combustion

listen to the pronunciation of combustion
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yanma

İçten yanmalı motorlar, yakıt ve hava karışımını yakarlar. - Internal combustion engines burn a mixture of fuel and air.

Oksijen yanma için gereklidir. - Oxygen is needed for combustion.

yanma testi
karışıklık
(Otomotiv) yanma işlemi
gaz testi
tutuşma
(Tıp) Kömürleşme
yanma haznesi
(Tıp) Veziküllenem
ısı ve ışık veren oksitlenme
combustion gases yakım gazları
combustion furnace yanma fırını
combustion motor yakımlı motor
(Tıp) Yanık, kombüstiyon 4 derecesi vardır
combustion period yanma süresi
(Tıp) Kızarma
yakım ocağı
combustion chamber yanma hücresi
(Tıp) Doku harabiyeti
motor

İçten yanmalı motorlar, yakıt ve hava karışımını yakarlar. - Internal combustion engines burn a mixture of fuel and air.

Böyle kirleticiler çoğunlukla otomobil motorlarındaki yakıt tüketiminden kaynaklanmaktadır. - Pollutants like this derive mainly from the combustion of fuel in car engines.

patlama
combustion air
(Gıda,Teknik) yanma havası
combustion duration
yanma süresi
combustion engineering
yanma mühendisliği
combustion plants
(Politika, Siyaset) büyük yakma tesisleri
combustion products
yanma ürünleri
combustion temperature
yanma sıcaklığı
combustion turbine
gaz türbini
combustion chamber
yanma odası
combustion efficiency
yanma verimi
combustion energy
yanma enerjisi
combustion engine
yanmalı motor
combustion gase
yanıcı gaz
combustion gases
yanıcı gazlar
combustion heat
yanma ısısı
combustion motor
yanmalı motor
combustion pressure
yanma basıncı
combustion residual product
yanma artığı
combustion temperature
yanma ısısı
combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) Yanma kabini
combustion residue
yanma artığı
combustion acid
(Otomotiv) yanma asiti
combustion arrangement
yakma mekanizması
combustion arrangement
yanma mekanizması
combustion chamber
yanına hücresi
combustion chamber
genleşme odası
combustion chamber
(Havacılık,Teknik) ateşleme odası
combustion chamber lining
yanma odası örülmesi
combustion chamber volume
(Otomotiv) yanma odası hacmi
combustion chemistry
yanma kimyası
combustion control system
yanma kontrol sistemi
combustion controller
yanma kontrolü
combustion detector
yanma detektörü
combustion detector
yanma dedektörü
combustion diagram
yanma diyagramı
combustion engine
iç yakımlı motor
combustion formulas
yanma formülleri
combustion gas turbine
yanmalı gaz türbini
combustion instability
(Havacılık) yanma kararsızlığı
combustion knock
(Otomotiv) yanma vuruntusu
combustion medium
yanma maddesi
combustion motor
iç yakımlı motor
combustion noise
(Otomotiv) yanma gürültüsü
combustion period
(Otomotiv) yanma süreci
combustion product
yanma ürünü
combustion reaction
yanma tepkimesi
combustion regulator
yanma regülatörü
combustion space
(Otomotiv) yanma odası
combustion space
yanma hücresi
combustion stages
yanma evreleri
combustion starter
(Havacılık) ateşleme starteri
combustion synthesis
(İnşaat) yanmalı bireşim
combustion test
tutuşma testi
combustion tube
yanma borusu veya tüpü
combustion valve
yanma supabı
combustion valve
yanma valfi
combustion valve
yanma odası valfi
combustion velocity
yanma hızı
combustion ventilation
yanma havası girişi
combustion volume
yanma hacmi
combustion zone
(Havacılık) yanma bölgesi
complete combustion
tam yanma
controlled combustion
kontrollü yanma
combust
yak

Tom'un gübre yığını o kadar çok ısındı ki o kendiliğinden yaktı. - Tom's compost heap got so hot that it spontaneously combusted.

