# constant ƒ∞ngilizce - T√ºrk√ße
{s} deƒüi≈ümez
{s} sabit

Kapalƒ± bir sistem i√ßerisinde bulunan enerjilerin toplamƒ± sabit kalƒ±r. - In a closed system the sum of the contained energies remains constant.

Kan akƒ±≈üƒ± genellikle sabit ve s√ºreklidir. - The blood stream is usually constant and continuous.

{s} daimi

Bu daimi bir sorundur. - This is a constant problem.

Evi terk ettiƒüinden beri hayat onun i√ßin daimi bir m√ºcadele haline geldi. - Life seems to have been a constant struggle for her ever since she left home.

{s} duraƒüan
{s} s√ºrekli

Karƒ±sƒ± ona s√ºrekli dƒ±rdƒ±r ediyor. - His wife nags him constantly.

O, s√ºrekli nevraljiden acƒ± √ßekmektedir. - She suffers from constant neuralgia.

sabit olan ≈üey
sabite
deƒüi≈ümez katsayƒ±
aralƒ±ksƒ±z
(Matematik) deƒüi≈ümez nicelik
muntazam
kararlƒ±
payidar
hakikatli
sabit katsayƒ±
sabit deƒüer
vefalƒ±
dire≈üimli
metin
sebatk√¢r
biteviye
constantly daima
(isim) konstant
{s} ƒ±srarlƒ±
{s} sebatlƒ±
{i} konstant

Konstantinopolis 1453'te Osmanlƒ± T√ºrklerinin eline d√º≈üt√º. - Constantinople fell to the hands of the Ottoman Turks in 1453.

Konstantinopolis'in fethi, Orta √áaƒü'ƒ±n sonunu i≈üaret eder. - The conquest of Constantinople marks the end of the Middle Ages.

{i} mat. deƒüi≈ümez nicelik, sabit sayƒ±, sabite
{i} sabit ≈üey
(Matematik) sabit sayƒ±
durgan
deƒüi≈ümeyen

Deƒüi≈üim deƒüi≈ümeyen tek ≈üeydir. - Change is the only constant.

constant bit rate
constant costs
(Ticaret) sabit maliyetler
constant mass
(Tƒ±p) sabit k√ºtle
constant pressure
(Otomotiv) sabit basƒ±n√ßta
constant value
(Bilgisayar) sabit deƒüeri
constant velocity
soƒüutucu hƒ±zƒ±
constant acceleration
sabit ivme
constant angle arch
sabit a√ßƒ±lƒ± kemer
constant area
deƒüi≈ümez alan
constant current
sabit akƒ±m
constant current curve
sabit akƒ±m eƒürisi
constant current modulation
sabit akƒ±mlƒ± mod√ºlasyon
constant current transformer
sabit akƒ±m transformat√∂r√º
constant degree of humidity
sabit nemlilik derecesi
constant error
sabit hata
constant field
sabit alan
constant fraction
sabit kesir
constant frequency
sabit frekans
constant frequency oscillator
sabit frekanslƒ± osilat√∂r
constant function
sabit fonksiyon
constant level carburettor
sabit seviyeli karb√ºrat√∂r
constant level chart
sabit seviye kartƒ±
sabit y√ºk
constant mesh gear
senkrome√ß di≈üli
constant monomial
sabit tekterimli
constant of friction
s√ºrt√ºnme katsayƒ±sƒ±
constant of integration
integral sabiti
constant of precession
presesyon sabiti
constant of universal gravitation
evrensel gravitasyon sabiti
constant of variation
deƒüi≈ükenlik sabiti
constant potential
sabit potansiyel
constant quantity
sabit miktar
constant resistance network
sabit diren√ß devresi
constant speed
sabit hƒ±z
constant speed motor
sabit hƒ±zlƒ± motor
constant speed propeller
sabit hƒ±zlƒ± pervane
constant temperature
sabit sƒ±caklƒ±k
constant term
sabit terim
constant velocity
sabit hƒ±z
constant velocity universal joint
sabit hƒ±zlƒ± kardan mafsalƒ±
constant voltage
sabit gerilim
constant voltage transformer
sabit gerilim transformat√∂r√º
constant weight
sabit aƒüƒ±rlƒ±k
constant wind velocity
sabit r√ºzgar hƒ±zƒ±
constant altitude
(Havacƒ±lƒ±k) Sabit irtifa

you must increase power to maintain a constant altitute.

