combustion chamber


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combustion chamber

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

combustion chamber

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combustion chamber

ncamera di combustione
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As a result, in the combustion chamber there is a very rapid movement of the mass of gas in the form of shock waves of compression and expansion.
Application of thick plasma-sprayed coatings has a number of disadvantages namely, adhesion of coatings thicker than 0.5 mm is poor, and temperatures of combustion chamber walls raised to excessive values reduce the volumetric efficiency and create additional problems with adequate lubrication at the higher end of piston stroke.
Reduced mechanisms are used for calculating gas dynamics and should identically describe kerosene physical properties as well as to accurately predict temperature distribution and recovered fuel concentration in the combustion chamber.
Formation of combustion emissions is most influenced by the fuel properties and design parameters of furnace (e.g., excess air, particle size, dimensions of the combustion chamber, etc.).
The combustion happens in the specific area of the gas turbine called the combustion chamber. The combustion chamber ignites the fuel and converts the chemical energy into mechanical energy.
KM+ serves as a detergent to clean engine fuel delivery systems, intake valves and combustion chambers. For older engines, it cleans and restores the fuel delivery systems and combustion system.
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