Böyle kirleticiler çoğunlukla otomobil motorlarındaki yakıt tüketiminden kaynaklanmaktadır. - Pollutants like this derive mainly from the combustion of fuel in car engines.

combust
çılgına dönmek
combust
yakmak
spontaneous combustion
(Kimya) kendiliğinden yanma
spontaneous combustion
kendiliğinden tutuşma
combustive
yanıcı
homogeneous combustion
homojen yanma
in situ combustion
yerinde yanma
internal combustion
içten yanmalı
internal combustion engine
içten yanmalı motor
spontaneous combustion
spontane tutuşma
internal combustion engine
(Otomotiv) İçten Yanmalı Motor
internal combustion engine
iç yakımlı motor
open combustion chamber
açık yanma odası
abnormal combustion
(Otomotiv) ön yanma
abnormal combustion
(Otomotiv) anormal yanma
downward combustion
aşağıya doğru yanma
fluidized bed combustion
(Coğrafya) akışkan yatak yanması
fluidized bed combustion
akışkan yataklı yakma
homogeneous combustion
(Kimya) tektürel yanma
internal combustion
iç yakımlı motor
internal combustion engine
(Askeri) İÇTEN YANMALI MOTOR, İÇ PATLARLI MOTOR (ULŞ.): Benzin motoru (gasoline engine) ve dizel motoru (diesel motor) gibi kapalı bir silindir veya hücre içinde ateşlenen yakıtın genişleyici kuvvetinden güç istihsal etmek suretiyle çalışan motor
internal combustion engine
iç yakımlı makina,içten yanmalı motor
perfect combustion
ideal yanma
perfect combustion
tam yanma
pressurized combustion chamber
basınçlı yanma odası
products of combustion
(Otomotiv) yanma sonu ürünleri
rapid combustion
hızlı yanma
rapid combustion
kontrolsüz yanma
rapid combustion
hızlı ve kontrolsüz yanma
slow combustion
(Kimya) yavaş yanma
spontaneous combustion
içten yanma
stoichiometric combustion
(Otomotiv) stokiometrik yanma
theoretical combustion
(Otomotiv) teorik yanma
turbulence combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) türbülanslı yanma odası
two stage combustion
iki aşamalı yanma
visible combustion
görünen yanma
wedge combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) kama tipi yanma odası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A process wherein a fuel is combined with oxygen, usually at high temperature, releasing heat
A process where two chemicals are combined to produce heat
Violent agitation, tumult
The act or process of burning
{n} a burning, or the union of a combustible body with oxygene, attended with light and heat--also hurry, confusion
The combination of a combustible with a supporter of combustion, producing heat, and sometimes both light and heat
Burning The transformation of biomass fuel into heat, chemicals, and gases through chemical combination of hydrogen and carbon in the fuel with oxygen in the air
burning, that is, the production of heat and light energy through chemical change, such as the oxidation of hydrocarbon fuel
1 The process of burning 2 A rapid chemical change in which a substance reacts with oxygen and generates heat and light
is the rapid oxidation of a material evolving heat and generally light
(Otomotiv) The burning of the fuel/air mixture that causes an explosion in the combustion chamber generating the power in an engine
{i} burning, ignition
rapid oxidation of a fuel (burning) The products of an ideal combustion process are water (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2); if combustion is incomplete, some carbon is not fully oxidized, yielding carbon monoxide (CO) A stoichiometric combustible mixture contains the exact quantities of air (oxygen) and fuel required for complete combustion For gasoline, this air-fuel ratio is about 15: 1 by weight If the fuel concentration is too rich or too lean relative to the oxygen in the mixture, combustion cannot take place
A chemical reaction in which a material combines with oxygen with the evolution of heat: "burning" The combustion of fuels containing carbon and hydrogen is said to be complete when these two elements are all oxidized to carbon dioxide and water Incomplete combustion may lead to (1) appreciable amounts of carbon remaining in the ash; (2) emission of some of the carbon as carbon monoxide; and (3) reaction of the fuel molecules to give a range of products of greater complexity than that of the fuel molecules themselves (if these products escape combustion they are emitted as smoke) (WHO 1980)
A similar process where two chemicals are combined to produce heat
