Definition of Drippage
1. Noun. A liquid (as water) that flows in drops (as from the eaves of house).
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Literary usage of Drippage
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Technology of Beet Sugar Manufacture: A Textbook Describing the Theory and by Great Western Sugar Company (1920)
"The drippage is in either case returned to the stokers and burned. At Billings the drippage system consists of a system of scroll conveyors which convey the ..."
2. Natural Gas and Gasoline Journal (1918)
"It is easily understood since the artificial gas in the mixture has been generated at high heats and the complex oils originally constituting the drippage ..."
3. Cyclopedia of Engineering; a General Reference Work on Steam Boilers and by American Technical Society, Louis Derr (1919)
"Should operating conditions be such as to make it inconvenient to lay in the second bank of fuel, the first bank can be laid with the drippage from the ..."
4. American Army Doctrine for the Post-Cold War by John L. Romjue (1998)
"... be removed from the car and the placement of a cleaning sink or a pan under the part to catch drippage is not feasible. Increase cleaning efficiency. ..."
5. Methods of Analysis and Laboratory Control of the Great Western Sugar Company by Great Western Sugar Company, Sidney J. Osborn (1920)
"Take no samples from cars loaded from the drippage pit, or from cars into which any drippage has been loaded; pay special attention to this point ..."