Definition of Penetrometers

1. Noun. (plural of penetrometer) ¹



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Definition of Penetrometers

1. penetrometer [n] - See also: penetrometer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Penetrometers

penetrating wound
penetratingly
penetratingness
penetration bomb
penetration test
penetration tests
penetrations
penetrative
penetratively
penetrativeness
penetrator
penetrators
penetrometer
penetrometers (current term)
penfieldite
penfish
penfishes
penfluridol
penfold
penfolds
penfriend
penfriends
penfriendship
penfriendships
penful
penfuls
pengest

Literary usage of Penetrometers

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1. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1910)
"Penetration machines or penetrometers are used for determining the consistency of asphalts and asphaltic cements. The machines that have been devised for ..."

2. Small Business Innovation Research: Program Solicitation (1993)
"... Technical specifications of cone penetrometers are available from equipment manufacturers (see examples in the bibliography). ..."

3. Industrial Chemistry: A Manual for the Student and Manufacturer by Allen Rogers (1920)
"... Testing Laboratory penetrometers, all of which are described by Mr. Clifford Richardson in the " Modern Asphalt Pavement." A sample of the asphalt is ..."

4. Subsurface Characterization and Monitoring Techniques: Vol. 1: Solids ...by J. Russell Boulding by J. Russell Boulding (1996)
"See Section 2.2.2 for additional information on cone penetrometers. ... Seismic cone penetrometers are commonly used in geotechnical investigations and the ..."

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