Definition of Telpherage. Meaning of Telpherage. Synonyms of Telpherage

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Definition of Telpherage

Telpherage
Telpherage Tel"pher*age, n. (Elec.) Specif., electric transportation of goods by means of carriages suspended on overhead conductors, as of wire, the power being conveyed to the motor carriage by the wires on which it runs. Telpherage and telpher are sometimes applied to such systems in which the motive power is not electricity.
Telpherage
Telpherage Tel"pher*age, n. The conveyance of vehicles or loads by means of electricity. --Fleeming Jenkin.

Meaning of Telpherage from wikipedia

- called telpherage. Smaller telpherage systems are sometimes used to transport objects such as tools or mail within a building or factory. The telpherage concept...
- his versatility. Known to the world as the inventor of the cable car or telpherage, he was an electrician and cable engineer, economist, lecturer, linguist...
- hypodermic syringe (Alexander Wood), the kaleidoscope (David Brewster), the telpherage (Fleeming Jenkin), the vacuum flask (James Dewar), the ATM (John Shepherd-Barron)...
- end of the station, first by a telpherage line, then by a tramway. The Glynde telpherage line was built by the Telpherage Company and was opened on Sa****ay...
- James Jardine, civil engineer Fleeming Jenkin, engineer, inventor of telpherage Mujahid Kamran, theoretical physicist and the current vice-chancellor...
- applied to the first large scale telpherage system for the Sus**** Portland Cement Company at Glynde in 1885. The telpherage system, had originally been tested...
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