damping

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zayıflatma
yumuşatma
(Sinema) nemletme
(Fizik) itfa
yatıştırma
söndürme
azaltma
yutma
{f} indirim yap
{i} damping
amortisman
sönüm
ıslatma
(isim) ıslatma
SoNuM
(Nükleer Bilimler) sönümleme
(Ticaret) indirim yapmak
nemlendirme
(Ticaret) indirim yaparak
damp
rutubet
damp
rutubetli
damping coil
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) durdurma bobini
damping factor
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) sönüm katsayısı
damping off
çökerten hastalığı
damping ratio
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) sönüm oranı
damping circuit
amortisör devre
damping coil
sönüm bobini
damping factor
amortisman faktörü
damping force
amortisman kuvveti
damping magnet
sönüm mıknatısı
damping resistance
sönüm direnci
damping spring
tampon yayı
damping coefficient
sönümleme katsayısı
damping effect
sönümleme etkisi
damping agent
(Tekstil) buharlama maddesi
damping agent
(Tıp) ıslatıcı madde
damping chamber
sönümleme odası
damping circuit
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) kenetleme devresi
damping circuit
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kaskı devresi
damping circuit
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) bloke devresi
damping compound
süspansiyon terkibi
damping curve
sönüm eğrisi
damping cylinder
(Tekstil) amortisman piyonu
damping diode
(Elektrik, Elektronik) kaskı diyodu
damping diode
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) kenetleyici diyot
damping effect
sönüm tesiri
damping element
süspansiyon elemanı
damping loss
sönümleme kaybı
damping matting
(Otomotiv) sönümleyici malzeme
damping piston
süspansiyon pistonu
damping plate
süspansiyon diski
damping rate
(Askeri) baskı oranı
damping ratio
sonum orani
damping resistance force
titreşim azaltma kuvveti
damping ring
süspansiyon halkası
damping rod
yardımcı piston kolu
damping spring
süspansiyon yayı
damping torque
(Bilgisayar) söndürme burusu
damping torque
söndürme borusu
damping torque
sondurme burusu
damping valve
(Askeri) yatıştırma supabı
damping valve
(Askeri) kısma supabı
damping valve
(Askeri) nemlendirme supabı
damping valve
(Askeri) rutubetlendirme supabı
damping valve
(Askeri) sindirme supabı
damping valve
(Askeri) sönükleştirme supabı
damp
{i} nem

Bugün nemli ve soğuk, değil mi? - It is damp and cold today, isn't it?

Soğuk ve nemli günler sağlığın için kötüdür. - Cold, damp days are bad for your health.

damp
(Ticaret) indirim yapmak
damp
(Ticaret) indirim
damp
(Tıp) damp
damp
(Havacılık) sönümlemek
damp
(Fizik) itfa etmek
damp
hafifçe ıslatmak
damp
(Gıda) sönümleme
damp
bastırmak
critical damping
kritik amortisman
damp
(ateşi) yavaşlatmak
damp
boğmak
damp
küllemek
damp
ıslaklık
damp
{f} indirim yap
inertial damping
atalet sönümü
magnetic damping
manyetik amortisman
periodic damping
periyodik sönüm
damp
nemli

Soğuk ve nemli günler sağlığın için kötüdür. - Cold, damp days are bad for your health.

Nemli bir bezle pencereyi temizle. - Clean the window with a damp cloth.

air damping
hava sönümleme
error rate damping
hata oranı sönümü
radiation damping
radyasyon amortismani, isinimla sonum
attenuation damping
(Çevre) azalım sönümlenmesi
coulomb damping
(Havacılık) kuru sürtünme sonumu
coulomb damping
(Havacılık) coulomb sonumu
damp
{i} aksatma
damp
{f} gücünü azaltmak
damp
{i} grizu
damp
{f} köreltmek
damp
{f} sindirmek
damp
nemli,v.indirim yap: n.indirim
damp
{i} su buharı
damp
{f} ıslatmak
damp
{s} nemli, rutubetli, yaş
damp
{f} nemlendirmek
damp
üzüntü
damp
{i} cesaretini kırma

