annealing

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} sertleştir
tavlama
(Mühendislik) normalleştirme tavı, menevişleme
PCR'da DNA'ların çoğaltılması aşamasında kullanılan termo cycle'da ki birinc,i aşama. Bu aşamada primerların ortamda bulunan hedef DNA kompenenti ile birleşme ve tekrar ayrıştırma olayı
sertlik verme
(sıcaklık muamelesi ile) tavlamak
annealing furnace
tavlama fırını
annealing temperature
tavlama sıcaklığı
annealing lehr
Tavlama fırını
annealing oven
tavlama fırını
anneal
sertleştirmek
anneal
tav vermek
anneal
(Diş Hekimliği) Metali özelliğine göre ısıtıp soğutarak sertliğini alma
anneal
{f} tavlamak [met.]
anneal
yakmak
anneal
tutuşturmak
anneal
tavlamak metal
anneal
sertleştir
anneal
tavlamak
anneal
yumuşatmak
blue annealing
mavi tavlama
coil annealing furnace
kapaklı tavlama fırını
continuous annealing
sürekli tavlama
hydrogen annealing
hidrojenli tavlama
intermediate annealing
ara tavlama
isothermal annealing
izotermal tavlama
lead annealing
kurşunda tavlama
lead bath annealing
kurşun banyosunda tavlama
magnetic annealing
mıknatıslı tavlama
anneal
sertlestir
anneal
tavla
box annealing
kutu fırında tavlama
bright annealing
parlak tavlama
full annealing
tam tavlama
pack annealing
dolgulu tavlama
soft annealing
yumuşak tavlama
stress relief annealing
gerilim giderme tavlamasi
subcritical annealing
alt kritik tavlama, altdönüsül tavlama
anneal
annealing oven tavlama fırım
anneal
soğut
anneal
kızdırdıktan sonra yavaş yavaş soğutarak yumuşatmak
batch annealing
batch tavlama
bright annealing
(Havacılık) parlak ısıl işleme
flame annealing
alazlı tavlama
flame annealing
alevli tavlama
funnel annealing
boru tavlama
simulated annealing
benzetimli tavlama
torch annealing
üfleçle tavlama
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The act of heating solid metal or glass to high temperatures and cooling it slowly so that its particles arrange into a defined lattice

Without annealing, the quality of our metal products will diminish.

