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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Distribution of dynamic radial stresses in a foam medium with a cylindrical cavity
The cartridge primer pocket was a much simpler cylindrical cavity with only a single, larger-diameter flash hole in the center of the pocket.
The goal of the present study is to study synthetic jet performance with a cylindrical cavity using 3-D lattice Boltzmann unsteady simulation.
The effect of tail void grouting pressure on the surrounding soil is simplified as an expansion problem of the cylindrical cavity in semi-infinite elastic solid.
The setup contains a high-density polyethylene cylindrical moderator with a concentric central cylindrical cavity for a cylindrical sample container with 106 mm x 1.5 mm (diameter x length).
The aim of such searches is to create a resonant cavity environment with a high-quality cylindrical cavity (with support for [TM.sub.010] modes) which is encapsulated in strong magnetic field transverse to the cavity axis and spectrally tuned to resonantly couple to any possible axions in situ, which could possibly result in production of resonant axion-photon events.
Verg-Lapisardi, "Lumped Parameters of a Reentering Cylindrical Cavity," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.
It can be viewed from the figure that, under an empty-cavity state, resonance points of different orders are stimulated to different extents; due to sound and vibration coupling effect, frequencies of different orders in the acoustic cavities are enhanced to different degrees; within the frequency range of 100-150 Hz, acoustic response of internal cylindrical cavity is determined by structural stiffness; additionally, within the range, response of internal acoustic cavity changes with the variation of noise reduction; the noise reduction is higher and internal acoustic response is higher with a higher laying rate; therefore, internal response of the empty cavity is lowest, while that of the acoustic cavity with full laying ranks at the top [15].
Thiruvenkatachar and Viswanathan [1] investigated the dynamic response of an elastic half space with a cylindrical cavity at a finite depth subjected to time-dependent surface tractions on the boundary of the cavity using a series of wave functions and the method of successive approximations.
Vesic [1] proposed an approximate solution based on the Mohr-Coulomb failure criterion for both spherical and cylindrical cavity expansion problems.
At present, methods which are widely used in compaction effect analysis of displacement piles are cylindrical cavity expansion method, spherical cavity expansion method, and strain path method.
[18] conducted an experimental investigation using electrically heating method to explore the effects of surface boundary condition, tilt angle, and heat flux on heat loss of a fully open cylindrical cavity. It was concluded that temperatures of bottom surface fluctuate in a small region, and side surface temperatures decrease with increasing position departure from bottom surface.