Definition of Comparators

1. Noun. (plural of comparator) ¹



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Definition of Comparators

1. comparator [n] - See also: comparator

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Literary usage of Comparators

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1. The American Quarterly Microscopical Journal by New York Microscopial Society (1878)
"comparators for Measures of Length. MEASURES OF MILLIMETER DIVISIONS. ... comparators of this class are usually constructed with two sliding plates, ..."

2. Text-book on Geodesy and Least Squares: Prepared for the Use of Civil by Charles L[ee] Crandall (1906)
"comparators.—For end measures the contact level comparator is used by both the Coast Survey and Lake Survey (Pri. Tri. USL Sur., p. 56). ..."

3. Engineering Instruments & Meters by Edgar A. Griffiths (1921)
"37-3 comparators To compare the length of copy with a standard requires elaborate appliances if an accuracy of better than one part ..."

4. Handbook of Small Tools: Comprising Threading Tools, Taps, Dies, Cutters by Erik Oberg (1908)
"Maximum and Minimum Gauge for Lead and Angle Diameter comparators FOR THE LEAD OF TAPS AND SCREWS. When it is wanted, however, to determine the errors in ..."

5. The Michigan Engineer by Michigan Engineering Society (1889)
"The method of comparison was as follows : — Two contact level comparators reading to one hundred thousandth of an inch, were mounted on heavy stone piers, ..."

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