combustion chamber


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combustion chamber

n.
An enclosure in which combustion, especially of a fuel or propellant, is initiated and controlled.

combustion chamber

n
(Mechanical Engineering) an enclosed space in which combustion takes place, such as the space above the piston in the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine or the chambers in a gas turbine or rocket engine in which fuel and oxidant burn
Translations
spalovací komora

combustion chamber

nBrennkammer f

combustion chamber

ncamera di combustione
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