constant dollars
sabit dolar
constant force
sabit kuvvet
constant growth
s√ºrekli b√ºy√ºme
constant linear velocity
sabit √ßizgisel hƒ±z
constant opposition
s√ºrekli kar≈üƒ±tlƒ±k
constant payment
sabit √∂deme, deƒüi≈ümez √∂deme
constant rate
Sabit debi
constant time delay
(Eƒüitim) Sabit bekleme s√ºreli √∂ƒüretim tekniƒüi
constant bleed orifice
(ƒ∞n≈üaat) sabit akƒ±≈ü aƒüzƒ±
constant bleed valve
(ƒ∞n≈üaat) yakƒ±tƒ±n tanka geri d√∂n√º≈ü valfi
constant cost
(Ticaret) sabit masraf
constant current
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) deƒüi≈ümez akƒ±m
constant dollars
(Ticaret) sabit dolar fiyatƒ± ile deƒüer
constant element
(Ticaret) sabit eleman
constant entropy
sabit entropi
constant feeding
(Tekstil) normal diki≈ü
constant function
(Matematik) durgan i≈ülev
(Jeoloji) sabit seviye
sabit seviyeli ge√ßirimlilik deneyi
deƒüi≈ümez y√ºk
constant moisture
sabit rutubet
constant moisture
sabit nem
constant monomial
(Matematik) durgan tekterimli
constant of the cone
(Askeri) KONƒ∞ SABƒ∞Tƒ∞: Lambert konik ortomorfik projeksiyonu i√ßin grid factor'e bakƒ±nƒ±z. Ayrƒ±ca bakƒ±nƒ±z: "convergence factor"
constant payment
(Ticaret) deƒüi≈ümez √∂deme
constant payment
(Ticaret) sabit √∂deme
constant potential circuit
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) sabit potansiyel devresi
constant price
sabit fiyat
constant product curve
e≈ü √ºr√ºn eƒürisi
constant returns
sabit getiriler
constant returns to scale
√∂l√ßeƒüe g√∂re sabit getiriler
constant strategy
deƒüi≈ümez strateji
constant system
sabit parametreli sistem
constant term
(Matematik) durgan terim
coupling constant
kavrama sabiti
coupling constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) baƒülanma sabiti
constantly
sƒ±k√ßa
constantly
s√ºrekli

Karƒ±sƒ± ona s√ºrekli dƒ±rdƒ±r ediyor. - His wife nags him constantly.

ƒ∞nsanlar kendilerini d√º≈ü√ºnemedikleri i√ßin onu s√ºrekli ba≈ükalarƒ±nƒ± kopyalayan insanlar yaparlar. - People who are constantly copying others do it because they can't think for themselves.

constantly
devamlƒ±/sabit olarak
constantly
m√ºkerrer olarak
constantly
durmaksƒ±zƒ±n
constantly
sabit d√ºzeyde
constantly
ikide birde
constantly
ikide bir
dielectric constant
(Jeoloji) dielektrik sabit
dielectric constant
(Gƒ±da) dielektrik deƒüi≈ümezi
piecewise constant signal
(Bilgisayar) par√ßalƒ± sabit sinyal
piecewise constant signal
par√ßalƒ± deƒüi≈ümez sinyal
solar constant
solar constant
(Aydƒ±nlatma) g√ºne≈ü deƒüi≈ümezi
stability constant
(Denizbilim) kalƒ±mlƒ±lƒ±k deƒüi≈ümezi
stability constant
(Kimya) kararlƒ±lƒ±k sabiti
arbitrary constant
keyfi sabit
attenuation constant
aten√ºasyon sabiti
cell constant
h√ºcre sabiti
constantly
constantly
s√ºrekli olarak

S√ºrekli olarak isimleri unutuyorum. - I am constantly forgetting names.

Annesi s√ºrekli olarak bundan ≈üik√¢yet ediyor. - His mother is constantly complaining about it.

constantly
sƒ±k sƒ±k

Tom sƒ±k sƒ±k kendisiyle √ßeli≈üir. - Tom constantly contradicts himself.

Sana sƒ±k sƒ±k sigara i√ßme,o ≈üekilde sigara i√ßme deniliyorsa, d√º≈ü√ºnmeye ba≈üla, belki sigara i√ßmek toplum ahlakƒ±na ya da bir ≈üeye y√∂nelik tehdittir. - When you are constantly told no smoking, no smoking like that, you start thinking, maybe smoking really is a threat to public morals or something.

constantly
devamlƒ±
constantly
daima

Daima kendi kendime lakƒ±rdƒ± ederim. - I constantly talk to myself.

