior chamber volume (ACV) were obtained through Pentacam before and after instillation of drops.
There was no statistical difference between either therapy when compared to placebo in NYHA class, LV chamber volume or LVEF.
Since the chamber volume does not change, the system is perfect for pumping liquids containing soft solids or viscous media.