Definition of Carburetter
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Carburetter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Automobile: A Practical Treatise on the Construction of Modern Motor by Paul Nooncree Hasluck (1903)
"Sales and Braby carburetter - 115 89, 90. Buck Wick carburetter - 116 91. ... English Daimler carburetter - 119 95—97. DC Dion-Bouton carburetter 120 98. ..."
2. The Motor Book by R. J. Mecredy (1903)
"THE carburetter There are two types of carburetter in general use, ... Sometimes this carburetter floods ; this is generally due to the valve which admits ..."
3. Hand-book of American Gas-engineering Practice by Nisbet Latta (1907)
"THE carburetter. THE carburetter one may divide into two topics: Brickwork.—Of the first it is difficult to lay down any exact rule, as conditions, ..."
4. Motors and Motor-driving by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1902)
"The De Dion carburetter from splashing upwards, and to diffuse the air over ... As will be seen, the plate L does not touch the sides of the carburetter, ..."
5. Self-propelled Vehicles: A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction by James Edward Homans (1910)
"A carburetter cannot deliver more charge to a cylinder ... Hence, a large carburetter with excess passage area cannot cause an engine to deliver more power ..."
6. The Anatomy of the Automobile by Andrew Lee Dyke (1908)
"In the first place, we have a big petrol tank holding about three gallons of petrol. This feeds what is called the carburetter. The carburetter used on ..."
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