angular

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İngilizce - Türkçe
açılı
bir deri bir kemik
{s} açısal

Bu açısal momentin korumasından dolayıdır. - This is due to conservation of angular momentum.

{s} mat., fiz. açısal
{s} çöp gibi (Argo)
zayıf
arkadaşlık kurması zor
davranışları rahat olmayan
kemikleri belirgin
zarafetten yoksun
anguler
köşeli
sivri
(Mimarlık) köşe değgin
angular velocity açısal sürat
zaviyeli
{s} soğuk
bir deri bir kemik davranışları rahat olmayan zarafetten yoksun
angular measure açı ölçüsü angular motion deveran dönme
zaviye ile ölçülen
{s} sevimsiz
zay
{s} kemikleri sayılan
çöp gibi
kemikli
angular acceleriton
(Kimya) açısal ivme
angular aggregate
(İnşaat) kırmataş
angular aggregate
(İnşaat) köşeli agrega
angular bracket
(Bilgisayar) açılı parantez
angular contact bearing
(Askeri) eğik bilyalı yatak
angular difference
açısal fark
angular distance
(Fizik,Teknik) açısal uzaklık
angular distance
açısal mesafe
angular error
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal hata
angular modulation
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal kiplenim
angular motion
(Havacılık) açısal hareket
angular motion
deveran
angular resolution
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal çözünürlük
angular spacing
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal aralık
angular travel
açısal yer değişimi
angular travel method
(Askeri) açısal hız usulü
angular travel method
açısal yer değişim usulü
angular velocity
açısal sürat
angular acceleration
açısal ivme
angular advance
açısal avans
angular aggregate
köşeli agregat
angular aperture
açısal açıklık
angular contact
açısal temas
angular contact bearing
açısal temaslı yatak
angular cutter
köşeli freze
angular diameter
açısal çap
angular displacement
açısal yer değiştirme
angular distribution
açısal dağılım
angular frequency
açısal frekans
angular height
açısal yukseklik
angular impulse
açısal impuls
angular joints
açısal eklemler
angular measure
açısal ölçü
angular momentum
açısal moment
angular momentum operator
açısal moment operatörü
angular motion
dönme
angular polarization
açısal polarizasyon
angular rotation
açısal dönme
angular shape
köşeli şekil
angular speed
açısal hız
angular unconformity
açısal uyumsuzluk
angular velocity
açısal hız
angular ball bearing
açısal rulman
angular correlation
açısal korelasyon
angular deviation
açısal sapma
angular dispersion
açısal ayrılma
angular measurements include
açısal ölçümleri içeren
angular momentum
açısal momentum
angular position
açısal konumu
angular rate
bir cismin bir eksen çevresinde dönme ya da dolanma hızı ya da iki cismin konumları arasındaki açısal farkın değişme hızı

assuming that the angular rates are constant.

angular vein
açısal ven
angular accelerometer
(Havacılık) açısal akselerometre
angular ball bearing
(Otomotiv) açısal bilyeli rulman
angular ball bearing
(Otomotiv) açısal bilyalı rulman
angular correlation
(Nükleer Bilimler) açısal bağıntı
angular cross section
(Nükleer Bilimler) açısal tesir kesiti
angular deformation
açısal biçim değiştirme
angular deformation
açısal deformasyon
angular difference
acisal fark
angular displacement
(Fizik) açısal yerdeğiştirme
angular distance
(Askeri) AÇISAL MESAFE: İki nokta arasındaki genişliğin açı cinsinden ifadesi
angular distortion
(Jeoloji) açısal çarpılma
angular error
acisal hata
angular frequency
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açısal sıklık
angular height
(Askeri) AÇISAL YÜKSEKLİK: Yatay hat ile, bir gözcü veya silahtan, herhangi bir noktaya çizilen hat arasındaki düşey açı
angular height
açısal yükseklik
angular impulse
açısal impals
angular impulse
açısal itki
angular lever
eğik kol
angular magnitude
açısal büyüklük
angular measure
açısal ölçüm
angular modulation
acisal kiplenim
angular momentum
açısal devinirlik
angular parallax
(Askeri) AÇISAL PARALAKS: Grid kuzeyi ile coğrafi kuzey arasındaki açı. Bu açı, gridin standart meridyenden uzaklaşması oranında büyür
angular parallax
açısal paralaks
angular particle
köşeli tanecik
angular point
(Mimarlık) açı tepesi
angular polarization
açısal polarma
angular resolution
acisal cozunurluk
angular rotation
açısal rotasyon
angular sand
dişli kum
angular sand
açılı kum
angular spacing
acisal aralik
angular speed
(Askeri) AÇISAL HIZ: Bak. "angular velocity"
angular spreading
(Askeri) açısal yayılım
angular spreading method
(Askeri) açısal yayılım metodu
angular transmission
açısal iletim
angular travel