decay constant
bozunum sabiti
dielectric constant
dielektrik sabiti
dielectric constant
dielektrik katsayƒ±sƒ±
dielectric phase constant
dielektrik faz sabiti
diffusion constant
dif√ºzyon sabitesi
dissociation constant
√ß√∂z√º≈ü√ºm katsayƒ±sƒ±
dissociation constant
bozunma sabitesi
distributed constant
daƒüƒ±tƒ±lmƒ±≈ü sabit
equilibrium constant
denge sabiti
force constant
kuvvet katsayƒ±sƒ±
image attenuation constant
g√∂r√ºnt√º zayƒ±flama sabiti
image phase constant
g√∂r√ºnt√º faz sabiti
instruction constant
komut deƒüi≈ümezi
ionization constant
iyonla≈üma sabiti
lattice constant
kafes sabitesi
law of constant proportions
sabit oranlar kanunu
time constant
zaman sabiti
Fermi constant
Fermi sabitesi
a constant vigil
gece boyu uyanƒ±k kalmak
absolute constant
Mutlak sabit
absorption constant
emme sabit
constants
sabitler
dielectric constant
Dielekrik sabiti
disintegration constant
par√ßalanma sabiti, bozunum sabiti
dissociation constant
bozunma sabitesi, √ß√∂z√º≈ü√ºm katsayƒ±sƒ±
frictional constant
S√ºrt√ºnme katsayƒ±sƒ±, s√ºrt√ºnme sabiti
galvanometer constant
galvanometre sabiti
gravitational constant
gravitasyon sabitesi, aginim deƒüi≈ümezi
in constant
s√ºrekli olarak
logical constant
mantƒ±ksal sabit
near-constant
neredeyse s√ºrekli
network constant
≈üebeke sabitesi
oscillation constant
titre≈üim sabiti
photoelectric constant
fotoelektrik sabiti
rate constant
s√ºrat sabiti, hƒ±z durgani
remain constant
sabit kalƒ±r
screening constant
perdeleme sabiti
solar constant
G√úNE≈û SABƒ∞TESƒ∞: Arzƒ±n g√ºne≈ü etrafƒ±ndaki y√∂r√ºngesinin ortalama yarƒ± √ßapƒ±nda, engelsiz g√ºne≈ü ƒ±≈üƒ±nlarƒ±na maruz saha birimine gelen enerji miktarƒ±
spring constant
Esneklik sabiti
transfer constant
transfer sabiti
universal constant
evrensel sabit
wavelength constant
dalga boyu sabitesi
attenuation constant
aten√ºasyon katsayƒ±sƒ±
be constant
sebat etmek
boltzmann constant
boltzmann sabiti
character constant
karakter deƒüi≈ümezi
decay constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) bozunma/bozunum sabiti,bozunum deƒüi≈ümezi
declination constant
(Askeri) ƒ∞BRE ƒ∞NHƒ∞RAFI (ƒ∞NHƒ∞RAF SABƒ∞TESƒ∞) ; SABƒ∞T ƒ∞BRE SAPMASI: Bir pusulada okunan deƒüerlere uygulanan ve hakiki veya grid kuzeyi ile aletin g√∂sterdiƒüi manyetik kuzey arasƒ±nda, saat yelkovanƒ± d√∂n√º≈ü istikametindeki a√ßƒ±yƒ± temsil eden, sabit bir d√ºzeltme miktarƒ±
derivative action time constant
turevsel eylem zaman degismezi
disintegration constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) bozunma sabiti,par√ßalanma sabiti
distributed constant
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) daƒüƒ±lmƒ±≈ü sabit
effective multiplication constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) etkin √ßoƒüaltma sabiti
elastic constant
elastik sabit
equilibrium constant
(Tƒ±p) denge sabitesi
equilibrium constant
(Kimya) denge durganƒ±
fine structure constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) ince yapƒ± deƒüi≈ümezi
geometric constant
geometrik sabit
geophysical constant
(Askeri) JEOFƒ∞Zƒ∞K DEƒûƒ∞≈ûMEZ (HV.): Yer fiziƒüi biliminde kullanƒ±lan fiziksel bir kanun veya kuvvete ait sabit bir deƒüeri ifade eden bir miktar. √ñrneƒüin √ßekim deƒüi≈ümez
gravitational constant
gravitasyonal sabit (g)
have in constant wear
s√ºrekli giymek
have in constant wear
yanƒ±ndan ayƒ±rmamak
henry√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s constant
infinite multiplication constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) sonsuz ortam √ßoƒüaltma sabiti
instability constant
stabilitesizlik sabiti
instrument constant
(Ticaret) cihaz sabiti
instrument constant
alet sabiti
integral action time constant
tumlenik davranis zaman sabiti
lames constant
lame sabiti
line of constant bearing
(Askeri) SABƒ∞T KERTERƒ∞Z HATTI: Sabit veya hareket halindeki bir noktadan hareket halinde veya sabit bir noktaya √ßekilen ve bir referans hattƒ±na nazaran sabit bir a√ßƒ± deƒüerini muhafaza eden bir hat
line of constant bearing
multiplication constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) √ßoƒüaltma sabiti
numeric constant
sayƒ±sal deƒüi≈ümez
partition constant
(Tƒ±p) partitisyon katsayƒ±sƒ±
phase constant
evre degismezi
piecewise constant signal
parcali degismez sinyal
planck constant
(N√ºkleer Bilimler) planck sabiti
ƒ∞ngilizce - ƒ∞ngilizce
Steady in purpose, action, feeling, etc
A quantity that remains at a fixed value throughout a given discussion
Unchanged through time or space; permanent
Any property of an experiment, determined numerically, that does not change under given circumstances
Consistently recurring over time; persistent
An identifier that is bound to an invariant value
That which is permanent or invariable
{s} continuous; firm, steadfast, unmoving; faithful
{a} firm, unchangeable, certain, fixed
A number that does not change in value in a given situation
continually recurring or continuing without interruption; "constant repetition of the exercise"; "constant chatter of monkeys
A variable whose value may not be changed In Java, these are implemented by final variables constructor A constructor is automatically called when an instance of its class is created A constructor always has the same name as its class, and has no return type For instance public class Ship { public Ship(String name){ } } A class with no explicit constructor has an implicit no-arg constructor, which takes no arguments and has an empty body
{i} number with a fixed value (Mathematics)
A constant is a fixed number
The constants in an experiment are all the factors that do not change These will vary depending on what question is being addressed In a bioassay experiment, usually the temperature is kept constant However, if the question being investigated were, "How does temperature affect lettuce seed germination and growth?" then in this case the temperature would be a variable rather than a constant
