Definition of Hydraulic pump
1. Noun. A water pump that uses the kinetic energy of flowing water to force a small fraction of that water to a reservoir at a higher level.
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Literary usage of Hydraulic pump
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1. Lockwood's Dictionary of Terms Used in the Practice of Mechanical by Joseph Gregory Horner (1892)
"hydraulic pump.—See Hydraulic Force Pump. Hydraulic Ham or Water Ram.—A machine in which water is raised from a lower to a higher level by it« own momentum. ..."
2. Linseed Oil and Other Seed Oils: An Industrial Manual by William Duane Ennis (1909)
"Units involved.—High and low pressure.—Control of pressure application.—Regulation of pumps.—Pump connections.—The four-crank hydraulic pump.—Its operation. ..."
3. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1908)
"hydraulic pump. ROBERT MIDDLETON LEEDS, ENGLAND valve contains six large main cylinders, with six additional pull-back cylinders, and the automatic features ..."
4. Diseases of the nose, throat, and ear, and their accessory cavities by Seth Scott Bishop (1908)
"In a city with waterworks the compound hydraulic pump (Fig. 126) is effective, since it gives about double the amount of pressure obtained by the ..."
5. The Preservation of Structural Timber by Howard Frederick Weiss (1916)
"One air pump is ample for three retorts, while one hydraulic pump is required for each retort. The maintenance of one air pump is much less than three ..."