air cushion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tenek yastığı
hava yastığı
air cushion vehicle
hoverkraft
air cushion vehicle
tenek yastıklı taşıt
air cushion vehicle
hava yastıklı taşıt
air cushion vehicle
(Askeri) HAVA YASTIKLI ARAÇ: Yüküyle birlikte ağırlığının tamamının veya büyük bir kısmının, sürekli olarak oluşturulan ve atmosferik basınçtan daha yüksek bir basınca sahip olan bir hava yastığı üzerinde taşınması suretiyle çalışan bir araçtır. (Not: NATO "Ground effect machine" terimini kullanır. )
aircraft cockpit video; air cushion vehicle; armored combat vehicle
(Askeri) uçak kokpit videosu; hava yastıklı araç; zırhlı muharebe aracı
aircushion
havalı amörtisör
aircushion
hava yastık
aircushion
hava yastığı
landing craft air cushion
(Askeri) hava yastıklı çıkarma aracı
landing craft air cushion departure point
(Askeri) hava yastıklı çıkarma aracı çıkış noktası
landing craft air cushion launch area
(Askeri) hava yastıklı çıkarma aracı fırlatma bölgesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
a layer of trapped air that supports a hovercraft
a shock absorber that uses an air chamber
a rubber or plastic inflatable cushion
a cushion usually made of rubber or plastic that can be inflated
a cushion usually made of rubber or plastic that can be inflated a mechanical device using confined air to absorb the shock of motion the trapped air that supports a hovercraft a short distance above the water or ground
the trapped air that supports a hovercraft a short distance above the water or ground
a mechanical device using confined air to absorb the shock of motion
air bag, inflatable cushion; pocket of air forced down to support a hydrofoil
air-cushion vehicle
or hovercraft Vehicle supported above the surface of land or water by an air cushion, produced by downwardly directed fans, enclosed within a flexible skirt beneath the hull. The concept was first proposed by John Thornycroft in the 1870s, but a working model was not produced until 1955, when Christopher Cockerell solved the problem of keeping the air cushion from escaping from under the vehicle, and formed Hovercraft Ltd. to manufacture prototypes. Problems with skirt design and engine maintenance have restricted the vehicle's commercial application; today hovercraft are used mainly as ferries
air cushion