Craig laid the piece of steel on the dynamometer in the position it had occupied in the safe, and braced it tightly.
dynamometer: with both hands, 84; with right, 54; with left, 43.
The dynamometer car is constructed to indicate the tractive effort of the engine, the speed, and the distance travelled.
This process will serve as a dynamometer to judge of the increase of power.
The machine was tied up to a dynamometer (Fig. 78), and the engines were started with a pressure of about 200 lbs.
dynamometer, an apparatus for measuring the power or rate of working of a machine.
The news soon spread; men rushed from compass to dynamometer.
A dynamometer, or instrument used for ascertaining the amount of useful effect given out by any motive power.
The tests of rotary machines are made by means of a dynamometer (see figure).
The dynamometer is now more powerful in absorbing work than in the form Fig. 3.
dynamometer dy·na·mom·e·ter (dī'nə-mŏm'ĭ-tər)
An instrument for measuring the degree of muscular power. Also called ergometer.