Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which recuperates or recovers.
- n. That part of the Ponsard furnace which answers the same purpose as the regenerator of the Siemens regeneration furnace. See regenerator.
- n. A regenerator (heating device).
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Steel Manuf.) Same as regenerator.
- Compare Latin recuperator a recoverer. (Wiktionary)
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“To this end, a recuperator is fitted at the top or on the side of the rotary kiln.”
“Above the breach is an air recuperator and a piston, while there is no hydraulic brake such as is generally used.”
“The recoil brake, together with the spring recuperator, follows the usual Krupp practice in connection with ordinary field pieces, as does also the automatic breech-closing and firing mechanism.”
“To-day it is a suburb, a lung, of London; the rapid recuperator of Londoners with whom the pace has been too severe; the Mecca of day-excursionists, the steady friend of invalids and half-pay officers.”
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“The ships will cruise at 17 knots using all-electric propulsion, powered by 2 WR-21 advanced cycle gas turbine engines with intercooler and exhaust recuperator (ICR) heat exchangers.”
“In particular the CPS stand-alone recuperator and combustion designs are of interest to Capstone as we look to provide lower cost, smaller footprint, low emission solutions in the hybrid electrical vehicle markets," added Gilbreth.”
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