Definition of Substations

1. Noun. (plural of substation) ¹



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Definition of Substations

1. substation [n] - See also: substation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Substations

substantivising
substantivities
substantivity
substantivization
substantivizations
substantivize
substantivized
substantivizes
substantivizing
substantiæ nigræ
substate
substatement
substatements
substates
substation
substations (current term)
substatute
substatutes
substaunce
substellar
substellate
substem
substems
substep
substeps
substernal
substile
substiles
substituent
substituents

Literary usage of Substations

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1920)
"By AIEE AUTOMATIC RAILWAY substations BY FRANK W. PETERS Railway & Traction ... Automatic substations as shown by several years' operation have resulted in ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1922)
"(Wilkes-Baire Meeting, September, 1921) THE use of small substations for the supplying of 275-volt energy to the locomotive and cutting machines in coal ..."

3. Electric Railway Engineering by Charles Francis Harding, Dressel Dewitt Ewing (1916)
"On long lines, however, substations are still necessary to reduce the potential ... Such substations, involving only transformers, lightning protection and ..."

4. Electric Railway Engineering by Charles Francis Harding, Dressel Dewitt Ewing (1916)
"On long lines, however, substations are still necessary to reduce the potential ... Such substations, involving only transformers, lightning protection and ..."

5. The Electric Railway by Alonzo Morris Buck (1915)
"As the number of substations is increased, the number and total capacity of such reserve units will become greater. Conversely, as the number of stations is ..."

6. Hydroelectric Developments and Engineering: A Practical and Theoretical by Frank Koester (1909)
"Location of substations. substations or receiving stations are designed to ... The substations as a rule are located as near as possible to the center of ..."

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