piston chamber

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Noun1.piston chamber - a chamber within which piston moves
brake cylinder, hydraulic brake cylinder, master cylinder - a cylinder that contains brake fluid that is compressed by a piston
chamber - a natural or artificial enclosed space
compressor - a mechanical device that compresses gasses
cylinder block, engine block, block - a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine; "the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked"
intake valve - a valve that controls the flow of fluid through an intake
pump - a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
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To realize quick response shift changes, the piston chamber volume for each clutch and brake was reduced to prevent longer shift response due to piston or cylinder distortion at clutch engagement.
This gas is directed into the top forward end of the magazine tube, the forward half of which serves as a gas piston chamber.
A variable aperture valve admits expanding gas from a barrel vent into a piston chamber driving the transfer rod back against a flat at the top of the bolt carrier causing the cam-actuated bolt to unlock.
Note that the threads are cut to full depth down to the lip of the gas piston chamber.
The single integrated piston chamber of the Cal = Trak XL can measure flows from 5 to 500 sL/min over a 100:1 range.
This method requires designing the piston chamber geometry.
The technology used in other pumps is a piston chamber, which is not at all how a baby works.
For braking, compressed air, hydraulic fluid, or springs provide a force against the piston toward the brake end of the unit as air or hydraulic fluid is exhausted from the clutch piston chamber.