low-pressure

[ loh-presh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF low-pressure

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOW-PRESSURE

They had removed all protection from the low-pressure stratosphere.

The one shown in the drawing is intended for low-pressure kiers.

Round the low-pressure cylinder, then down again—and we are “below.”

Then how does the air coming from B manage to be low-pressure stuff?

The main engine-room, containing the low-pressure turbines, is similarly protected against flooding.

If in a low-pressure engine the pressure of steam in the cylinder be taken at 17 lbs.

But the Chamber, the creator of low-pressure and high-pressure, the inspirer of the "ticker," is the great generator of business.

Hence for high-pressure machines somewhat greater velocities are permitted in the passages than for low-pressure machines.

For the glands on the suction side water is supplied from a low-pressure service.

The real development of the city, however, is northward in the area of the low-pressure supply.

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