The process of burning Motor vehicles and equipment typically burn fuel in an engine to create power Gasoline and diesel fuels are mixtures of hydrocarbons, which are compounds that contain hydrogen and carbon atoms In "perfect" combustion, oxygen in the air would combine with all the hydrogen in the fuel to form water and with all the carbon in the fuel to form carbon dioxide Nitrogen in the air would remain unaffected In reality, the combustion process is not "perfect," and engines emit several types of pollutants as combustion byproducts
1 Burning, or rapid oxidation, accompanied by release of energy in the form of heat and light 2 Refers to controlled burning of waste, in which heat chemically alters organic compounds, converting into stable inorganics such as carbon dioxide and water
the act of burning something; "the burning of leaves was prohibited by a town ordinance"
process of burning the fuel-air mixture in a gas turbine engine
Burning Chemically combining the hydrogen and carbon of organic material with oxygen to produce heat, chemicals, and gases
a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light
a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light a state of violent disturbance and excitement; "combustion grew until revolt was unavoidable
is the conversion of a fuel by oxidization Based in the ultimate analysis, GEMIS can compute the amount of energy (heating value) and flue gas From that, GEMIS computes the flue-gas concentrations and emission factors for emissions - these are SO2, HCl, HF, CO2 and ash
The state of burning
Chemical oxidation accompanied by the generation of light and heat
A chemical reaction between a fuel and oxygen that produces heat (and usually, light)
the process of burning
a state of violent disturbance and excitement; "combustion grew until revolt was unavoidable"
Burning Many important pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulates (PM-10) are combustion products, often products of the burning of fuels such as coal, oil, gas, and wood
A rapid oxidation reaction between a fuel and oxygen that produces heat (the chemical energy content of a fuel is converted to heat energy)
consumption of fuels by oxidation, evolving heat, flame, and/or incandescence
Violent agitation; confusion; tumult
The burning of the fuel-air mixture in an engine cylinder
the more rapid process of oxidation that occurs when organic matter ignites and burns, producing light and heat; it is the same chemical reaction that occurs during decomposition and respiration, 6 O2 + C6H12O6 > 6 H2O + 6 CO2
Burning, or rapid oxidation, accompanied by a release of energy in the form of heat and light A basic cause of air pollution
Combustion is the act of burning something or the process of burning. The energy is released by combustion on the application of a match see also internal combustion engine
Combustion is the burning of a material, i e , a chemical change accompanied by the production of heat and light
Burning accompanied by release of energy in the form of heat and light Refers to controlled burning of waste, in which heat chemically alters organic compounds, converting into stable inorganics such as carbon dioxide and water Many important pollutants, such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulates (PM-10) are combustion products, often products of the burning of fuels such as coal, oil, gas and wood
(1) Burning, or rapid oxidation, accompanied by release of energy in the form of heat and light A basic cause of air pollution (2) Refers to controlled
A reaction called rapid oxidation or burning produced with the right combination of a fuel, oxygen, and heat
combustion chamber
An enclosed space, within a heat engine, in which the fuel is mixed and reacted with air or other oxidizing agent in a controlled manner
combustion chambers
plural form of combustion chamber
combustion chamber
chamber within an engine in which ignition of fuel takes place
combustion chamber
The clearance space in the cylinder of an internal combustion engine where the charge is compressed and ignited
combustion chamber
A space over, or in front of , a boiler furnace where the gases from the fire become more thoroughly mixed and burnt
combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) The part of the cylinder within an engine block where the fuel/air mixture is compressed by the piston and ignited by a spark from the spark plug
combustion chamber
An enclosure in which combustion, especially of a fuel or propellant, is initiated and controlled. the enclosed space, for example in an engine, in which combustion happens
combustion engine
engine powered by the ignition of fuel
combust
In close conjunction with the sun (so that its astrological influence is "burnt up"), sometimes specified to be within 8 degrees 30'

