The diaphragms in all the chambers are so connected that they move in concert.
The body of the apparatus is formed of wood, the chambers are lined with lead, and the diaphragms are of perforated sheet iron.
In these diaphragms, the openings for the delivery valves are made.
The number of diaphragms required is always one less than the degree of multiplicity of the continuity.
There are two diaphragms of gauze in the burner head to prevent firing back, and one in the nozzle portion of the burner.
The diaphragms at my ears rang with Miko's words: "I have set the time for now—two minutes—"
The lower plungers work through sleeves in diaphragms located in the center of the pumps.
Before we do anything more in this direction, we must consider the influence of the lens and its diaphragms.
Note down this focal length, and proceed to measure your diaphragms in sixteenths of an inch.
Vibration of Diaphragms:—Sound waves in air have the power to move other diaphragms than that of the ear.