A value that does not change In NewtonScript the value of the constant is substituted wherever the constant is used in code Source: NPG
A value in a software program that never changes, as opposed to a variable which can change
a quantity that does not vary a number representing a quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context; "the velocity of light is a constant"
uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing; "the ceaseless thunder of surf"; "in constant pain"; "night and day we live with the incessant noise of the city"; "the never-ending search for happiness"; "the perpetual struggle to maintain standards in a democracy"; "man's unceasing warfare with drought and isolation"; "unremitting demands of hunger"
A number expressing some property or condition of a substance or of an instrument of precision; as, the dielectric constant of quartz; the collimation constant of a transit instrument
Not liable, or given, to change; permanent; regular; continuous; continually recurring; steadfast; faithful; not fickle
steadfast in purpose or devotion or affection; "a man constant in adherence to his ideals"; "a constant lover"; "constant as the northern star"
(n ) A data item that keeps the same value throughout a program's run cycle Contrast with variable
("to stand firm"): an algebraic term that consists of a number by itself A constant is a term with unchanging value The degree of a constant term is 0 Examples
any fundamental value (either with units or dimensionless) inherent to the Universe; the fundamental physical constants include the speed of light c, Planck's constant h, the gravitational constant G, Boltzmann's constant k, the gas constant R, and many others
persistent in occurrence and unvarying in nature; "maintained a constant temperature"; "a constant beat"; "principles of unvarying validity"; "a steady breeze"
The sum produced by each row, column, and main diagonal (and possibly other arrangements) Also called the magic sum The constant (S) of a normal magic square is (n3+n)/2 If the magic square consists of consecutive numbers, but not starting at 1, the constant is (n3+n)/2+n(a-1) where a equals the starting number If the magic square consists of numbers with a fixed increment, then S = an + b(n/2)(n2-1) where a = starting number and b = increment See Series For a normal magic square, S = ¬Ω n(n2+1) For a normal magic cube, S = ¬Ω n(n3+1) For a tesseract S = ¬Ω n(n4+1) In general; for a d-dimensional hypercube S = ¬Ω n(nd+1) For a normal magic star, when n is the order, S = 4n + 2 See Magic Star Definitions
A quantity that does not change its value, no matter what happens to other related variables
A data object whose value cannot be changed A named entity with the PARAMETER attribute is called a named constant A constant without a name is called a literal constant
A data item with a value that does not change during program execution
A named item that retains a constant value throughout the execution of a program Constants can be used anywhere in your code in place of actual values A constant can be a string or numeric literal, another constant, or any combination that includes arithmetic or logical operators except Is and exponentiation For example: Const A = "MyString"
A variable or object whose value doesn't change
(n ) a data object whose value must not change during execution of an executable program In Fortran 90 it may be a named constant or a literal constant, whereas in Fortran 77 a constant may only be a literal constant
Contrasted with variable
Consistent; logical
A quantity that does not change its value; used in countradistinction to variable
Mathematical constants are generally represented by empty elements and are distinguished from functions by the fact that they are not used as the first argument of an apply Their signature is simply the type of the object they represent
A constant is a thing or value that always stays the same. In the world of fashion it sometimes seems that the only constant is ceaseless change variable. Boltzmann constant Constant de Rebecque Henri Benjamin cosmological constant elastic constant Hubble's constant
If an amount or level is constant, it stays the same over a particular period of time. The average speed of the winds remained constant. = stable
The simplest possible shader: includes only the surface color, which is constant across the surface This is because surface normal, reflectance and lighting information are not calculated at all Useful with texture mapped surfaces when the texture image is preferred to reproduce on the object as close to the original color as possible
1 A constant binding 2 A literal constant 3 (~ binding) Read-only 4 (~ slot) Not assignable Constant slots do not have setter functions
A number whose value, when ascertained (as by observation) and substituted in a general mathematical formula expressing an astronomical law, completely determines that law and enables predictions to be made of its effect in particular cases
Remaining unchanged or invariable, as a quantity, force, law, etc
A data object whose value does not change during the execution of a program; the value is defined at the time of compilation A constant can be named (using the PARAMETER attribute or statement) or unnamed An unnamed constant is called a literal constant The value of a constant can be numeric or logical, or it can be a character string Contrast with variable
An item that represents a value that cannot be changed For Example: 123 'x'