(Askeri) AÇISAL YER DEĞİŞİMİ: Hareket halindeki bir hedef tarafından, belirli bir zamanda katedilen açısal mesafe. Bu mesafe; açısal hızın hedef seyir süresi ile çarpımına eşittir. Açısal yer değişimi, hedefin seyir süresi sırasında gözetleme noktasındaki açının değişmesiyle ölçülür
angular travel method
(Askeri) AÇISAL YER DEĞİŞİM USULÜ; AÇISAL HIZ USULÜ: Hedefin, yan ve yükseklik bakımından açısal yer değişim hızına dayanarak atış esaslarını hesaplama metodu. Ayrıca bakınız: " linear travel method"
angular unconformity
(Coğrafya,Teknik) açısal diskordans
angular unit method
(Askeri) açısal birim metodu
angular unit method
(Askeri) AÇISAL BİRİM METODU: Bir yan gözetleyicisi tarafından elde edilen milyem cinsinden sapmanın komuta aletine tatbiki için, yarda cinsinden yükseklik düzeltmesine çevrilmesi suretiyle, hava savunma topçu ateşini tanzim usulü
angular variability
(Askeri) açısal değişkenlik
angular variability
(Askeri) AÇISAL DEĞİŞKENLİK: Rüzgar bünyesindeki akım değişiklik oranının bir tahmini
angular velocity
(Askeri) AÇISAL HIZ: Hareket halindeki bir hedefin, yan ve yükseklik bakımından açısal durumundaki değişiklik oranına nazaran, gözetleme noktasında ölçülen hızı
angular velocity sensitivity
(Havacılık) açısal hız duyarlığı
angular velocity sight
(Askeri) AÇISAL HIZ NİŞANGAHI: bkz: "bomba sighting systems"
angular velocity sight
(Askeri) açısal hız nişangahı
angular volute
(Mimarlık) köşe kıvrımı
angular welding
(Mimarlık) gönyeburun kaynak
orbital angular momentum
açısal momentum, yörünge açısal momenti
angularly
sivri bir halde
angularly
kemikli sayılır halde
angularly
sevimsiz bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Lean; lank; raw-boned; ungraceful; sharp and stiff in character; as, remarkably angular in his habits and appearance; an angular female
Relating to an angle or to angles; having an angle or angles; forming an angle or corner; sharp-cornered; pointed; as, an angular figure
Measured by an angle; as, angular distance
A bone in the base of the lower jaw of many birds, reptiles, and fishes
sharp-cornered
{a} having corners, hooked
A melody that contains many leaps of wide intervals, or one that changes direction often and in unexpected places
having a bony structure
The wedge shape seen in the body conformation of some dairy cows
Pertaining to the Angles Angular houses are generally the strongest and angular planets must be especially noted
measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle; "angular momentum"
A fancy word for rotation or rotational
(1) having an angle or angles (2) consisting of, situated at, or forming an angle (3) of, pertaining to, or measured by an angle
having angles or an angular shape
The total effect of dominant, tart-edged flavors and taste impressions in many young dry wines Has opposite meaning to round, soft or supple
a shape with sharp, pronounced edges Brittle - breaks under stress
Having angles or sharp corners; generally used in reference to stems, as contrasted with round stems
The total effect of dominant, tart-edged flavours and taste impressions in many young dry wines Has opposite meaning to round, soft or supple
{s} pointed; having angles; bony; stiff
Angular things have shapes that seem to contain a lot of straight lines and sharp points. He had an angular face with prominent cheekbones
having angles or an angular shape measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle; "angular momentum
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angular acceleration
The rate of change of angular velocity, often represented by α
angular frequency
A scalar measure of rate of rotation
angular mil
A unit of angular measurement equal to 1/6400 of a complete circle. At 1000 metres one mil subtends about one metre (~0,98 m). Also 1/6000 and 1/6300 are used in other countries
angular momentum
The vector product that describes the rotary inertia of a system about an axis and is conserved in a closed system. For an isolated rigid body, it is a measure of the extent to which an object will continue to rotate in the absence of an applied torque
angular velocities
plural form of angular velocity
angular velocity
The angle turned, in a given time, by a body rotating about an axis; the rate of rotation through an angle
angular-nodulose
Used to describe spores which are angular and have prominent bumps or growths protruding at the angles
angular-tubercate
Used to describe spores which are angular and have small bumps or growths protruding at the angles
angular frequency
