air chamber definition

  • noun:
    • An enclosure filled with air for a special purpose.
    • A chamber, especially in a hydraulic system, which air elastically compresses and expands to manage the movement of a fluid.
    • a chamber, in a hydraulic system, which air (or some other gas) is squeezed to manage the movement of a fluid
    • See Air chamber, when you look at the Vocabulary.
    • An enclosure filled with atmosphere for a unique purpose.
    • A chamber, particularly in a hydraulic system, in which environment elastically compresses and expands to modify the flow of a fluid.
    • a chamber, in a hydraulic system, in which atmosphere (or some other gasoline) is compressed to manage the flow of a fluid
    • See Air chamber, when you look at the Vocabulary.
  • others:
    • A chamber or hole full of environment, in an animal or plant.
    • A cavity containing atmosphere to act as a spring for equalizing the movement of a liquid in a pump or any other hydraulic device.
    • A chamber or cavity full of environment, in an animal or plant.
    • A cavity containing air to behave as a spring for equalizing the movement of a liquid in a pump or other hydraulic device.
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