Definition of Chutes
1. Noun. (plural of chute) ¹
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Definition of Chutes
1. chute [v] - See also: chute
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Literary usage of Chutes
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)
"In driving rock chutes from the Skidmore to the Mammoth vein, the question often arises as to the economical spacing of the rock chutes, due to the varying ..."
2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1907)
"Such chutes must be arranged so as to subject the coal to a minimum of shock, so as to avoid ... Instead of an open chute as shown, telescopic pipe chutes ..."
3. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"chutes and Chute-gates г -i ere posing through it, and the pressure due to the ... The lon- 1 в & function of the slope width, interval between chutes, ..."
4. A Text Book of Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1909)
"PICKING TABLE. § 273. PICKING chutes. — chutes varying in width, ... These chutes are often wider at the receiving or upper end than at the discharging or ..."
5. Belt Conveyors and Belt Elevators by Frederic Valerius Hetzel (1922)
"Tripper chutes arc made in various ways; for discharge to one side, to both sides ... Tripper chutes are often set with the upper edge at position 2 (Fig. ..."
6. Handbook of Mining Details (1912)
"Gates for chutes and Bins—Headframes, Tipples and Derricks—Ore Bins. Gate for Ore Chute.—In both the Angels Quartz and Utica mines at Angels Camp, Calif., ..."
7. Buildings and Structures of American Railroads: A Reference Book for by Walter Gilman Berg (1893)
"The cost of delivering 460 tons of coal to engines per month, per each man employed at these chutes, is stated to be 9.07 cents per ton. ..."
8. Handbook of Building Construction: Data for Architects, Designing and by George Albert Hool, Nathan Clarke Johnson (1920)
"MAIL chutes BY ARTHUR PEABODY 280. Requirements.—Public buildings, office buildings, apartment buildings, and hotels are usually provided with mailing ..."