Definition of Blowing gas
1. Noun. The gas leaving a generator during a blow period.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Blowing Gas
Literary usage of Blowing gas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1915)
"The steam can be utilized in many ways: for heating purposes, for operating steam turbo-generators, or for blowing gas producers, especially if by-product ..."
2. Coal Mining in Arkansas by Alvin Arthur Steel (1910)
"The fire-boss and superintendent should instruct all the brattice men in safe methods of blowing gas out of rooms. A few of the more frequently violated ..."
3. Oil and Gas in the Mid-continent Fields by Luther Crocker Snider (1920)
"After blowing gas for several days this well was capped, and when opened later in July was found to have gone to salt water, barely enough gas being ..."
4. The Gas Engineer's Laboratory Handbook by John Hornby (1894)
"... another to be left during the experiment, blowing gas away, and thus ma taining a rapid current in the iron pipe, while the third can be u;-ed for other ..."
5. Proceedings of the Natural Gas Association of America by Natural Gas Association of America, Meeting (1916)
"... south of Cushing, where both oil and gas are developed, and in many newer operations of the state, the most noted thing is the absence of blowing gas. ..."