Guianerius had a patient could make Latin verses when the moon was combust, otherwise illiterate.

combust
Burnt
combustive
Of, pertaining to, caused by, or partaking in combustion
internal combustion
the process where fuel is burned within an engine such as a diesel engine, producing power directly as opposed to externally such as in a steam engine
internal combustion engine
A piston or a rotary heat engine directly powered by the products of intermittent combustion of a fuel
internal combustion engine
A heat engine in which intermittent or the continuous burning of a fuel takes place inside a combustion chamber; the resulting pressurized gas acts directly on the engine to do useful work, such as a piston engine, gas turbine, jet engine or rocket
internal-combustion engine
Alternative form of internal combustion engine
pre-combustion
Concerned with a phase prior to combustion

pre-combustion chamber.

pre-combustion
Occurring prior to combustion

pre-combustion decarbonization.

spontaneous combustion
Combustion without an external source of heat
combust
(deyim) Get very angry and fly into a rage
combust
cause to become violent or angry; "Riots combusted Pakistan after the U S air attacks on Afghanistan"
combust
To burn; to catch fire
combust
So near the sun as to be obscured or eclipsed by his light, as the moon or planets when not more than eight degrees and a half from the sun
combust
cause to burn or combust; "The sun burned off the fog"; "We combust coal and other fossil fuels"
combust
{s} burnt, singed; being obscured by proximity to the sun (Astronomy, Archaic)
combust
undergo combustion; "Maple wood burns well"
combust
air attacks on Afghanistan
combust
cause to become violent or angry; "Riots combusted Pakistan after the U
combust
start to burn or burst into flames; "Marsh gases ignited suddenly"; "The oily rags combusted spontaneously"
combust
get very angry and fly into a rage; "The professor combusted when the student didn't know the answer to a very elementary question"; "Spam makes me go ballistic"
combust
Burnt; consumed
combustions
plural of combustion
combustive
{s} flammable, ignitable
external combustion
ignition of fuel outside the cylinder of an engine
external-combustion engine
a heat engine in which ignition occurs outside the chamber (cylinder or turbine) in which heat is converted to mechanical energy
heat of combustion
The amount of heat released per unit mass or unit volume of a substance when the substance is completely burned
internal combustion
the combustion of fuel inside a cylinder (as in an internal-combustion engine)
internal combustion
method used to produce power by exploding fuel and air within an engine
internal combustion engine
engine which is powered by an explosion of fuel and air from within the engine
internal combustion engine
An internal combustion engine is an engine that creates its energy by burning fuel inside itself. Most cars have internal combustion engines. an engine that produces power by burning petrol, used in most cars
internal combustion engine (ice)
(Otomotiv) An engine that works on power released by vapourized fuel and air burning inside the engine itself, rather than on an outside source of combustion as, for example, a steam engine does
internal-combustion engine
a heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine
internal-combustion engine
Any engine in which a fuel-air mixture is burned in the engine proper so that the hot gaseous products of combustion act directly on the surfaces of its moving parts, such as those of pistons (see piston and cylinder) or turbine rotor blades. Internal-combustion engines include gasoline engines, diesel engines, gas turbine engines, pure jet engines, and rocket engines and motors, and are one class of heat engines. They are commonly divided into continuous-combustion engines and intermittent-combustion engines. In the first type (e.g., jet engines) fuel and air flow steadily into the engine, where a stable flame is maintained for continuous combustion. In the second (e.g., gasoline-reciprocating-piston engines), discrete quantities of fuel and air are periodically ignited. See also automobile industry, machine, steam engine
pre-combustion chamber.
(Otomotiv) A small chamber located outside the combustion chamber of some cars in which a small amount of rich fuel/air mixture can be ignited to start the combustion process to increase fuel efficiency and cut emissions. Found principally on diesel engines and certain gasoline engines
spontaneous combustion
a process where heat is generated within a material by either a slow oxidation reaction or by microorganisms
spontaneous combustion
independent ignition, burning by itself without any catalyst
spontaneous combustion
The ignition of material brought about by a heat producing (exothermic) chemical reaction within the material itself without exposure to an external source of ignition
spontaneous combustion
Self-ignition of combustible material through chemical action (as oxidation) of its constituents -- called also spontaneous ignition
spontaneous combustion
Self-ignition of combustible material through chemical action of its parts
spontaneous combustion
ignition of a substance (as oily rags) resulting from an internal oxidation process
spontaneous combustion
Ignition of a substance, such as oily rags or hay, caused by a localized heat-increasing reaction between the oxidant and the fuel and not involving addition of heat from an outside source. burning caused by chemical changes inside something rather than by heat from outside
combustion