swept volume


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swept volume

n
(General Engineering) another term for volumetric displacement
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Perhaps inadvertently, they discovered the benefits of greater swept volume in spring rifles, because their 121 generated velocities in .177 cal.
The surfactant can activate the residual oil and form emulsion, the emulsion expands the swept volume. According to the different characteristics of the reservoir, the main controlling factors of SP flooding should be cleared out and provide the basis for the system optimization for SP flooding, especially for the Jilin Oilfield of high salinity and heavy heterogeneous.
The compression ratio is based on the swept volume at compression stroke [V.sub.HC] and the dead volume [V.sub.C].
The instantaneous expansion cylinder volume (Ve) can be expressed as a function of expansion cylinder swept volume (Vse) ,expansion cylinder dead volume(Vde) and crank angle(a).
So, the flooding swept volume is only determined by the position of the water frontal advance; after breakthrough, (2) deforms as follows:
The ascending piston compresses the air charge into two smaller cylinders, each 10% of the swept volume via ports.
Formula 1 has standardized the engine swept volume, energy recovery system, energy storage system, and more, and this has appeal to the manufacturers who play in that sandbox (Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault and-in 2015-Flonda).
Huge swept volume generally goes with low operating pressure, and sure enough, water systems for closed loop chilling run well below atmospheric pressure.
The five methodologies were a digestion time approach, a consumption model approach, simple frequency of occurrence, a swept volume model, and a plankton net method.
The second secret is that internal volume of the compression chamber--the so-called swept volume of the piston--determines power.