Sealed cabin - definition of sealed cabin by The Free Dictionary
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The occupied space of an aircraft characterized by walls which do not allow any gaseous exchange between the ambient atmosphere and the inside atmosphere and containing its own ways of regenerating the inside atmosphere.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Thanks to the sealed cabin
created by the glass partition wall, the occupants can remain in the optimum temperature even when the luggage compartment stands open.
It is the lightest and most efficient system for a sealed cabin
, and its design has applications for other high-altitude aircraft.
The new forklift has a fully sealed cabin
constructed using 100 millimeter (mm) thick steel plates and 230mm thick lead glass, with all sides welded to enable the operator to maneuver the forklift with maximum shielding against radiation.