The more a gas is heated, the more pressure it will exert upon the walls of the combustion chamber it confines.
The second circle of flame sets fire to more of the gas, and finally the entire contents of the combustion chamber are burning.
The tube or combustion chamber collapsed, having become overheated through shortness of water.
The inclination of the valves permits the use of large valves, and these open directly into the combustion chamber.
These permit one to machine the entire interior of the cylinder and combustion chamber.
This coil is continued at the top so as to form a kind of dome under the cover of the combustion chamber.
The relation of valve location and combustion chamber design will be considered in proper sequence.
The combustion chamber is made of a piece of brass tubing driven over the end of the smaller tube on the spout.
The latter is mounted on the end of the combustion chamber, and consists of two parts, D and P.
The supply of oil should be reduced and the draught regulated until the flame in the combustion chamber burns clear.
|combustion chamber |
An enclosure in which combustion, especially of a fuel or propellant, is initiated and controlled. See also internal-combustion engine.