spray chamber

spray chamber

[′sprā ‚chām·bər]
(mechanical engineering)
A compartment in an air conditioner where humidification is conducted.
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A similar study using a constant volume spray chamber with optical access called Cetane Ignition Delay (CID) has been also reported [5,6], where the end of the physical delay and the start of the chemical delay is defined when excited CH20* chemiluminescence, a low temperature heat release indicator, is first observed.
In a first step, spray chamber measurements are used to calibrate the spray boundary conditions and spray model parameters of the simulation.
For instance, the salt spray chamber ensures that the products coated with Manifa powder are truly the best in the market.
The assemblies are put in a salt spray chamber at 35[degrees]C with 5% NaCl water according to ASTM B117-09, which is an accelerated test to stimulate the effects of a severe marine atmosphere on exposed surfaces.
The combination of the preeflow positive displacement volumetric pump and a low-flow spray chamber guarantees high performance spraying of low to high viscosity fluids.
ELSDs use patented thermo-split technology to precisely control the spray chamber and drift tube temperatures, thereby optimizing detector sensitivity over a range of flow rates and gradients.
5-MW refrigeration machines and a 9-MW condenser spray chamber.
Frigel's Patented Adiabatic Spray Chamber prevents any moisture contact with heat exchange surface areas thus eliminating any risk of Legionella Bacteria growth.
A set of three panels was put in the salt spray chamber (ASTM B 117) to evaluate the degree of rusting (ASTM D 610) and blistering (ASTM D 714).
Hot-dip galvanised washers failed the DIN 50021-SS salt spray test after just 170 hours, while the Nord-Lock wedge-locking washers (using the Delta-Protekt KL 100 + VH 302 GZ coating system) showed next to no signs of corrosion after 1,000 hours in the salt spray chamber.