Constants are terms introduced into CycL by explicit creation Constants such as #$BillM or #$likesAsFriend begin with "#$" Constants are one type of FORT; the other type are non-atomic terms (NAT's) For more on the syntax and usage of constants, click here That which is not subject to change; that which is invariable You use constant to describe something that happens all the time or is always there. Inflation is a constant threat He has been her constant companion for the last four months. = continual + constantly con·stant·ly The direction of the wind is constantly changing A value that doesn't change a number representing a quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context; "the velocity of light is a constant" A fixed value used in a calculated field For example, in the expression V8 + 16, the constant is 16 a quantity that does not vary continually recurring or continuing without interruption; "constant repetition of the exercise"; "constant chatter of monkeys" Firm; solid; fixed; immovable; opposed to fluid n 1 a constant form 2 a constant variable 3 a constant object 4 a self-evaluating object constant function A function whose value is the same for all the elements of its domain constant functions plural form of constant function constant of integration An unspecified constant term added to a particular antiderivative to make it represent its whole family of antiderivatives constant speed drive Something that aims at ensuring that the electric generator produces a constant frequency constant-velocity Describing a universal joint that allows constant power to be transmitted through a variable angle constant dollars Dollars reported in terms of the value they had on a previous date: "The dividend of$5 per share that was paid in 1986 was worth only $2.50 in constant dollars of 1976, when the stock was purchased." constant rate A flow rate that does not change appreciably during a test period. Flow rates are never truly constant, but changes of only a few percent do not affect the results of well-test analysis appreciably if the rate is averaged over the flow period constant time delay (Eƒüitim) Constant time delay is a techniques used in behaviour modification and experimental settings where the prompt is faded out by a fixed time delay being established between the presentation of the target stimulus and the occurence of the prompt Constant Angular Velocity CAV, revolution speed of a hard disk that does not change according to the location of data on the disk (as opposed to CLV in which the speed is faster on the inner tracks) Constant Linear Velocity CLV, flow of data at a constant speed (caused by a change in the speed of revolution of the hard disk according to the location of data - faster on the inner tracks and slower on the outer tracks) constant dollars Dollars reported in terms of the value they had on a previous date: The dividend of$5 per share that was paid in 1986 was worth only \$2.50 in constant dollars of 1976, when the stock was purchased
constant function
function which is matches all sources with the same image, y=c (Mathematics)
constant payment
payment which recurs periodically, regular payment
constant pressure
permanent pressure, endless stress
constant region
The portion of the carboxyl terminal of an immunoglobulin's heavy and light chains having an amino acid sequence that does not vary within a given class or subclass of immunoglobulin
constant velocity joint
A universal joint used especially in front-wheel drive cars that allows power to be transmitted from a transaxle to an axle or from an axle to a wheel even at sharp angles, as when the suspension moves up and down. Also called CV joint
constant velocity joints (CV)
(Otomotiv) Found mostly in front-wheel-drive cars, and on some rear-wheel-drive cars with independent rear suspension systems, these special joints transmit engine power while allowing full steering and suspension movement. They are covered by black accordion boots that protect joints and hold grease
Coulomb's constant
the constant of proportionality in the equation of Coulomb's law; numerical value depends on the units used
cosmological constant
A term added by Albert Einstein to his equations of general relativity in order to account for a supposed static universe
cosmological constant
an arbitrary constant in the equations of general relativity theory
cosmological constant
Term reluctantly added by Albert Einstein to his equations of general relativity in order to obtain a solution to the equations that described a static universe, as he believed it to be at the time. The constant has the effect of a repulsive force that acts against the gravitational attraction of matter in the universe. When Einstein heard of the evidence that the universe is expanding, he called the introduction of the cosmological constant the "biggest blunder" of his life. Recent developments suggest that in the early universe there may well have been a cosmological constant with a nonzero value
Boltzmann constant
Boltzmann's constant
Boltzmann's constant
The physical constant relating energy at the particle level with temperature observed at the bulk level. It is the gas constant R divided by the Avogadro's number NA: - k = \frac{R}{N_{\rm A}}\
Dirac constant
Planck's constant divided by 2œÄ. Also called the rationalized or reduced Planck's constant; symbol is ƒß, written in ASCII as h bar
Einstein constant
Alternative form of Einstein's constant
Einstein's constant
the coupling constant appearing in the Einstein field equation
Hubble constant
a number the expresses the rate of expansion of the universe; the velocity at which a distant object is receding from the Earth divided by its distance; its reciprocal gives the age of the universe
Hubble's constant
alternative spelling of Hubble constant
a numerical constant used in determining the electrostatic energy of each ion in a crystal
Planck's constant
the constant of proportionality relating the energy and frequency of a photon (6.626 x 10-34 joule-seconds); also related to the indeterminacy limit in the Heisenberg uncertainty principle
Rydberg constant
a universal scaling factor for all spectroscopic transitions
constantly
With steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully

