turbomachinery

noun

tur·​bo·​ma·​chin·​ery ˌtər-bō-mə-ˈshēn-rē How to pronounce turbomachinery (audio)
-ˈshē-nə-
: machinery consisting of, incorporating, or constituting a turbine

Examples of turbomachinery in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Some turbomachinery already benefits from this knowledge. Manasee Wagh, Popular Mechanics, 11 Mar. 2022 Researchers are using biomimicry to design quieter turbomachinery, airplanes, and drones. Manasee Wagh, Popular Mechanics, 11 Mar. 2022 On October 2, the launch of a new Falcon 9 rocket was scrubbed at T-2 seconds due to a turbomachinery issue, and the GPS III payload remains on the ground. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, 23 Oct. 2020 In a statement, Baker Hughes CEO Lorenzo Simonelli said the company delivered a solid quarter based on contract wins from it turbomachinery and oilfield equipment divisions as well as improved margin from its oilfield services division. Sergio Chapa, Houston Chronicle, 30 Oct. 2019 What is more, Baker Hughes’s particular exposure to the oil and gas business is picking up steam later in the cycle than rivals given its turbomachinery expertise. Spencer Jakab, WSJ, 4 Oct. 2018 But but its equipment sales and turbomachinery businesses were down. Jordan Blum, Houston Chronicle, 24 Jan. 2018 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1947, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of turbomachinery was in 1947

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“Turbomachinery.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/turbomachinery. Accessed 24 Feb. 2024.

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