Definition of Haulages
1. Noun. (plural of haulage) ¹
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Definition of Haulages
1. haulage [n] - See also: haulage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haulages
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Literary usage of Haulages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Electrical Equipment of Collieries by William Galloway Duncan, David Penman (1908)
"Unquestionably, however, there are many advantages which can be claimed for motor-driven haulages, and the following are some of these:— 1. ..."
2. Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores: A Practical Treatise on the Cyanide Process by Henry Forbes Julian, Edgar Smart (1904)
"Power for Endless-Hope haulages.—Equation 8 is also useful in calculating the power required for continuous-rope haulage when the weights upon the up and ..."
3. Bulletin by Institution of Mining and Metallurgy (1904)
"The dip haulages were from the first built with frames to carry two drums, although for the first nine years they were fitted with single drums only and ..."
4. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"Rope Haulage and Conveyers :- Hf9* and tail-rope haulages (Sec n, ... The greater flexibility of locomotive haulage :minated rope haulages except where ..."
5. Extension Bulletin by West Virginia University (1917)
"... a popular selection is 40 to 60 pound rail for main haulages; 20 to 40 pound for the cross entries, and 16 to 25 pound for the rooms. ..."
6. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"All the haulages, as previously mentioned, are provided with double tracks of ... The cost of operating all haulages in 1914, during which period a total of ..."
7. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1893)
"Of the twenty separate haulages in operation, eighteen are worked by engines at the surface and two by underground engines. There are nine main and tail ..."
8. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"By using gasoline-engines for the district haulages, however, ... To do these separate haulages, however, electricity or compressed air must be used to ..."