Yenilgi, onun cesaretini kırmadı. - The defeat didn't dampen his spirits.

damp
{i} keder
damp
{f} yavaşlatmak, durdurmak
damp
{f} hararetini azaltmak
damp
{s} ıslak

O ıslak havluyu çantaya koyma. - Don't put that damp towel into the bag.

damp
söndürmek
hysteresis damping
(Çevre) histeresis sönümü
internal damping
(Çevre) içsel sönüm
overcritical damping
(overdamping) asiri sonum
radiation damping
(Fizik) ışınımla sönüm
radiation damping
(Fizik) radyasyon amortismanı
radiation damping
radyasyon sönmesi
throttle plate damping
(Otomotiv) gaz kelebeği sönümleyicisi
undercritical damping
(underdamping) eksik sonum
viscous damping
(Çevre) viskoz sönümleme
viscous damping
(Askeri) akışmazlığın yokolması
Türkçe - Türkçe
Mal ve hizmetlerin zararına satışı
Ucuzluk
bakınız ucuzluk
Milletler arası pazarları elde etmek veya elindeki malı elden çıkarmak için düşük fiyatla satma
DAMPİNG
(Osmanlı Dönemi) ing. Bir pazarı elde etmek veya bir malı elden çıkartabilmek için benzerlerinden çok düşük fiyatla satma
İngilizce - İngilizce
The reduction in the magnitude of oscillations by the dissipation of energy
The stabilization of a physical system by reducing oscillation
Present participle of damp
Refers to the ability of an audio component to "stop" after the signal ends For example, if a drum is struck with a mallet, the sound will reach a peak level and then decay in a certain amount of time to no sound An audio component that allows the decay to drag on too long has poor damping, and less definition than it should An audio component that is overdamped does not allow the initial energy to reach the full peak and cuts the decay short "Boomy" or "muddy" sound is often the result of underdamped systems "Dry" or "lifeless" sound may be the result of an overdamped system
Materials, design, and mounting techniques used to reduce ringing in the transducer
Dissipation of oscillatory or vibratory energy with motion or with time Critical damping Cc is that value of damping that provides most rapid response to a step function without overshoot Damping ratio is a fraction of Cc
{i} capacity built into a mechanical or electrical device to prevent excessive instability; making humid or wet
The process of minimizing the noise emitted from a coaster
Adjustment to suspension's shock absorbers Controls the speed of the suspension's response to a bump
- How tightly a speaker's suspension controls cone motion
The reduction in amplitude of an oscillation or vibration
the reduction of movement of a speaker cone, due either to the electromechanical characteristics of the speaker driver and suspension, the effects of frictional losses inside a speaker enclosure, and/or by electrical means
'Damping' is sometimes used to describe the way the Government phases in the effect of changes to the Standard Spending Assessment formulas It can limit the effect these changes have on Council Tax levels, and give authorities more time to adjust their spending following the changes Details of 'damping' grants for this year are given in the factsheet at the back of this guide
Causing vibrations to stop, usually by the use of friction In suspension systems, this is commonly done either by direct rubbing friction, or by pistons forcing fluids through small openings
The suppression of oscillations or disturbances; the dissipation of energy with time See viscous damping
Diminishing the intensity of vibrations
refers to the rate of decay or settling time of a signal
Reducing the volume of a note by touching the strings or using a built-in damping mechanism
A method of reducing the number of update messages sent between BGP peers, thereby reducing the load on these peers, without adversely affecting the route convergence time for stable routes
In resonant circuits, the decay of oscillations due to the resistance in the circuit
In physics, the restraint of vibratory motion, such as mechanical oscillations, noise, and alternating electric currents, by dissipating energy. Unless a child keeps pumping a swing, the back-and-forth motion decreases; damping by the air's friction opposes the motion and removes energy from the system. Viscous damping is caused by such energy losses as occur in liquid lubrication between moving parts or in a liquid forced through a small opening by a piston, as in automobile shock absorbers. Hysteresis damping involves energy loss within the moving structure itself. Other types of damping include electrical resistance, radiation, and magnetic damping
Reducing vibration
The process of applying water to the lithographic plate on a litho printing machine Also the application of moisture to paper in preparation for a subsequent process, e g supercalendering
