resonant chamber

resonant chamber

[′res·ən·ənt ′chām·bər]
(electromagnetism)
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Barriers of age and culture, sexuality and shame are overcome with delicacy and grace in "Lilting," a quietly resonant chamber piece about the bond that develops between a Chinese-Cambodian mother and the young British lad who was the "best friend" of her late son.
The Composer's transducer is a Helmholtz resonant chamber with separate modules for stimulating and measuring sound intensity on opposite ends.
Endearingly homespun accounts from the Choir and Orchestra of the Czech Madrigalists recorded in the Church of All Saints in Prague Castle last May bring the seasonal Czech countryside to life, with a 'chuffy' little organ and a bright, warmly resonant chamber orchestra.
The development of the piezoelectric 3 kHz horn in a resonant chamber, has had a positive effect in reducing battery requirements and point of sale costs.
The first and third chamber are the dilatation chambers, the second and fourth chambers are the resonant chambers. The diameter of inlet and the long intubation are changed to 45 mm, and the long intubation located the second chamber has small holes with diameter 6 mm.