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Definition of Pneumatical
Pneumatic Pneu*mat"ic, Pneumatical Pneu*mat"ic*al, a.
Adapted for containing compressed air; inflated with air; as,
a pneumatic cushion; a pneumatic tire, a tire formed of an
annular tube of flexible fabric, as India rubber, suitable
for being inflated with air.
PneumaticalPneumatic Pneu*mat"ic, Pneumatical Pneu*mat"ic*al, a. [L.
pneumaticus, Gr. ?, fr. ?, ?, wind, air, ? to blow, breathe;
cf. OHG. fnehan: cf. F. pneumatique. Cf. Pneumonia.]
1. Consisting of, or resembling, air; having the properties
of an elastic fluid; gaseous; opposed to dense or solid.
The pneumatical substance being, in some bodies, the
native spirit of the body. --Bacon.
2. Of or pertaining to air, or to elastic fluids or their
properties; pertaining to pneumatics; as, pneumatic
experiments. ``Pneumatical discoveries.' --Stewart.
3. Moved or worked by pressure or flow of air; as, a
pneumatic instrument; a pneumatic engine.
4. (Biol.) Fitted to contain air; Having cavities filled with
air; as, pneumatic cells; pneumatic bones.
Pneumatic action, or Pneumatic lever (Mus.), a
contrivance for overcoming the resistance of the keys and
other movable parts in an organ, by causing compressed air
from the wind chest to move them.
Pneumatic dispatch, a system of tubes, leading to various
points, through which letters, packages, etc., are sent,
by the flow and pressure of air.
Pneumatic elevator, a hoisting machine worked by compressed
Pneumatic pile, a tubular pile or cylinder of large
diameter sunk by atmospheric pressure.
Pneumatic pump, an air-exhausting or forcing pump.
Pneumatic railway. See Atmospheric railway, under
Pneumatic syringe, a stout tube closed at one end, and
provided with a piston, for showing that the heat produced
by compressing a gas will ignite substances.
Pneumatic trough, a trough, generally made of wood or sheet
metal, having a perforated shelf, and used, when filled
with water or mercury, for collecting gases in chemical
Pneumatic tube. See Pneumatic dispatch, above.
Meaning of Pneumatical from wikipedia
- Electro-pneumatic action
Tubular-pneumatic action Player piano Pneumatic actuator Pneumatic
air guns Pneumatic bladder Pneumatic cylinder Pneumatic
- Pneumatic tubes
pipelines, also known
or PTT) are systems
that propel cylindrical containers through networks
- Skeletal pneumaticity
is the presence
of air spaces within
bones. It is generally produced during development
of bone by pneumatic
- Pneumatic hammer
to: Air hammer
(fabrication), a pneumatic
hand tool Jackhammer, a pneumatically driven
tool used to break
up rock and pavement...
- A pneumatic control valve actuator converts energy
(typically in the form of compressed
air) into mechanical
motion. The motion
can be rotary
- A pneumatic gripper
is a specific
type of pneumatic actuator
that typically involves either parallel
or angular motion
of surfaces, A.K.A. “tooling jaws...
- A pneumatic
tool, air tool, air-powered tool or pneumatic
-powered tool is a type of power
by an air compressor...
- A pneumatic filter
is a device which removes contaminants
from a compressed
air stream. This can be done using
. The LEGO pneumatics components
were first introduced
as part of the LEGO Technic range
in 1984. Since their
introduction, LEGO pneumatics
wear and tear. Early rubber tires
). Pneumatic tires
are used on many types
of vehicles, including
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