collision

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الإنجليزية - التركية
çarpışma

Kuiper Kuşağı'na ait serseri bir göktaşı Dünya'yla çarpışma rotasında. - A rogue asteroid from the Kuiper Belt is on a collision course with the Earth.

Onun çarpışma hikayesi benimkine uyuyor. - His story of the collision agrees with mine.

(Ticaret) gemilerin çarpışması
karambol
(Askeri) çakışma
düşünce ayrılığı
çatışma
ihtilâf

Biz ihtilaf halinde olabiliriz. - We may be on a collision course.

come into collision with ile çarpımak
{i} toslama
{i} fikir ayrılığı
collision mat den çarpışmada yarığı kapamak için kullanılan palet
collision avoidance
(Bilgisayar) engel sakınma
collision detection
çarpışma sezimi
collision excitation
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) çarpışma ile uyarma
collision frequency
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) çarpışma sıklığı
collision probability
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) çarpışma olasılığı
collision cross section
çarpışma kesidi
collision density
çarpışma yoğunluğu
collision detection
çarpışma algılaması
collision diameter of molecules
moleküllerin çarpışma çapı
collision excitation
çarpma ile uyarma
collision frequency
çarpışma frekansı
collision ionization
çarpışma iyonlaşması
collision mat
usturmaça
collision theory
(Kimya) Çarpışma teorisi
collision avoidance
engel sakinma   
collision avoidance system
(Havacılık) çarpışma önleme sistemi
collision bulkhead
(Askeri) catışma bölme perdesi
collision bulkhead
çarpışma perdesi
collision course
(Havacılık) çarpışma rotası
collision course interception
(Askeri) ÇARPIŞMA ROTASI ÖNLEMESİ: Her iki uçağın sabit baş tutması ile yapılan bir önleme
collision course interception
(Havacılık) çarpışma rotasıyla önleme
collision course interception
(Askeri) çarpışma rotası önlemesi
collision damage
çarpışma zararı
collision damage
(Sigorta) çarpışma hasarı
collision detect
çarpışma sinyali
collision force
çarpışma kuvveti
collision mat
(Askeri) yara savunma paleti
collision probability
(Nükleer Bilimler) çarpışma ihtimali
collision regulation
(Politika, Siyaset) çarpışma tüzüğü
collision regulation
(Politika, Siyaset) çatışma sözleşmesi
collision risk
çarpışma riski
collision warning radar
(Havacılık) çarpışma ikaz radarı
come into collision with
ile çarpışmak
come into collision
ile çarpışmak
come into collision
çarpışmak
come into collision with
(deyim) (araba) çarpışmak
collisions
(Bilgisayar) çarpışma

Bu araba çarpışmaları önlemek için otomatik olarak fren yapar. - This car brakes automatically to avoid collisions.

Genel olarak, dünyadaki suyun kuyrukluyıldızlarla çarpışmalardan geldiği düşünülür. - It is generally thought that the earth's water came from collisions with comets.

collisions
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) çarpışmalar

Genel olarak, dünyadaki suyun kuyrukluyıldızlarla çarpışmalardan geldiği düşünülür. - It is generally thought that the earth's water came from collisions with comets.

Bu araba çarpışmaları önlemek için otomatik olarak fren yapar. - This car brakes automatically to avoid collisions.