Agrippa and the rest of his weeping friends earnestly besought him not to offer violence unto himself, ‚Äòwith a settled resolution he desired again they would approve of his good intent, and not seek to dehort him from it‚Äô; and so constantly died.

constantly
In an unchangeable or invariable manner; in every case
fine-structure constant
The fundamental physical value Œ±, presumed to be constant, that characterizes the strength of the electromagnetic force
fundamental constant
any of a set of physical quantities that play a fundamental role in basic theories
gas constant
a universal constant, R, that appears in the ideal gas law, (PV = nRT), derived from two fundamental constants, the Boltzman constant and Avogadro's number, (R = NAk)
gravitational constant
An empirical physical constant involved in the calculation of the gravitational attraction between objects with mass
physical constant
A physical quantity that is generally believed to be both universal in nature and constant in time
solar constant
The amount of incoming solar radiation per unit area, measured on the outer surface of Earth's atmosphere, in a plane perpendicular to the rays
spring constant
A characteristic of a spring which is defined as the ratio of the force affecting the spring to the displacement caused by it
time constant
The time in which a physical system's response to a step-wise change in an external variable reaches approximately 63% of its final (asymptotic) value
time constant
A characteristic of an exponential function, represented by œÑ in the function:

y(t) \ = \ y_o e^{-t / \tau} \ .

