The water in the gasometer need not be renewed; but merely so much of it as evaporates or leaks out, is to be replaced.
The capacity of the gasometer here is equal to 15928 cubic feet.
The acetylene formed is disengaged and enters the gasometer.
The carriage then passed the gasometer, and rapidly bent into the street leading to the Villa Glori.
The Towers are not tall, but are low in proportion to their circumference, like a gasometer.
The internal vessel is provided at the bottom with a discharge pipe communicating, through a cock, with the gasometer.
From the direction of the gasometer came the dull sound of an explosion.
The disengaged acetylene enters the gasometer, B, through the pipe, D.
They had disconnected the gas at the gasometer and cut the electric wires, and the city was plunged in darkness.
It is well to use salt water for the gasometer, as acetylene is but slightly soluble therein.
gasometer gas·om·e·ter (gā-sŏm'ĭ-tər)
An apparatus for measuring gases.