Present participle of anneal
A process of controlled heating followed by gradual cooling to relieve mechanical stresses Annealing copper makes it more pliable
The process of slowly cooling a completed object in an auxiliary part of the glass furnace, or in a separate furnace This is an integral part of glassmaking because if a hot glass object is allowed to cool too quickly, it will be highly strained by the time it reaches room temperature; indeed, it may break as it cools Highly strained glasses break easily if subjected to mechanical or thermal shock See Lehr
A process involving high-temperature heating and cooling of the as-rolled cold rolled steel substrate to make it softer and more formable
a generic term used to denote a heat treatment wherein the microstructrure and, consequently, the properties of a material are altered Frequently, refers to heat treatment whereby a cold-worked metal is softened by allowing it to recrystallize
the tempering of glass or metals by heat Can also be used as a treatment for thin films to give them the desired properties
Annealing is the process of heating a metal and then cooling it to make it more workable As metal is worked (hammered, rolled, etc ), stresses make the metal brittle (the metal molecules are pulled into random structures during the working) Annealing the metal make the metal re-crystallize, putting the molecules in an orderly structure The temperature (and amount of time it takes) for annealing a metal depends on what metal or alloy it is Large pieces are annealed in an annealing oven; small pieces are annealed using a blow-torch
Heating steel to, and holding at a suitable temperature, followed by relatively slow cooling The purpose of annealing may be to remove stresses, to soften the steel, to improve machinablility, to improve cold working properties, or to obtain a desired structure
The process of heating a glass object to release the strain introduced in the forming process
In the manufacturing of float glass, it is the process of controlled cooling done in a lehr to prevent residual stresses in the glass Re-annealing is the process of removing objectionable stresses in glass by re-heating to a suitable temperature followed by controlled cooling
The process of heating up coin planchets, just prior to striking in order to make them soft and thus receive a better impression of the design This process today is now accomplished by advanced machinery In ancient times the mint would anneal the planchets by holding them in a pair tongs over a charcoal fire
hardening something by heat treatment
A comprehensive term used to describe the heating and cooling cycle of steel in the solid state The term annealing usually implies relatively slow cooling In annealing, the temperature of the operation, the rate of heating and cooling, and the time the metal is held at heat depend upon the composition, shape, and size of the steel product being treated, and the purpose of the treatment The more important purposes for which steel is annealed are as follows: to remove stresses; to induce softness; to alter ductility, toughness, electric, magnetic, or other physical and mechanical properties; to change the crystalline structure; to remove gases; and to produce a definite microstructure
refers to the process of heating silver during manufacture in order to restore its malleability and to strengthen the metal, which becomes brittle with hammering
To heat above the critical or re-crystallization temperature, then controlled cooling metal, glass or other materials to eliminate the effects of cold-working, relieve internal stresses or improve strength, ductility or other properties
1 Heating and then cooling metals in a controlled atmosphere to soften them 2 A process involving heating and cooling usually applied to induce softening In box annealing, the material to be annealed is enclosed in a metal container with, or without packing material to minimize oxidation The charge is usually heated slowly to a temperature just below the transformation range, but sometimes just above, or within it, and cooled slowly
The heating of a die or planchet to soften the metal before preparation of the die or striking of the coin
