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Geomertries & Characteristics

Vacuum chambers are built in a huge variety of shapes and sizes, limited only by application, imagination, and engineering consideration. Chambers range in volume from less than 1 cc to the "world's largest vacuum chamber" at NASA Plumbrook, USA which is 100 ft diameter by 122 ft tall (~3.5 x 1010 cc).
The more 'standard' vacuum chamber shapes include: box, sphere, cylinder, D-shape, and bell jar. Additional components, used in vacuum chamber construction, include: endplates, and service wells. All are separately discussed to illustrates the strengths of the basic shapes/designs.

Box Chamber
Spherical Chamber
Box Chamber
Cylindrical Chamber
Metal Bell Jar
Service Wells
Metal Bell Jars
Service wells