Definition of Dynamometry

1. n. The art or process of measuring forces doing work.



Definition of Dynamometry

1. Noun. The measurement of forces doing work. ¹

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Definition of Dynamometry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dynamometry

dynamo
dynamo-electric
dynamo-electric machine
dynamoelectric
dynamogenesis
dynamogenic
dynamogeny
dynamograph
dynamographs
dynamometer
dynamometer car
dynamometer cars
dynamometers
dynamometric
dynamometries
dynamometry (current term)
dynamos
dynamoscope
dynamoscopy
dynamotor
dynamotors
dynams
dynast
dynastic
dynastic war
dynastic wars
dynastical
dynastically
dynastidan
dynasties

Literary usage of Dynamometry

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1. The Medical Inspection of School Children: A Text-book for Medical Officers by William Leslie Mackenzie, Edwin Matthew (1904)
"Measurement of Energy—dynamometry. The ordinary dynamometer may be used for older boys. But the instrument designed by Professor Hay is better adapted to ..."

2. Pellagra by Giulio Cesare Alessandrini, Alberto Scala, Edward Mentor Perdue (1916)
"In fact, although the treatment lasted but a short time, since only 16 injections were made, it was possible to note an increase of dynamometry and a slight ..."

3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"... of dynamometry, of tapping. Fatigue is itself conditioned upon age, sex, intelligence, individual type, season of the year, time of day, habit, ..."

4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1891)
"But if we compare the effects of rheumatism with those of fatigue, we find them still more closely allied in reference to the dynamometry of muscular ..."

5. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1888)
"Thurston's labors on the subject is, therefore, not at all problematical, inasmuch as all such attempts at dynamometry may be eliminated from programmes of ..."

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