Definition of Tractional

1. a. Of or relating to traction.



Definition of Tractional

1. Adjective. Of, pertaining to, or caused by traction ¹

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Definition of Tractional

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tractional

tractably
tractate
tractates
tracted
tractellum
tractile
tractility
tracting
traction
traction alopecia
traction atrophy
traction diverticulum
traction engine
traction engines
traction epiphysis
tractional (current term)
tractionally
tractioneer
tractioneers
tractionless
tractions
tractive
tractiveness
tractography
tractor
tractor-trailer
tractor-trailers
tractor beam
tractor beams
tractor out

Literary usage of Tractional

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1. Experimental Electrical Engineering and Manual for Electrical Testing for by Vladimir Karapetoff (1922)
"... in publishing results of work of the highest precision it is desirable to specify the method of measurement tractional METHOD 183. Thompson Permeameter. ..."

2. Elementary Mechanics for Engineering Students by Francis M. Hartmann (1910)
"Modulus of tractional Elasticity. If a body of cross section A, and length i, is subjected to a stress 5 tending to compress or elongate it, then, ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"and Dixon and Joly - have pointed out that the force of imbibition, or the surface tension forces, as the case may be, can exert a tractional effect on the ..."

4. Electrical Measurements: A Laboratory Manual by Henry Smith Carhart, George Washington Patterson (1900)
"In the course of the experiments made upon it £6 was measured by both the ballistic and tractional methods. When the armature was in contact the results ..."

5. Elements of Mechanical Philosophy: For the Use of the Junior Students of the by William Barton Rogers (1852)
"The tractional force necessary to balance the friction will, in each direction in which it may be applied, be measured by a line drawn from W to the fixed ..."

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