conduction

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İngilizce - Türkçe
isale
götürme
ısı iletimi
(Gıda,Teknik) kondüksiyon
iletme
taşıma
iletim
i., fiz. iletme, geçirme, nakletme
nakletme
isal
(Tıp) İletim (kuvvet, ısı, ses veya elektrik hk)
(Tıp) ileti
conduction, thermal
(Fizik) ısı iletimi
conduction band
iletken bant
conduction band
iletken kuşak
conduction by defect
hatalı iletim
conduction current
iletim akımı
conduction current
iletkenlik akımı
conduction electron
iletim elektronu
conduction of heat
ısı iletimi
conduction anesthesia
(Tıp) iletim anestezisi
conduction aphasia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) iletim afazisi
conduction aphasia
(Tıp) iletme afazisi
conduction deafness
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) iletim sağırlığı
conduction electrons
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) iletim elektronları
conduction gain
ısı iletim kazancı
conduction heating
iletimle ısıtma
conduction loss
ısı iletim kaybı
conduction of heat
ısı aktarımı
coefficient of thermal conduction
ışıl iletim katsayısı
ionic conduction
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) iyonik iletim
nerve conduction
(Tıp) sinir iletim
nerve conduction
(Tıp) sinir iletimi
back conduction
geri iletim
electrical conduction
elektriksel iletim
electrolytic conduction
elektrolitik iletim
electron conduction
elektron iletimi
heat conduction
ısı iletimi
hole conduction
delik iletimi
intrinsic conduction
saf iletkenlik
ionic conduction
iyonik iletkenlik
metallic conduction
metalik iletim
thermal conduction
ısıl iletim
thermal conduction
ısı iletimi
excess conduction
fazladan iletim
thermionic conduction
termiyonik iletim
photo conduction effect
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) fotoiletim etkisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
The conveying of heat or electricity through material
Process of heat transfer through a material from a warm surface to a cool surface
Transmission through, or by means of, a conductor; also, conductivity
1 Heat transfer from particle to particle, occurring most effectively in solids 2 Transfer of electrical energy through a material via the flow of charged particles, usually electrons
The conveying of electrical energy or heat through or by means of a conductor
The transfer of heat through a substance by molecular action or from one substance by being in contact with another
Method of heat transfer through direct contact
The transfer of heat within the material itself
The transfer of heat within a substance or from one substance to another as a result of molecular motion Always from warm to cold areas
The transmission or conveying of something through a medium or passage, especially the transmission of electric charge or heat through a conducting medium without perceptible motion of the medium itself
The act of leading or guiding
the transmission of heat or electricity or sound
The act of training up
the result of collisions between molecules; when one end of an object is heated, the molecules vibrate faster and the energy is transferred to their neighbors
transfer of heat through material by communication of kinetic energy from particle to particle rather than by a flow of heated material
The transfer of heat from one substance to another by direct contact Denser substances are better conductors; the transfer is always from warmer to colder substances
the transfer of heat from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature by increased kinetic energy This increased kinetic energy is passed from molecule to molecule Conductors are materials that heat can pass through Not all materials are good conductors
the transfer of heat between bodies that are in contact
{i} act of conducting or conveying (i.e. water through a pipe or electricity through a wire)
Conduction is the process by which heat or electricity passes through or along something. Temperature becomes uniform by heat conduction until finally a permanent state is reached. the passage of electricity through wires, heat through metal, water through pipes etc
Energy transfer from one material to another by direct contact
The transfer of heat through a solid material
The movement of heat from one molecule to another
The transfer of heat energy through a material (solid, liquid, or gas) by the motion of adjacent atoms and molecules without gross displacement of the particles (081)
Transfer of energy from one molecule to another, such as through the soil or through bark
Conduction consists of energy transfer directly from atom to atom and represents the flow of energy along a temperature gradient
The transmission or conveying of something through a medium or passage, esp of electric charge or heat through a conducting medium without perceptible motion of the medium itself
The transfer of energy via collisions of randomly moving atoms and electrons
Heat transfer from one molecule to another within a substance of from one substance to another
The transfer of energy through a solid without motion of the conducting solid as a whole Steady-State conduction calls if the temperature at each point is independent of time Unsteady or transient conduction situations changes with time (time dependant)
The moving of electricity or heat through a conductor
(heat) The transfer of heat energy through a material (solid, liquid or gas) by the motion of adjacent atoms and molecules without gross displacement of the particles Distinguished, in the case of heat, from CONVECTION and RADIATION F - conduction S - conduccion
conduction band
The range of electron energies in an insulator or semiconductor in which electrons can move freely and transport charge
conduction anesthesia
anesthesia of an area supplied by a nerve; produced by an anesthetic agent applied to the nerve
conduction aphasia
aphasia in which the lesion is assumed to be in the association tracts connecting the various language centers in the brain; patient's have difficulty repeating a sentence just heard
A-H conduction time
Alternative capitalization of a-h conduction time
a-h conduction time
The time between the start of the first high frequency component of the atrial electrocardiogram to the first high frequency component of the His bundle electrocardiogram, normally 92ms ± 38 ms
a-h conduction times
plural form of a-h conduction time
surface-conduction electron-emitter display
a flat panel display technology that uses surface conduction electron emitters to provide electrons for every pixel. The electrons strike coloured phosphors to produce a colour image. In a general sense, an SED consists of a matrix of cathode ray tubes, each tube producing a single pixel
bone conduction
The process by which sound waves are transmitted to the inner ear by the cranial bones without traveling through the air in the ear canal
electrical conduction
the passage of electricity through a conductor
thermal conduction
Transfer of heat energy resulting from differences in temperature between adjacent bodies or adjacent parts of a body. In the absence of a heat pump, the energy will flow from a region of higher temperature to a region of lower temperature. The transfer of energy occurs as a result of collision among the particles of the matter involved. The rate of transfer of energy is proportional to the cross-sectional area of contact and to the difference in temperature between the two regions. A substance of high thermal conductivity, such as copper, is a good thermal conductor; one with low thermal conductivity, such as wood, is a poor thermal conductor. See also convection, radiation
conduction