Heating to and holding at a suitable temperature and then cooling at a suitable rate, for such purposes as reducing hardness, improving machinability, facilitating cold working, producing a desired microstructure, or obtaining desired mechanical, physical, or other properties When applied to nonferrous alloys, the term annealing implies a heat treatment designed to soften an age-hardened alloy by causing a nearly complete precipitation of the second phase in relatively coarse form Any process of annealing will usually reduce stresses, but if the treatment is applied for the sole purpose of such relief, it should be designated stress relieving
A process whereby the paperweight is cooled very slowly to prevent it cracking This usually takes place in a large annealing oven with the paperweights passing through different temperature regions on a conveyor Arrow Cane A cane found of Baccarat paperweights made during the Classic Period Aventurine Usually a gold colour, but can be red or green or blue, according to what metallic particles are added to the mixture Also known as Goldstone Back to Top
The process of heating a device or material in order to repair damage to the crystal lattice or activate dopant atoms
A thermal treatment to eliminate work hardening and solution heat-treatment hardening of a metal by raising it to an elevated temperature and slow cooling to obtain the lowest strength and highest ductility
A heat or thermal treatment process by which a previously cold-rolled steel coil is made more suitable for forming and bending The steel sheet is heated to a designated temperature for a sufficient amount of time and then cooled The bonds between the grains of the metal are stretched when a coil is cold rolled, leaving the steel brittle and breakable Annealing "recrystallizes" the grain structure of steel by allowing for new bonds to be formed at the high temperature There are two ways to anneal cold-rolled steel coils - batch and continuous
The process of relieving stresses in molded plastic articles by heating to a predetermined temperature, maintaining this temperature for a predetermined length of time, and slowly cooling the articles to be painted which might craze due to solvent attack
A heat or thermal treatment process by which a previously cold-rolled steel coil is made more suitable for forming and bending by heating to a designated temperature for a sufficient amount of time and then cooled The bonds between the grains of the metal are stretched when a coil is cold rolled, leaving the steel brittle and breakable Annealing "recrystallizes" the grain structure of steel by allowing for new bonds to be formed at the high temperature There are two ways of annealing : Batch(Box) Three to four coils are stacked on top of each other, and a cover is placed on top and : Continuous: The coil is uncoiled and run through a series of vertical loops within a heater: The temperature and cooling rates are controlled to obtain the desired mechanical properties for the steel
a generic term used to denote a heat treatment where the microstructure and properties of a material are altered; it frequently refers to a heat treatment where a previously cold-worked metal is softened by allowing it to recrystallize
a heat treatment of a metal designed to produce a soft, ductile condition Typically the metal is heated and allowed to cool slowly
The burning of metallic colors into glass, earthenware, etc
The process used to render glass, iron, etc
{i} process of tempering (by heating and cooling)
In metallurgy, the process of heating solid metal to high temperatures and cooling it slowly so that its particles arrange into a defined lattice
less brittle, performed by allowing them to cool very gradually from a high heat
Treatment of a metal, alloy, or other material by heating to a predetermined temperature, holding for a certain time, and then cooling to room temperature, done to improve ductility and reduce brittleness. Process annealing is carried out intermittently during the working of a piece of metal to restore ductility lost through repeated hammering or other working, if several cold-forming operations are required but the metal is so hardened after the first operation that further cold working would cause cracking (see hardening). Full annealing is done to give workability to such parts as forged blanks destined for use in the machine-tool industry. Annealing is also done for relief of internal stresses in metal and glass. Annealing temperatures and times differ for different materials and with properties desired; steel is usually held for several hours at about 1,260°F (680°C) and then cooled for several hours. See also heat treating, solid solution
anneal
To strengthen or harden

