combustion chamber definition

  • noun:
    • An enclosure by which burning, particularly of a fuel or propellant, is initiated and controlled.
    • An enclosed area, within a heat motor, where the fuel is combined and reacted with atmosphere or any other oxidizing representative in a controlled fashion
    • A space, of relatively large cross-section, behind the furnace which must be traversed by the hot gases from a boiler-grate, and in that they is going to be completely blended with air and have now a chance to burn off totally. Most commonly it is a chamber into that the fumes go right through the fire-box.
    • An enclosure where combustion, particularly of a fuel or propellant, is established and managed.
    • An enclosed area, within a heat motor, when the fuel is combined and reacted with air or any other oxidizing broker in a controlled way
    • an area, of reasonably large cross-section, behind the furnace which must certanly be traversed by the hot gases from a boiler-grate, plus in which they will be carefully blended with oxygen but a way to burn entirely. It is almost always a chamber into which the gases go straight from the fire-box.
  • others:
    • a place over, or in front side of, a boiler furnace where gases from fire be thoroughly blended and burnt.
    • The approval space in the cylinder of an inside burning motor where the cost is compressed and ignited.
    • an area over, or perhaps in front of, a boiler furnace where in actuality the fumes from fire be much more thoroughly combined and burnt.
    • The clearance area inside cylinder of an interior combustion engine in which the cost is squeezed and ignited.
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