Definition of Interstage

1. Adjective. Between stages ¹



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Definition of Interstage

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Interstage

interspinal line
interspinal muscles
interspinales muscles
interspinalis
interspinous
interspinous ligament
interspiration
interspirations
interspongioplastic substance
interstack
interstacked
interstacking
interstadial
interstadials
interstage (current term)
interstapedial
interstate
interstate-compact
interstate compact
interstates
interstation
interstellar
interstellar extinction
interstellar medium
interstellar space
interstellar spaces
interstellary
interstep
interstereocilia

Literary usage of Interstage

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Thermodynamics by John Edward Emswiler (1921)
"interstage Cooling of Air Compressors.—Cooling the air by means of water jacketing the cylinder is only partially effective because of the limitation of ..."

2. Stages to Saturn: A Technological History of the Apollo/Saturn Launch Vehicle by Roger E. Bilstein (1999)
"Exceptions were the interstage, aft skirt, thrust structure, and forward skirt which were produced at North American's plant in Tulsa, Oklahoma. ..."

3. Nasa Patents Available for Licensing from the George C. Marshall Space ... (1992)
"An interstage transistor interconnecting the collectors of the two stages of the Darlington circuit is connected with the first stage transistor in a ..."

4. Technical Digest edited by G. W. Day, D. L. Franzen, P. A. Williams (1999)
"This high-power in line EDFA is flattened using an interstage filter and is assumed to include 8 dB of interstage loss to account for isolators, ..."

5. Radio Phone Receiving: A Practical Book for Everybody by Erich Hausmann, Alfred Norton Goldsmith, Louis Alan Hazeltine, John V. L. Hogan, John Harold Morecroft, Frank Emanuel Canavaciol, Robert D. Gibson, Paul C. Hoernel (1922)
"The output or interstage transformer magnifies this variation three times, making the voltage variation on the grid of the second tube forty-five times as ..."

6. Buckling of Bars, Plates, and Shells by Robert M. Jones (2006)
"... Jones [4-58]) General instability results for the large-diameter missile-interstage structure under biaxial loading are displayed in Figure 4-106. ..."

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