constantly
absolute constant
A constant that has the same value wherever it occurs in mathematics
dielectric constant
A quantity measuring the ability of a substance to store electrical energy in an electric field
frictional constant
The constant that appears in Newton's second law to measure the strength of friction
Benjamin Constant
born Oct. 25, 1767, Lausanne, Switz. died Dec. 8, 1830, Paris, France French-Swiss novelist and political writer. He had a tumultuous 12-year relationship with Germaine de Sta√´ l, whose views influenced him to support the French Revolution and subsequently to oppose Napoleon, for which he was exiled (1803-14). He later served in the Chamber of Deputies (1819-30). Adolphe (1816) was a forerunner of the modern psychological novel. Among his other works are the long historical analysis of religious feeling De la Religion, 5 vol. (1824-31) and his revealing journals (first complete publication, 1952)
Boltzmann constant
Ratio of the universal gas constant (see gas laws) to Avogadro's number. It has a value of 1.380662 10^-23 joules per kelvin. Named after Ludwig Boltzmann, it is a fundamental constant of physics, occurring in nearly every statistical formulation of both classical and quantum physics
Henri- Benjamin Constant de Rebecque
born Oct. 25, 1767, Lausanne, Switz. died Dec. 8, 1830, Paris, France French-Swiss novelist and political writer. He had a tumultuous 12-year relationship with Germaine de Sta√´ l, whose views influenced him to support the French Revolution and subsequently to oppose Napoleon, for which he was exiled (1803-14). He later served in the Chamber of Deputies (1819-30). Adolphe (1816) was a forerunner of the modern psychological novel. Among his other works are the long historical analysis of religious feeling De la Religion, 5 vol. (1824-31) and his revealing journals (first complete publication, 1952)
Hubble's constant
Constant used to relate the velocities of remote galaxies to their distances from Earth. Denoted H and named in honour of Edwin Hubble, it expresses the rate of expansion of the universe. Its actual value has been debated for decades; improved measurements have narrowed the range in which it falls to about 10.5-14 mi/second (17-23 km/second) per million light-years. The reciprocal of H gives the time, in seconds, since the galaxies began to separate from each other i.e., the approximate age of the universe. Hubble used the redshifts of distant galaxies measured by Vesto Slipher (1875-1969) and his own distance estimates of those galaxies to establish the cosmological velocity-distance law (Hubble law): velocity = H distance, according to which the greater a galaxy's distance, the faster it is receding. Derived from theoretical considerations and confirmed by observations, the Hubble law has made secure the concept of an expanding universe
Planck's constant
The constant of proportionality relating the energy of a photon to the frequency of that photon. Its value is approximately 6.626 × 10- joule-seconds
boltzmann's constant
constant used in the calculation of the ideal gas constant
constantly
without interruption; "the world is constantly changing"
constantly
Recurring regularly
constantly
without variation or change; "constantly kind and gracious
constantly
In a loyal or faithful manner
constantly
without interruption; "the world is constantly changing" seemingly uninterrupted; "constantly bullied by his big brother"; "was perpetually answering the doorbell" without variation or change; "constantly kind and gracious
constantly
all the time, or very often
constantly
seemingly uninterrupted; "constantly bullied by his big brother"; "was perpetually answering the doorbell"
constantly
without variation or change; "constantly kind and gracious"
constantly
continuously; firmly, in a steadfast manner; faithfully
constantly
perennially
constantly
In an unchangeable or invariable manner
constantly
In a constant manner; occurring continuously; persistently
constantly
With constancy; steadily; continually; perseveringly; without cessation; uniformly
constants
Also a named means to hold data, but the data cannot change during program execution
constants
plural of constant
constants
In math, things that do not change: for example distance, volume, mass, are called constants The things that do change are called variables (cf Gathering Information from Graphs Discussion)
constants
Constants are the terms in the algebraic expression that contain only numbers That is, they're the terms without variables We call them constants because their value never changes, since there are no variables in the term that can change its value In the expression 7x2 + 3xy + 8 the constant term is "8 "
constants
Constants are used to substitute words for integers, which are frequently used throughout a program Here the constants refers to hardware of the box as denoted by the function of each constant and corresponding integer (e g , Hand switch, RightLever), always defined before the execution of the first state set
constants
Numbers such as 3 or 27 Placed on right side of equation; also called knowns
dielectric constant
the specific inductive capacity or a dielectric That property of a dielectric which determines the electrostatic energy stored per unit volume for unit potential gradient
dielectric constant
Also called permittivity That property of a dielectric which determines the amount of electrostatic energy that can be stored by the material when a given voltage is applied to it Actually, the ratio of the capacitance of a capacitor using the dielectric to the capacitance of an identical capacitor using a vacuum as a dielectric
dielectric constant
the ratio of the permittivity of a medium to that of a vacuum
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacitance levels achieved with an insulating material and vacuum That property of a dielectric which determines the electrostatic energy stored per unit volume for unit potential gradient Also referred to as Permittivity or Specific Inductive Capacity (SIC)
dielectric constant
The dielectric constant of a material (wood) is the ratio of the electric potential energy stored in a certain volume of the material in a given electric field to the corresponding energy stored in the same volume of free space in the same electric field
dielectric constant
-A number that describes the dielectric strength of a material relative to a vacuum, which has a dielectric constant of one
dielectric constant
That property (K) of an insulating material which is the ratio of the parallel capacitance (C) of a given configuration of electrodes with the material as the dielectric, to the capacitance of the same electrode configuration with a vacuum as the dielectric
dielectric constant
The capacitance developed by an insulating material placed between two electrodes as compared to only air between the same electrodes
dielectric constant
The term used to describe a material's ability to store charge when used as a capacitor dielectric It is the ratio of the charge that would be stored with free space to that stored with the material in question as the dielectric
