Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which interchanges; specifically, in artificial ice-making, a tank containing a coil of pipes, or its equivalent, through which the brine cooled by the ice-machine, after extracting all the heat possible from the ice-molds in the ice-making tank, is caused to flow. Water placed in the interchanger in contact with the exterior surface of the coil is cooled preparatory to being placed in the molds for freezing it, thus increasing the economical efficiency of the apparatus.
- n. That part of an apparatus for the liquefaction of air wherein the compressed air is allowed to expand and is thus cooled to its point of liquefaction.
“The next point in the separation is that at which the air is introduced into an apparatus called an interchanger and is allowed to escape through a valve, causing it to turn to a liquid.”
“- It holds a time slot interchanger that can flexibly interconnect TDM data from the piggyback module, TDM data from the MPC8569 TDM engine and TDM data from the ITDM unit within the FPGA.”
“TTS Trunk time switch TTSI Transmit time slot interchanger TTTN Tandem tie trunk network TTU Trasnslation Table Update (GTE)”
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