Definition of Journal box

1. Noun. Metal housing for a journal bearing.

Generic synonyms: Housing



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Journal Box

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jounced
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jounciest
jouncing
jouncingly
jouncy
jour
jour fixe
jour printer
jouravskite
journal article
journal bearing
journal box (current term)
journaled
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journalism
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journalistic
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journalistics
journalists

Literary usage of Journal box

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1. The Car-builder's Dictionary: An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which ...by Master Car-Builders' Association, Matthias Nace Forney, Arthur Mellen Wellington, Leander Garey, Calvin A. Smith by Master Car-Builders' Association, Matthias Nace Forney, Arthur Mellen Wellington, Leander Garey, Calvin A. Smith (1895)
"5377-82 shows the standard journal-box of the arch-bar lugs, ... V door or lid covering an aperature on the out- journal-box, by means of which oil and ..."

2. Car Builders' Cyclopedia of American Practice by American Railway Association, Master Car Builders' Association, Mechanical Division, Association of American Railroads (1903)
"The journal box and details as shown in these drawings were adopted as ... In 1898 a Recommended Practice was adopted for passenger car journal box and ..."

3. Car Builders' Cyclopedia of American Practice by American Railway Association, Master Car Builders' Association, Mechanical Division, Association of American Railroads (1881)
"Journal-box Cover. A door or lid covering an aperture on the outside of a ... Journal-box-cover Bolt. A bolt used to fasten the cover to the box. ..."

4. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1904)
"journal box DUST GUARDS. In order to retain the oil in the journal box and at the same time exclude the dust, sand and dirt it has long been customary to ..."

5. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1914)
"journal box DUST GUARDS. In order to retain the oil in the journal box and at the same time exclude the dust, sand and dirt it has long been customary to ..."

6. Locomotive Dictionary: An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which Designate ...by George Little Fowler by George Little Fowler (1906)
"journal box. Figs. 4464-4495. A cast or malleable iron or cast steel box or case ... journal box, Bearing and Pedestal. At the convention of the American ..."

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