Some articles on chamber, swirl chamber, swirl:
... He realised that turbulence within the combustion chamber increased flame speed, and that he could achieve this by offsetting the cylinder head ... He also realised that making the chamber as compact as possible would reduce the distance that the flame had to travel and would reduce the likelihood of detonation ... He later developed the induction swirl chamber, which was an attempt to achieve orderly air motion in a diesel engine, the swirl being initiated by inclined ports and accentuated by forcing the air into a ...
... It consists of a spherical chamber located in the cylinder head and separated from the engine cylinder by a tangential throat ... About 50% of the air enters the swirl chamber during the compression stroke of the engine, producing a swirl ... This type of chamber finds application in engines in which fuel control and engine stability are more important than fuel economy ...
... Pressure-swirl spray nozzles are high-performance (small drop size) devices with one configuration shown ... which causes the swirling of the fluid in the swirl chamber ... Air or other surrounding gas is drawn inside the swirl chamber to form an air core within the swirling liquid ...
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Your manners for your hearts delight,
Nestle in hedge, or barn, or roof,
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To man, as to a lubber friend,
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—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)