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacitance using the material in question as the dielectric, to the capacitance resulting when the material is replaced by air
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacitance of a material to the capacitance of air
dielectric constant
The ratio of electric flux density to electric field
dielectric constant
(K) -- The ratio of the capacitance of a condenser with dielectric between the electrodes to the capacitance when air is between the electrodes
dielectric constant
The specific inductive capacity of a dielectric That property of a dielectric which determines the electrostatic energy stored per unit volume for unit potential gradient The dielectric constant of a medium is defined by e in the equation F = QQ1/er2 , where F is the force of attraction between two charges Q and Q1 separated by a distance r in a uniform medium
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacity of a condenser (made with a dielectric material) to the capacity of the same condenser (with air as the dielectric) Measured at a frequency of 10E6 cycles per second
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacitance with a particular material separating the plates of a capacitor to the capacitance with a vacuum between the plates
dielectric constant
the ratio of capacitance of a capacitor with a dielectric between the electrodes to the capacitance of a capacitor with air between the electrodes
dielectric constant
The property of a dielectric which determines the amount of electrostatic energy that can be stored by the material when a given voltage is applied to it Also called permattivity
dielectric constant
The ratio of the capacity of a condenser having a dielectric constant between the plates to that of the same condenser when the dielectric is replaced by a vacuum; a measure of the electrical charge stored per unit volume at unit potential
dielectric constant
Related to the force of attraction between two opposite charges separated by a distance in a uniform medium
dielectric constant
– - the ratio of capacitance with a dielectric between the plates to the capacitance with a vacuum between the plates (see equation 17 13)
dielectric constant
For a given substance, the ratio of the capacity of a condenser with that substance as dielectric to the capacity of the same condenser with a vacuum for dielectric It is a measure, therefore, of the amount of electrical charge a given substance can withstand at a given electric field strength; it should not be confused with dielectric strength
dielectric constant
A parameter characterzing the relative ability of a dielectric material in a capacitor to produce energy storage The higher the number the better the capacitor
dielectric constant
Also called permitivity That property of a dielectric which determines the amount of electrostatic energy that can be stored by the material when a given voltage is applied to it Example: the ratio of capacitance of a capacitor using the dielectric to the capacitance of an identical capacitor using a vacuum as a dielectric
dissociation constant
the equilibrium constant for a reversible dissociation
dissociation constant
A value that quantitatively expresses the extent to which a substance dissociates in solution The smaller the value of K, the less dissociation of the species in solution This value varies with temperature, ionic strength, and the nature of the solvent
dissociation constant
the inverse of the formation constant, which is the equilibrium constant for the reaction in which ligands replace water molecules in binding to a complex ion So if the dissociation constant is high, the formation constant is low and fewer ligands are binding with metal ions
dissociation constant
A value which quantitatively expresses the extent to which a substance dissociates in solution The smaller the value of K, the less dissociation of the species in solution This value varies with temperature, ionic strength, and the nature of the solvent
dissociation constant
the equilibrium constant for the decomposition of a complex ion into its components in solution
dissociation constant
Equilibrium constant that applies to the dissociation of a comples ion into a simple ion and coordinating species (ligands)
dissociation constant
For systems in which ¬∞ligands of a particular kind bind to a ¬∞receptor in a solvent there will be a characteristic frequency with which existing ligand-receptor complexes dissociate as a result of thermal excitation, and a characteristic frequency with which empty receptors bind ligands as a result of Brownian encounters, forming new complexes The frequency of binding is proportional to the concentration of the ligand in solution The dissociation constant is the magnitude of the ligand concentration at which the probability that the receptor will be found occupied is 1/2
equilibrium constant
(chemistry) the ratio of concentrations when equilibrium is reached in a reversible reaction (when the rate of the forward reaction equals the rate of the reverse reaction)
gas constant
3143 joules per kelvin per mole
gas constant
(physics) the universal constant in the gas equation: pressure times volume = R times temperature; equal to 8
gas constant
A constant, equal to 8.314 joules per Kelvin or 1.985 calories per degree Celsius, that is the constant of proportionality (R) in the equation Pressure × Volume = n (number of moles) × (R) × Temperature, relating the pressure and volume of a quantity of gas to the absolute temperature
gravitational constant
(physics) the universal constant relating force to mass and distance in Newton's law of gravitation
gravitational constant
The constant in Newton's law of gravitation that yields the force one body exerts on another when multiplied by the product of the masses of the two bodies and divided by the square of the distance between them. It equals 6.67 × 10-
hubble's constant
(cosmology) the ratio of the speed of recession of a galaxy (due to the expansion of the universe) to its distance from the observer; the reciprocal of the Hubble constant is the age of the universe
law of constant proportion
(chemistry) law stating that every pure substance always contains the same elements combined in the same proportions by weight
planck's constant
626 x 10\-34 joule-second
planck's constant
the constant of proportionality relating the energy of a photon to its frequency; approximately 6
smoothing constant
(Ticaret) The number used in exponential smoothing models to give the most recent period a different weight than the previous periods. (syn: alpha smoothing factor)
solar constant
The average density of solar radiation measured outside Earth's atmosphere and at Earth's mean distance from the sun, equal to 0.140 watt per square centimeter
solar constant
the rate at which radiant solar energy is received at the outer layer of the earth's atmosphere
time constant
the ratio of the inductance of a circuit in henries to its resistance in ohms (electronics) the time required for the current or voltage in a circuit to rise or fall exponentially through approximately 63 per cent of its amplitude
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