barrier collision test
bariyer testi
full coverage collision insurance
kasko sigortası
inelastic collision
esnek olmayan çarpışma
ionization by collision
çarpışmayla iyonlaşma
ionizing collision
iyonlaştırıcı çarpışma
three body collision
üçlü çarpışma
both to blame collision clause
Sözlük anlamı iki tarafı da sorumlu tutan hüküm olmakla beraber konşimento ya da taşıma sözleşmesine konulduğunda önemli bazı sonuçlar doğurur. Örn. yük taşıyan bir geminin yüksüz olarak seyreden bir gemi ile çatışması halinde boş geminin yükte meydana gelen hasar nedeniyle yük sahibine ödediği tazminattan yük sahibinin de taşımayı yapan gemiye çatışmadaki hasar oranına göre ödeme yapması gerekir
both to blame collision clause
(Gemicilik) Bir gemi ile diğer geminin her iki tarafın ihmali sonucunda çarpışması durumunda, olay sonucu ortaya çıkan maddi kayıpların ve çarpışmadan önceki faiz değerinin dikkate alınarak her iki gemi tarafından mal sahiplerinin kayıplarının karşılanması
collisional
Çarpışma
direct hit, front end collision
isabet, on çarpışma
elastic collision
esnek çarpışma
barrier collision test
(Otomotiv) engel deneyi
be on collision course
çatışma noktasına gelmek
both to blame collision clause
(Ticaret) iki taraflı kusur klozu
collis
(Anatomi) tepe
first collision probability
(Nükleer Bilimler) ilk çarpışma olasılığı
front end collision
önden çarpışma
near collision.
(Askeri) (AIRCRAFT) ÇARPIŞMA TEHLİKESİ (HAVA ARACI): Bak. "near miss (aircraft) "
negligent collision
(Ticaret) kusurlu çarpışma
replacement collision
(Fizik) yerdeğiştirici çarpışma
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
violent contact
an accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object; "three passengers were killed in the collision"; "the collision of the two ships resulted in a serious oil spill"
{n} a striking together, clash, stroke
a conflict of opposed ideas or attitudes or goals; "a collision of interests" an accident resulting from violent impact of a moving object; "three passengers were killed in the collision"; "the collision of the two ships resulted in a serious oil spill" (physics) an brief event in which two or more bodies come together; "the collision of the particles resulted in an exchange of energy and a change of direction
In Ethernet, the result of two nodes transmitting simultaneously The frames from each device impact and are damaged when they meet on the physical media
The result of two (or more) LAN stations attempting to use the same transmission medium at the same time
The result of two or more stations transmitting simultaneously on a shared cable and getting the signals garbled 4
When electrical signals from two or more devices sharing a common data transfer medium crash into one another This commonly happens on Ethernet type systems
The result of two nodes transmitting at the same time on a multiple access network such as Ethernet Both packets may be lost or partial packets may result
The result of two devices on a shared transmission medium, like Ethernet, transmitting simultaneously Data is corrupted and both devices must retry their transmissions A delay mechanism used by both senders drastically reduces the chances of another collision
A state of opposition; antagonism; interference
The term used when the electrical signals from two network devices run into each other triggering a retransmission When this is detected retransmission is timed so a second collision is not likely
(physics) an brief event in which two or more bodies come together; "the collision of the particles resulted in an exchange of energy and a change of direction
Concurrent Ethernet transmissions from two or more devices on the same segment A collision is sensed by the transmitting station as an over-voltage condition causing the station to retransmit after waiting a random amount of time
The act of striking together; a striking together, as of two hard bodies; a violent meeting, as of railroad trains; a clashing
A condition that occurs on a CSMA/CD (Ethernet) transmission medium when two or more stations transmit signals concurrently
Two values x and y form a collision of a (supposedly) one-way function F if x ¹ y but F(x) = F(y)
A collision of cultures or ideas occurs when two very different cultures or people meet and conflict. The play represents the collision of three generations. = clash
In LAN technology, two stations attempting to use the same transmission medium at the same time
A condition where two devices detect that the network is idle and end up trying to send packets at exactly the same time (within 1 round-trip delay) Since only one device can transmit at a time, both devices must back off and attempt to retransmit again (4)
The result of two network nodes transmitting on the same channel at the same time The transmitted data is not usable
an event that occurs on a CSMA/CD network (such as Ethernet) when two stations transmit a frame at the same time The two frames result in data errors that make the two frames unusable The frames have to be retransmitted, but care has to be taken to be sure that a collision doesn't repeat over and over (See binary exponential back off)
a conflict of opposed ideas or attitudes or goals; "a collision of interests"
1) In LAN technology, two stations attempting to use the same transmission medium at the same time 2) In a half-duplex system, the result of both ends trying to transmit at the same time see CSMA/CD
What happens when two devices transmit data at the same time, resulting in a loss of data
A simultaneous transmission and reception of signals by elements of a communications system based on contention techniques
Pays for damage to your car caused by physical contact with another vehicle or with another object, such as a tree, boulder, guardrail, structure, or person
A collision results when two devices attempt to transmit data at exactly the same time and are discarded An Ethernet network uses Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD) to allow devices to take turns using the signal carrier line When a device wants to transmit, it checks the signal level of the line to determine whether someone else is already using it If a line is in use, the device waits and retries If the line is not in use, the device transmits
