1. the act of storing in tanks
  2. the quantity contained in (or the capacity of) a tank or tanks
  3. the charge for storing something in tanks
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How To Use tankage In A Sentence

  • On top of this were the rooms where they dried the ‘tankage’, the mass of brown stringy stuff that was left after the waste portions of the carcasses had had the lard and tallow dried out of them.
  • In part, there was so much secondary structure and highly inefficient tankage inherent in their design that it would have been impossible to extrapolate that design to a full scale SSTO/RLV. Today's Video: Skylon Mission Animation - NASA Watch
  • The company plans to build 1.1 million barrels of additional tankage in Cushing.
  • Because the Orion had to be so stripped down, the problem caused further issues when it came to the Altair lander which now had to carry propulsion capabilities for purposes other than the critical moon landing phase - which means that dead weight now has to be carried to the surface in the form of excess tankage. Orion Slims Down - NASA Watch
  • The C-69B was to have extra tankage and was intended as a long-range troop transport while the C-69D was to have further improvements over the B.
  • We have more fuel and water tankage than many 40-foot boats.
  • Tankage is not ordinarily fed to dairy cows but during the 1934–35 feeding season many dairymen fed it as a protein supplement because of its relatively low price.
  • To this part of the yards came all the "tankage" and the waste products of all sorts; here they dried out the bones, -- and in suffocating cellars where the daylight never came you might see men and women and children bending over whirling machines and sawing bits of bone into all sorts of shapes, breathing their lungs full of the fine dust, and doomed to die, every one of them, within a certain definite time. The Jungle
  • Design fuel capacity is 356,065 pounds, including a maximum of 238,565 pounds in the standard wing tankage and a maximum of 117,500 pounds stored in seven fuel cells below the main deck.
  • "Our Terminal was originally constructed in the early 1990s with total tankage of two million barrels and has served as the cornerstone of our business over the last 13 years."
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