Definition of Industrial process
1. Noun. A systematic series of mechanical or chemical operations that produce or manufacture something.
Specialized synonyms: Acheson Process, Bessemer Process, Cyanide Process, Electrostatic Precipitation, Fractional Process, Fractionation, Haber Process, Haber-bosch Process, Solvay Process
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Literary usage of Industrial process
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Energy Efficiency: Challenges and Trends for Electric Utilities (1994)
"... serial motors Waste heat recovery systems m industrial process heat pumps • Industrial heat exchangers • Vapor recompression systems Electrolytic ..."
2. The Vested Interests and the State of the Industrial Arts: ("The Modern by Thorstein Veblen (1919)
"The workman — and indeed it is still the skilled workman — is always indispensable to the due working of this mechanistic industrial process, of course; ..."
3. The Theory of Business Enterprise by Thorstein Veblen (1904)
"In order to an efficient working of this industrial process at large, the various constituent sub-processes must work in due coordination throughout the ..."
4. Principles of Accounting by William Andrew Paton, Russell Alger Stevenson (1916)
"A phenomenon of the modern industrial process is its susceptibility to trade ... The immediate control of the industrial process is in the hands of the ..."
5. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1886)
"Were it not for capital, every industrial process would have to ... Experience has shown that a long industrial process will yield a larger proportional ..."