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Synonyms for accumulator

a person who is employed to collect payments (as for rent or taxes)

(computer science) a register that has a built-in adder that adds an input number to the contents of the register

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The newly developed low-pressure accumulators consist of a housing, cover, and aluminum piston.
The key players in the Oil and Gas Accumulators market include, Technetics, GE Oil & Gas, Bolenz & Schafer GMBH, Bosch Rexroth USA, Eaton Corporation, Parker Hannifin Corp.
The Global Oil and Gas Accumulator market can be segmented into three application segments: BOP, Offshore Drilling Rigs, and Mud Pumps.
And the more selections you put in an accumulator the more likely it becomes that any mistakes a bookmaker has made will be cancelled out - and cancelled out many times over - by all the mistakes they have not made.
The 12-employee Steelhead Composites is currently making accumulators for Lightning Hybrids, and recently expanded into battery accumulators.
He placed 1p accumulator bets using combinations of four, five, six and eight of the 11 selections.
A modern hydraulic system consists of many elements, such as hydraulic pumps, motors, distributors, valves, hydraulic accumulators, filters, hydraulic axes, etc.
Alternatively, piston accumulators offer extremely high flow rates, a wide operating temperature range, high compression ratios (up to 10:1) and resistance to external forces.
ZAZ and Bogdan are the biggest customers of our accumulators.
New control software synchronizes filling and emptying of two accumulators on a two-sided industrial blow molder.
Abstract: The present describes the mathematical models necessary for the calculus and the simulation of hydraulic systems that use accumulators.
Legislation emanating from the European Commission is set to bring changes to the UK battery industry, the main one being a directive with the snappy title Batteries and Accumulators and Waste Batteries and Accumulators, more commonly known as the Batteries Directive.
Used batteries and accumulators will henceforth be subject to selective collection and recycling.
In the first-generation test vehicle that will be delivered to UPS by the end of this year, the primary hydraulic components consist of two high-pressure accumulators, two low-pressure accumulators, and one integrated rear-drive hydraulic pump-motor assembly.
DW-series slow-speed shredders are equipped with anywhere from two to four accumulators on the comb, depending on the model, according to the Haslett, Mich.