(Askeri) BASINÇ İMLA HAKKI: İçinde kimya maddesi bulunan bir kaptaki basınçlı karbondioksit veya klor. Bu madde; kabın içindeki kimya maddesini silindirden dışarı sevk etmek için gerekli basıncı temin eder
(Askeri) BASINÇLA ATEŞLEME TERTİBATI: Kara mayınları, bubi tuzakları vesaireyi bir düzen üzerinde yapılacak basınç veya tatbik edilecek ağırlıkla ateşlemede kullanılan dört ateşleme tertibatından biri. Bu cihaz; esas itibariyle, bir ateşleme iğnesinden ve ona imla hakkını ateşleyecek bir tahrip kapsülü bağlanmış, horozlu tetikten ibarettir. Bak. "firing device"
Do not let anyone pressure you into buying something you do not want.
a force that compels; "the public brought pressure to bear on the government" the somatic sensation of pressure; "the sensitivity of his skin to pressure and temperature was normal" the force applied to a unit area of surface; measured in pascals (SI unit) or in dynes (cgs unit); "the compressed gas exerts an increased pressure" an oppressive condition of physical or mental or social or economic distress
A force applied to a specific amount of surface area A common unit of pressure is psi, i e , pounds per square inch The force that develops the pressure is sum total of all the slight "nudges" on a surface generated by each molecule striking the surface; the greater number of impacts or the more violent each impact, the greater the pressure Therefore, the pressure increases if the same number of molecules are contained in a smaller space (greater number of impacts per unit area) or if the molecules are heated (each impact is more violent) Also see psi
A contrasting force or impulse of any kind; as, the pressure of poverty; the pressure of taxes; the pressure of motives on the mind; the pressure of civilization
If you are experiencing pressure, you feel that you must do a lot of tasks or make a lot of decisions in very little time, or that people expect a lot from you. Can you work under pressure? The pressures of modern life are great
The force per unit area exerted by the weight of the atmosphere above a point on or above the earth's surface Also known as atmospheric pressure or barometric pressure
Pressure is force that you produce when you press hard on something. She kicked at the door with her foot, and the pressure was enough to open it The best way to treat such bleeding is to apply firm pressure
The measurement of the force exerted by a medium on the objects in the medium In vacuum coating, pressure refers to the pressure of the gases in the vacuum chamber Pressure is normally measured in Torr Other units are psi, bars, atmospheres, pascals, etc
The pressure on a surface due to forces from another surface or from a fluid is the force acting at right angles to unit area of the surface: pressure = force/area
the force applied to a unit area of surface; measured in pascals (SI unit) or in dynes (cgs unit); "the compressed gas exerts an increased pressure"
Force acting on an area Expressed in a variety of ways for which a conversion table is given Pressure is important in aquaculture from the design of systems (to enable sizing of pumps and prediction of flows) to applications such as the induction of triploidy through subjecting eggs to high pressure treatments Many diffusers have optimum pressure ratings, where they are most efficient at delivering the required gas into the water see also friction loss water, friction loss air
The force per unit area exerted by the weight of the atmosphere above a point on or above the earth's surface
If you pressure someone to do something, you try forcefully to persuade them to do it. He will never pressure you to get married The Government should not be pressured into making hasty decisions Don't pressure me His boss did not pressure him for results. + pressured pres·sured You're likely to feel anxious and pressured. see also blood pressure. to try to make someone do something by making them feel it is their duty to do it British Equivalent: pressurizepressure sb into doing sth. Perpendicular force per unit area, or stress at a point within a confined fluid. A solid object exerts pressure on a floor equal to its weight divided by the area of contact. The weight of the Earth's atmosphere on the surface constitutes atmospheric pressure, which varies from place to place but always decreases with altitude. The pressure exerted by a confined gas results from the average effect of the forces produced on the walls of the container by the continual, numerous collisions by gas molecules. Hydrostatic pressure is the stress, or pressure, exerted equally in all directions at points within a confined fluid. Lithostatic pressure is the stress exerted on a body of rock in the Earth's crust by surrounding rock, which increases with depth below the surface. The SI unit of pressure is the pascal (Pa), which is equal to one newton of force per square metre. high blood pressure low blood pressure atmospheric pressure barometric pressure blood pressure pressure gauge radiation pressure
Pressure is the result of Force divided by the Area the force is applied over It is measured in Newtons per meter squared [N/m2] which is also known as a Pascal [Pa]
Force applied to or distributed over a surface; it is measured as force per unit area
The force per unit area in a gas or liquid, typically expressed as pounds per square inch in the US The scientific unit is newtons per m2 (also known as the pascal) For instance, atmospheric pressure at sea level on Earth equals 14 7 lbs /in2 = 1 01 x 105 newtons per m2 The pressure at the center of the Sun is approximately 300 billion Earth atmospheres, or 3 x 1016 newtons per m2
the apparently continuous and isotropic force exerted on unit area of any real or imaginary surface because of bombardment by molecules of contiguous fluid
to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means : "She forced him to take a job in the city"; "He squeezed her for information"
force per unit area, measured in kilopascals (kPa) or pounds per square inch (psi) Standard atmospheric pressure at sea level is 101 3 kPa (14 7 psi), or one atmosphere Gauge pressure, as indicated by a conventional pressure gauge, is the pressure in excess of atmospheric pressure Absolute pressure is the sum of atmospheric and gauge pressures Pressure is also expressed in terms of the height of a column of mercury that would exert the same pressure One atmosphere is equal to 760 mm (29 9 in) of mercury
Force per unit area acting on the boundaries of a system and needed to confine it to a given volume In equilibrium, then, also the force per unit area exerted by the system on its boundaries Gases at finite temperature always exert pressure on any container because of the kinetic motions of their molecules Solids and liquids will exert pressure on their containers or boundaries except at some particular volume where the attractive and repulsive forces between their consituent atoms happen to be perfectly balanced Pressure is best defined in gases and liquids lacking shear strength, because the equilibrium state of stress in these materials must be hydrostatic, i e the same in all directions Solids can be more complicated because they can support shear stress, in which case pressure is not a complete characterization of the mechanical confining conditions
The force exerted by the interaction of the atmosphere and gravity Also known as atmospheric pressure
Force per unit area, usually expressed in pounds per square inch (PSI) or BAR (099)
(Otomotiv) A radiator cap that allows the cooling system to operate under pressure at higher temperatures for greater efficiency. Safety pressure caps can be used to help release the pressure before the cap is removed to prevent injuries due to escaping steam or hot coolant
Instrument for measuring the condition of a fluid (liquid or gas) that is specified by the force the fluid would apply, when at rest, to a unit area, such as pounds per square inch (psi) or pascals (Pa). The reading on the gauge, called the gauge pressure, is always the difference between two pressures. When the lower of the pressures is that of the atmosphere, the total (or absolute) pressure is the sum of the gauge and atmospheric pressures
round dial located on backwash valve or on top of filter Indicates in pounds per square inch the pressure in the filter When the pressure reads 10 psi or more above what it did wen the filter was freshly clean, the filter needs to be cleaned
A pressure group is an organized group of people who are trying to persuade a government or other authority to do something, for example to change a law. the environmental pressure group Greenpeace. An interest group that endeavors to influence public policy and especially governmental legislation, regarding its particular concerns and priorities. a group or organization that tries to influence the opinions of ordinary people and persuade the government to do something interest group
(Otomotiv) A disc that's forced by springs against the clutch disk, which forces the disc and the engine flywheel against each other, causing the engine and the transmission to turn at the same rate of speed
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