Definition of Jacketing

1. n. The material of a jacket; as, nonconducting jacketing.

Definition of Jacketing

1. Verb. (present participle of jacket) ¹

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Definition of Jacketing

1. jacket [v] - See also: jacket

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jacketing

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jacked
jacked off
jacked up
jackeen
jackeens
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jackeroo
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jackers
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jacket potato
jacket potatoes
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jacketless
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jackfish
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jackfruit
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jackhole
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jackies

Literary usage of Jacketing

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1. A Manual of the Steam Engine: For Engineers and Technical Schools; Advanced by Robert Henry Thurston (1900)
"Jacketing the Piston is sometimes practised, notwithstanding the practical difficulties attending it, and is stated to have been first successfully ..."

2. A Manual of the Steam Engine: For Engineers and Technical Schools; Advanced by Robert Henry Thurston (1900)
"Jacketing the Piston is sometimes practised, notwithstanding the practical difficulties attending it, and is stated to have been first successfully ..."

3. The Design of Marine Engines and Auxiliaries by Edward Milton Bragg (1916)
"Jacketing. — The effect of jacketing upon the design ... It will be noticed that the extent of the jacketing affected the design factor, ..."

4. The Steam Engine by George Charles Vincent Holmes (1897)
"... non-conducting cylinders—Means employed to diminish the loss due to liquefaction : t, superheating the steam ; 2, steam jacketing—The benefits derived ..."

5. The Corliss Engine by John T. Henthorn, Charles D. Thurber, Emil Herter (1900)
"When we consider the value that steam- jacketing the cylinders of an engine offers for ... The mere fact of steam-jacketing a cylinder, or, in other words, ..."

6. Steam Engines: A Thorough and Practical Presentation of Modern Steam Engine by Llewellyn V. Ludy (1913)
"Section of Steam Engine Cylinder Showing Method of Jacketing Function of Jacket. The function of the jacket is to supply heat to the cylinder walls to make ..."

7. Principles of Thermodynamics by George Alfred Goodenough (1911)
"Water-jacketing. — Unless some provision is made for withdrawing heat during the compression, the temperature will rise according to the adiabatic law. ..."

8. The Metallurgy of Lead & Silver by Henry Francis. Collins (1899)
"Water Jacketing to the Throat.—Copper furnaces being frequently water ... The advantages of water jacketing the upper portion of a lead furnace were ..."

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