There was more than one way to anneal them with regards to resolve.

anneal
To subject to great heat, and then cool slowly for the purpose of rendering less brittle; to temper; to toughen
simulated annealing
A randomized improvement algorithm, analagous to the metalworking process annealing

For this problem, the simulated annealing-based heuristic provides a near-optimal solution.

anneal
{v} to temper glass, season, heat, bake
anneal
(Biyoloji) Biochemistry - recombine (DNA) in the double-stranded form
Anneal
To heat metal, glass or other materials above the critical or re-crystallization temperature, then cool, to eliminate the effects of color working, relieve internal stresses or improve electrical, magnetic or other properties
Anneal
A process, consisting of heating to and holding at a suitable temperature followed by cooling at a suitable rate, used primarily to soften metallic materials, such as steel This process also simultaneously produces desired changes in microstructure, as in other properties, such as improvement of mechanical or electrical properties, increase in stability in dimensions, facilitation of cold work, etc Also see Continuous Anneal and Batch Anneal
Anneal
To subject a material to a heat treatment to remove the effects of cold work, lowering its tensile strength, rendering it softer with greater elongation
Anneal
To soften & relieve strains in any solid material, such as metal or glass, by heating to just below its melting point & then slowly cooling it Annealing generally lowers the tensile strength of the material, while improving its flex life & flexibility
Anneal
a process of heating and cooling alloys to make them stronger and less brittle Annealing works by removing impurities and making alloys homogeneous 1
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-The process of controlled heating and cooling of a metal In wire and cable products, copper and aluminum are annealed to increase flexibility while maintaining adequate strength
Anneal
To soften and relieve strains in any solid material, such as metal or glass, by heating to just below its melting point and then slowly cooling it This also generally lowers the tensile strength of the material, while improving its flex life
Anneal
The biochemical process of hybridising or binding two segments of complementary nucleic acid at an optimal temperature of 40-65ºC [Roche PCR]
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To subject to heat with subsequent cooling When annealing copper; the act of softening the metal by means of heat to render it less brittle
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To work copper or other metals by heating and hammering to shape
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To soften metal by heating and slowly cooling In annealing cast iron the carbon is burned out, near the surface, leaving the outer surface tough and strong while the interior is hard
Anneal
to heat a material to a predetermined temperature and slowly cooling it to relieve stress and make it less brittle, also refer to temper
Anneal
To soften and relieve strains in any solid material, such as metal or glass, by heating to just below its melting point and then slowly cooling it Annealing generally lowers the tensile strength of the material, while improving its flex life and flexibility
Anneal
- A process that prevents or removes strain by heating glass above a certain temperature and then cooling slowly in a very controlled manner Used in glass manufacturing
Anneal
A relatively cool processing step (among the last in wafer manufacturing) that helps minimize stress in the crystal structure of the wafer
Anneal
to prevent the formation of or remove stresses in plastics by cooling from a suitable temperature
Anneal
To soften metals by heating to remove internal stresses caused by rolling and forging
Anneal
A term used by the Independent Gemological Laboratories to describe a heating enhancement process used with color gemstones
Anneal
Heating and cooling metals to make them harder and stronger
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toughen (steel or glass) by a process of gradually heating and cooling; "temper glass"
Anneal
A means of tempering a hand-made glass marble to reduce its brittle nature and give it added strength Once completed, the marble is placed in an annealing oven where its temperature is reduced slowly over a 24 hour period to room temperature The removal of differential thermal stress Machine-made glass marbles are not annealed
Anneal
The process of softening metal For ferrous metals, that is those containing iron, the process involves heating the steel up to its critcal temperature and then slowly cooling it For non-ferrous metals such as brass, bronze, silver, gold, aluminum and the like, the process is exactly opposite The metal is heated to the critical temperature and then quickly quenched in water, snow, urine, or oil What annealing actually does on a molecular level is to allow the metal crystals to realign, moving them into their more relaxed state When the metal is worked, the crystals are moved out of alignment, contributing to both hardness and brittleness Practically, in the production of arms and armour the metal must be annealed as it is worked, otherwise the metal might stress enough that it will crack
Anneal
The biochemical process of hybridising or binding two segments of complementary nucleic acid at an optimal temperature of 40-65ºC [Roche PCR]
Anneal
To subject to high heat with subsequent cooling Annealing copper renders it less brittle
Anneal
To heat an article to a predetermined temperature and slowly cool it to relieve stresses The annealing of metal components may reduce their hardness
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Relief of mechanical stress through heat and gradual cooling Annealing copper renders it less brittle
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To subject to great heat, and then cool slowly, as glass, cast iron, steel, or other metal, for the purpose of rendering it less brittle; to temper; to toughen
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To heat, as glass, tiles, or earthenware, in order to fix the colors laid on them
anneal
to make metal or glass hard by heating it and then slowly letting it get cold
anneal
{f} toughen, temper (by heating and cooling)
anneal
toughen (steel or glass) by a process of gradually heating and cooling; "temper glass
simulated annealing
An algorithm for solving hard problems, notably combinatorial optimization, based on the metaphor of how annealing works: reach a minimum energy state upon cooling a substance, but not too quickly in order to avoid reaching an undesirable final state As a heuristic search, it allows a non-improving move to a neighbor with a probability that decreases over time The rate of this decrease is determined by the cooling schedule, often just a parameter used in an exponential decay (in keeping with the thermodynamic metaphor) With some (mild) assumptions about the cooling schedule, this will converge in probability to a global optimum
simulated annealing
Search technique where a single trial solution is modified at random An energy is defined which represents how good the solution is The goal is to find the best solution by minimising the energy Changes which lead to a lower energy are always accepted; an increase is probabilistically accepted The probability is given by exp(-Delta E/kT) Where Delta E is the change in energy, k is a constant and T is the Temperature Initially the temperature is high corresponding to a liquid or molten state where large changes are possible and it is progressively reduced using a cooling schedule so allowing smaller changes until the system solidifies at a low energy solution
simulated annealing
refers to: learning algorithm A specific type of a learning algorithm, especially for feedback type neural nets see also: Hopfield Net
simulated annealing
An algorithm by which changes are made to decrease energy or temperature or cost
simulated annealing
(n ) Optimisation technique introduced by Kirkpatrick in 1983 which applies statistical mechanics methods to find an approximate optimal solution to a problem Typically a thermodynamic analogy is used for the model system under study and the task of finding an optimal solution is mapped to that of finding the ground state of the thermodynamic system
annealing

    التركية النطق

    ınilîng

    النطق

    /əˈnēləɴɢ/ /əˈniːlɪŋ/

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    [ &-'nE(&)l ] (verb.) 1664. Middle English anelen to set on fire, from Old English on[AE]lan, from on + [AE]lan to set on fire, burn, from Al fire; akin to Old English [AE]led fire, Old Norse eldr.

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