Two values x and y form a collision of a (supposedly) one-way function F if x ¥y but F(x) = F(y)
Concurrent Ethernet transmissions from two or more devices on the same segment
The situation that occurs when two or more devices attempt to send a signal along the same channel at the same time The result of a collision is generally a garbled message All computer networks require some sort of mechanism to either prevent collisions altogether or to recover from collisions when they do occur
A collision occurs when a moving object crashes into something. They were on their way to the Shropshire Union Canal when their van was involved in a collision with a car I saw a head-on collision between two aeroplanes. = crash
{i} crash, colliding of two or more objects
When two interfaces on the same physical network transmit at the same time, the packets interfere with each other This collision causes data loss so the interfaces have to retransmit the data
An instance of colliding
collision bulkhead
A strong, watertight transverse bulkhead in the fore part of a ship to prevent water flowing aft in the event of a collision
collision detection
The process or mechanism of determining whether two shapes are partially occupying the same space
collision detections
plural form of collision detection
collision mat
A large square of canvas, treated with a sealing agent and attached to lines at each corner; hauled over a damaged part of the hull to limit the inflow of water
collision theory
Any theory that relates collisions among particles to reaction rate; reaction rate depends on such factors as concentration, surface area, temperature, stirring, and the presence of either a catalyst or an inhibitor
collision-theory
Attributive form of collision theory, noun
collision theory
(Kimya) Collision theory is a theory, proposed by Max Trautz and William Lewis in 1916 that qualitatively explains how chemical reactions occur and why reaction rates differ for different reactions. It assumes that for a reaction to occur the reactant particles must collide, but only a certain fraction of the total collisions, the effective collisions, cause the transformation of reactant molecules into products. This is due to the fact that only a fraction of the molecules have sufficient energy and the right orientation at the moment of impact to break the existing bonds and form new bonds. The minimal amount of energy needed so that the molecule is transformed is called activation energy. Collision theory is closely related to chemical kinetics
collision angle
angle at which an object will collide with another object
collision course
a course of action (following a given idea) that will lead to conflict if it continues unabated a course of a moving object that will lead to a collision if it continues unchanged
collision course
If two or more people or things are on a collision course, they are likely to meet and crash into each other violently. There is an asteroid on a collision course with the Earth. A course, as of moving objects or opposing philosophies, that will end in a collision or conflict if left unchanged: two planes on a collision course; dissidents on a collision course with the regime
collision course
a course of action (following a given idea) that will lead to conflict if it continues unabated
collision course
a course of a moving object that will lead to a collision if it continues unchanged
collision course
If two or more people or things are on a collision course, there is likely to be a sudden and violent disagreement between them. The two communities are now on a collision course Britain's universities are set on a collision course with the government
Coulomb collision
the interaction between two moving electric charges at close range
come into collision with
clash with, collide with
collisional
Of or pertaining to collisions (especially between particles)
deep inelastic collision
A high-energy nuclear reaction in which two nuclei overlap and exchange energy and nucleons
hash collision
The situation where two or more inputs to a hash function produce identical output
head-on collision
A collision where the front ends of two vehicles (such as ships, trains, cars, planes, etc.) hit each other, as opposed to a side-collision or rear-end collision
Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System
The Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System (or TCAS) is a computerised avionics device which is designed to reduce the danger of mid-air collisions between aircraft. It monitors the airspace around an aircraft, independent of air traffic control, and warns pilots of the presence of other aircraft which may present a threat of mid-air collision (MAC). It is an implementation of the Airborne Collision Avoidance System mandated by International Civil Aviation Organization to be fitted to all aircraft over 5700 kg or authorised to carry more than 19 passengers
anti collision light
light used to avoid collisions
anti-collision
(or collision avoidance) A feature commonly used in contactless card systems to prevent conflicts between different signals competing for attention at the same time See Contactless
anti-collision
A feature commonly used in contactless card systems to prevent conflicts between different signals competing for attention at the same time
collisional
{s} of a crash, of a collision
collisions
Two packets sent over the network segment simultaneously will collide and be rejected Ethernet will automatically resent them at altered timing to ensure proper receipt 3
collisions
When two nodes on a network attempt to transmit data on the same medium at the same time
collisions
plural of collision
collisions
In network systems, when two nodes transmit simultaneously, causing destruction of a data packet’s information
elastic collision
A collision of particles in which the total kinetic energy of the particles is conserved
head on collision
crash in which the vehicles collide front first; conflict, disagreement
inelastic collision
A collision between two particles in which part of their kinetic energy is transformed to another form of energy. The total amount of energy remains the same
minor collision
fender bender, minor traffic accident
collision
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