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increaser

[in′krēs·ər]
(engineering)
An adapter for connecting a small-diameter pipe to a larger-diameter pipe.

increaser

In plumbing, a tapered coupling for joining a pipe or conduit to another of larger size.
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Four distinct groups of adolescents were identified with regard to educational aspirations and expectations: a stable-high group, an increaser group, a decreaser group, and a stable-low group.
An example of simulation for the speed increaser multiplication ratio and efficiency is presented in Fig.
The system allows monitoring the input and output parameters for the assembly and, also, for the speed increaser.
When speed increasers are installed between the motor and compressor, the losses associated with these components diminish the overall system efficiency.
Surveys should aim to determine what proportion of regional biodiversity can be identified as decreaser species, what makes particular species increasers or decreasers, and to what extent this is influenced by variation in landscapes.
An aggregate composed from a turbine, the analyzed planetary speed increaser and a generator is considered for the dynamic simulations.
2006), considering the planetary chain increaser from Fig.
a Recent studies havea suggested the UK marker t is slowlo yl picking c up, helped by UK goveo rnment initiativei ssuchc as Funding for Lending, whichc givei slenders r access to cheap finance, an increaser in mortgage availability,y and lendersr arer evenv slashing their rates.
Chemicals used as quantity increasers for these drugs highly affect the brain development of an individual.
Voith was heavily involved in the project, as Voith Hydro supplied two Kaplan turbines and automation equipment, while Voith Turbo provided the speed increasers.
We've seen cash come back, which has been encouraging for us," said Coady, "We've seen again, among increasers, companies giving more cash, and that can be from the corporate side or foundation side.

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