expansion chamber


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expansion chamber

[ik′span·shən ‚chām·bər]
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Contract award notice: Development of project-estimate documentation for the modernization of the expansion chamber for discharge pipes from st.
A Ignition B Carburettor C Expansion chamber D Piston 9.
The Pin Gun Class evolved out of Jim Clark's original barrel weight for 1911.45's, the expansion chamber compensators that followed and--to a lesser extent--heavy custom barrels on revolvers.
Optimal partition layout of expansion chamber m uffler with offset inlet/outlet, International Journal of Automotive Technology 16(5):885- 893.
The air and water then mix in an expansion chamber capable of supplying a dust-suppressing foam to six dosing points at specific stages in the crushing and conveying circuit.
That's where the attachment point is in the middle of the tube, and the expansion chamber goes back over the barrel.
Using a 6.75" match-grade barrel and ports that are designed to support the host suppressor, the 12" suppressor features a large expansion chamber and unique barrel support and baffle system.
The configuration of the helicoid and the central tube in a simple expansion chamber which is the subject of this investigation is a modified version of the Herschel-Quincke tube [7].
Each top port has an expansion chamber. The expansion chamber is wider than the passageway for the bullet.
It is worth noting that this mode of cloud formation, allowing steady cloud microphysical conditions for times much greater than typically available in an expansion chamber, opens up a number of experimental possibilities.
The only hints of chrome left are on the expansion chamber fins, rim linings, and the rear brake and shift shafts.
The four loads used in determining the source properties are a simple expansion chamber, straight tube, divergent cone, and foam termination.