The frequency of a steadily recurring phenomenon expressed in radians per second. A frequency in hertz can be converted to an angular frequency by multiplying it by 2p
angular acceleration
The rate at which angular velocity is changing
angular acceleration
The change in the instantaneous angular velocity divided by the time over which the change occurs
angular acceleration
The rate of change of angular velocity with respect to time
angular acceleration
The time rate of change of angular velocity
angular artery
the terminal branch of the facial artery
angular bracket
one of two signs used to enclose a word (i.e. ( ) )
angular distance
the angular separation between two objects as perceived by an observer; "he recorded angular distances between the stars
angular field
angle between a camera and an object, angle from which a picture is taken
angular momentum
the energy of motion of a spinning body or mass of air or water
angular momentum
Measure of the quantity of rotation possessed by a spinning body about an axis or external point
angular momentum
Any object spinning or orbiting about a point carries angular momentum This is basically related to the size and mass of the object As spinning objects contract, they must spin faster to conserve angular momentum, or else fragment in order to share the momentum among the different parts This is significant in astronomy in causing stars forming out of slowly rotating clouds to form as pairs or multiples or to form planets as the Sun did In the Solar system, while the Sun contains 1000 times as much mass as all the planets combined, the planets account for 99 7% of the angular momentum It is believed that the rapid spin rates of neutron stars are a result of the need to conserve angular momentum
angular momentum
a vector quantity given by the vector product of the momentum of a particle and its position vector In the absence of external forces, the angular momentum remains constant, with the result that any rotating body tends to maintain the same axis of rotation When a torque is applied to a rotating body, the resulting change in angular momentum results in precession Atomic nuclei posses an intrinsic angular momentum referred to as spin, measured in multiples of Planck’s constant
angular momentum
For a particle in a spherical orbit, the product of the mass of the particle times its velocity times the radiums of the orbit: mvr
angular momentum
Rotating momentum, as shown, for example, in Earth's daily rotation around its axis
angular momentum
Product of the moment of inertia of a body and its angular velocity
angular momentum
rotational analogue of momentum, in units of mass*length2/time (see rotational kinematics)
angular momentum
The product of mass times the perpendicular distance from the axis of rotation times the rotation velocity The angular momentum about the Earth's axis of rotation can be expressed as the sum of the angular momentum of the solid Earth's rotation plus the angular momentum of zonal air motion relative to the surface of the Earth Were this quantity to be absolutely conserved, a parcel of air with the angular momentum of the Earth's surface at the Equator would have a westerly zonal wind speed of 134 m/s at 30° latitude See Hartmann (1994)
angular momentum
The measure of a body's tendency to continue rotating about its axis
angular momentum
(see momentum, angular)
angular momentum
A measure of the momentum associated with motion about an axis or fixed point
angular momentum
A vector quantity with magnitude equal to the mass moment of inertia times the angular velocity; describes the ability of a rotating or orbiting object to resist forces that would tend to change the rotation rate (16 0K)
angular momentum
Defined by the equation L = r x mv; in a circle we have the simple form L = mvr
angular momentum
A vector quantity defined relative to a rotation axis and defined as the product of an object's moment of inertia and its angular velocity
angular momentum
The momentum of a body associated with its rotation or revolution For a body in a circular orbit, angular momentum is the product of orbital distance, orbital speed, and mass When two bodies collide or interact, angular momentum is conserved
angular momentum
A measure of an object's rotation about a particular axis; more specifically, the product of its rotational inertia and rotational velocity For an object that is small compared to the radial distance, it is the product of mass speed, and radial distance of rotation Angular Momentum = rotational inertia x rotational velocity (mvr)
