Origin of steam turbine
Related formssteam-tur·bine, adjective
Examples from the Web for steam turbine
The opposite extreme is found in alternators directly coupled to the Parsons steam-turbine, in which, with a speed of 3000 revs.
The steam-turbine and the twin-screw propeller have made rapid ocean travel possible.
After nearly a century of experimenting and after many failures there was at last developed an engine known as the steam-turbine.Stories of Useful Inventions|Samuel Eagle Foreman
The propeller is caused to revolve by a steam-engine, steam-turbine, or gasolene-engine, as shown in Fig. 35 .Boys' Book of Model Boats|Raymond Francis Yates
One of the great inventions relating to steam-power is the steam-turbine.