a casing, as on the cylinder of a steam engine, filled with live steam to keep the interior hot.
(engineering) a jacket containing steam that surrounds and heats a cylinder
noun 1. water in the form of an invisible gas or vapor. 2. water changed to this form by boiling, extensively used for the generation of mechanical power, for heating purposes, etc. 3. the mist formed when the gas or vapor from boiling water condenses in the air. 4. an exhalation of a vapor or […]
noun 1. a locomotive moved by steam power generated in its own boiler: still in commercial use in nations that have not yet converted entirely to diesel and electric locomotives.
noun 1. calliope (def 1). noun 1. a type of organ powered by steam, once common at fairgrounds, in which the pipes are sounded either by a keyboard or in a sequence determined by a moving punched card US name calliope
noun 1. a pipe for conveying steam from a boiler.