angular momentum
For a particle in a spherical orbit, the product of the mass of the particle times its velocity times the radius of the orbit
angular momentum
a measure of the amount of spin or orbital motion an object has It is proportional to the mass of the object multiplied by its radius multiplied by its spin or orbital speed
angular momentum
or moment of momentum the product of the tangential momentum of a body and its radial distance from the axis of rotation
angular momentum
The product of the rotational inertia of a body and its angular velocity
angular momentum
A measure of the tendency of a rotating body to continue rotating Mathematically, the product of mass, velocity, and radius
angular momentum
A quantity obtained by multiplying the mass of an orbiting body by its velocity and the radius of its orbit According to the conservation laws of physics, the angular momentum of any orbiting body must remain constant at all points in the orbit Thus planets in elliptical orbits travel faster when they are closest to the Sun, and more slowly when farthest from the Sun A spinning body also possesses spin angular momentum
angular momentum
Property that describes the rotary inertia of a system in motion about an axis. It is a vector quantity, having both magnitude and direction. The magnitude of the angular momentum of an object is the product of its linear momentum (mass m velocity v) and the perpendicular distance r from the centre of rotation, or mvr. The direction is that of the axis of rotation. The angular momentum of an isolated system is constant. This means that a rigid spinning object continues to spin at a constant rate unless acted upon by an external torque. A spinning gyroscope in an airplane remains fixed in its orientation, independent of the airplane's motion, because of the conservation of direction as well as magnitude
angular momentum
quantity that is the measure of the intensity of rotational motion (Physics)
angular momentum
there are basically four methods of producing it
angular momentum
the product of the momentum of a rotating body and its distance from the axis of rotation; "any rotating body has an angular momentum about its center of mass"; "angular momentum makes the world go round
angular momentum
Product of rotational inertia and rotational velocity
angular position
relation by which any position with respect to any other position is established
angular shape
a shape having one or more sharp angles
angular unit
a unit of measurement for angles
angular vein
a short vein formed by the supraorbital vein and the supratrochlear vein and continuing as the facial vein
angular velocity
Spin or revolutions put on the ball by the bowler (See also: Rotational energy)
angular velocity
The rate of rotation of a particle about the axis of rotation, with magnitude equal to the time rate of angular displacement of any point of the body Angular velocity is a vector oriented in accordance with a right-hand rotation (i e , when the fingers of the right hand are curved in the sense of rotation, the thumb points in the direction of the angular velocity vector)
angular velocity
The change in the central angle with respect to time as an object moves along a circular path (Lesson 7 7)
angular velocity
A vector quantity whose magnitude is its speed of rotation (radians/second) and whose direction is defined by the axis of rotation
angular velocity
the rate of turning of a body about an axis expressed in angle turned per unit
angular velocity
angular displacement divided by elapsed time during which the displacement occurs
angular velocity
The rate at which a body rotates as expressed by an angular change of position per unit time
angular velocity
The angular displacement divided by the time over which the displacement occurs; direction given by a right-hand rule
angular velocity
The time rate of change of angular displacement
angular velocity
n. The rate of change of angular displacement with respect to time
angular velocity
rate of change of angular displacement
-angular
-angle + -ar
Constant Angular Velocity
CAV, revolution speed of a hard disk that does not change according to the location of data on the disk (as opposed to CLV in which the speed is faster on the inner tracks)
angularly
in angular form; stiffly
angularly
In an angular manner; with of at angles or corners
angularly
In a angular manner
angular