pulsator


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pul·sa·tor

 (pŭl′sā′tər, pŭl-sā′-)
n.
A pulsating device or machine.

pulsator

(pʌlˈseɪtə)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) a device that stimulates rhythmic motion of a body; a vibrator
2. (Mechanical Engineering) any pulsating machine, device, or part
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The coach was excited by forces to upper frame and forces from three pistons of hydrodynamic pulsator.
The star was a high-amplitude pulsator until right before the observing run started, when it mysteriously became a small-amplitude pulsator.
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