water-level control

water-level control

A control used to maintain the water level in a boiler to reasonably close limits; use of the control makes it unnecessary to add large quantities of replacement water at any one time.
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Baloran assured that these areas have been installed with early warning devices such sirens and water-level control gates.
Feng, "Water-level control for the U-tube steam generator of nuclear power plants based on output feedback dissipation", IEEE Trans.
Chaundhry, "Water-level control in hydropower plants," Journal of Energy Engineering, vol.
Auburn decided that instead of restoring the sluice gates for water-level control, a much cheaper stop-log assembly would be installed.
* If the washing machine has a water-level control, adjust it to the laundry load size.
An automatic water-level control structure is placed in the tile line and is used to raise or lower the water table based on the time of year and the needs of the producer and crops.
Additional features include a variable water-level control; fabric-softener dispenser in the post; bleach dispenser; instructions in the lid; safety lid lock; self-cleaning lint filter, and cascade water-fill system.
Sizing tools include a screw adjustment of the undercut to compensate for wear, micrometer side-to-side "bow control" to keep the profile straight, and simple water-level control via a slide gate to keep hands dry.