Definition of Deflectors

1. Noun. (plural of deflector) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Deflectors

1. deflector [n] - See also: deflector

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deflectors

deflectable
deflected
deflecting
deflection
deflection change
deflection changes
deflection coils
deflection difference
deflection differences
deflectionize
deflections
deflective
deflective occlusal contact
deflectometer
deflector
deflectors (current term)
deflects
deflesh
deflex
deflexed
deflexes
deflexing
deflexion
deflexional
deflexions
deflexure
deflexures
deflocculate
deflocculated
deflocculates

Literary usage of Deflectors

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1. Ocean Magnetic Observations, 1905-1916: And Reports on Special Researches by Louis Agricola Bauer, John Adam Fleming, William Francis Gray Swann, James Percy Ault, William John Peters (1917)
"The sea deflectors as used have been intended primarily for the determination of the ... The liquid type of compass has been used for all the deflectors, ..."

2. A Treatise on Producer-gas and Gas-producers by Samuel S. Wyer (1906)
"deflectors. The operation of these depends upon the fact that when the motion of a rapidly moving volume of gas, carrying matter in suspension, ..."

3. Gas and Oil Engines and Gas-producers: A Treatise on Theoretical and by Lionel Simeon Marks, Horatio Sprague McDewell (1919)
"deflectors. The deflector consists of an obstruction placed across the path of moving gas, and causes a sudden change of direction of flow. ..."

4. Automatic Sprinkler Protection by Gorham Dana (1919)
"... tests to be approximately uniform over the 10 feet square area. (e) Water should not be cut up into fine spray. (/) Rotary deflectors are allowable ..."

5. Automatic Sprinkler Protection by Gorham Dana (1914)
"(e) Water should not be cut up into fine spray. (/) Rotary deflectors are allowable, but the distribution must be satisfactory with deflector fixed. ..."

6. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1839)
"... at a point above the point of ignition, as above described; and he also claims combining the deflectors with chimneys of the construction ..."

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