The manner in which the pointer settles at its steady indication after a change in the value of the measured quantity There are two general classes of damped motion, as follows: Periodic, in which the pointer oscillates about the final position before coming to rest Aperiodic, in which the pointer comes to rest without overshooting the rest position The point of change between periodic and aperiodic damping is called "critical damping " An instrument is considered to be critically damped when overshoot is present but does not exceed an amount equal to one half the rated accuracy of the instrument
The reduction of vibratory movement through dissipation of energy Types include viscous, coulomb, and solid
Damping is the dissipation of vibratory energy in solid media and structures with time or distance It is analogous to the absorption of sound in air
The reduction of response at the resonant frequency through the use of a damping media such as oil Usually specified as the ratio of critical damping
The reduction in amplitude of a wave due to the dissipation of wave energy
The reduction of the magnitude of resonance by the use of some type of material The damping material converts' sound to energy, then disperses the energy by converting it to heat
The reduction of the magnitude of resonance by the use of some type of material 2
damping factor
A measure of the ability of an electronic circuit to prevent the introduction of extraneous signal resonances A damping factor of 1 0 or greater assures the suppression of such resonances In audio applications, adequate damping is particularly important in speaker and speaker enclosure responses because mechanical resonances there would disturb response flatness
damping factor
- A measurement of a power amplifier's ability to control the motion of a speaker's cone after a signal disappears Figures above 200 are considered to be good
damping factor
The ratio of the deviation of the pointer in two consecutive swings from the position of equilibrium, the greater deviation being divided by the lesser The deviations are expressed in angular degrees
damping factor
The ratio of the amplitude of any one of a series of damped oscillations to that of the following one at the same phase
damping factor
Technically, the damping factor of a system refers to the ratio of nominal loudspeaker impedance to the total impedance driving it (amplifier and speaker cable) In practice, damping is the ability of the amplifier to control speaker motion once signal has stopped A high damping factor means that the amplifier's impedance can absorb the electricity generated by speaker coil motion, stopping the speaker's vibration
damping factor
The ratio of the deviations of the pointer in two consecutive swings from the position of equilibrium, the greater deviation being divided by the lesser The deviations are expressed in angular degrees (This term in no longer in common use; it has been replaced by overshoot which is the reciprocal of the damping factor) See overshoot
damping factor
The ratio of the stall torque to the no load speed The value is governed by the total amount of resistance in the armature circuit which must include any driving power amplifier's output resistance as well The damping effect is usually insufficient for control system stability in most applications Added stabilization is provided by tachometer-generator damping or by circuit compensation
damping factor
The electrical ability of a power amplifier to precisely control the motion of a speaker cone; a higher number is usually better ( >= 50)
damping factor
A measurement of a power amplifier?s ability to control the motion of a speaker?s cone after a signal disappears   Figures above 200 are considered to be good
damping factor
The ratio of rated load impedance to the internal impedance of an amplifier The higher the value, the more efficiently an amplifier can control unwanted movement of the speaker coil A high damping factor is crucial for large speakers that reproduce bass 4
damping off
A disease of seedlings that is caused by fungi and results in wilting and death
damping off
a plant disease caused by a fungus; diseased condition of seedlings in excessive moisture
damping off fungus
fungus causing damping off disease in seedlings
damping-off
A disease of seeds and young seedlings caused by fungi and that may occur at the post-emergence stage
damping-off
The killing of young seedlings by certain fungi that cause decay of the basal stem or roots
damping-off
A disease of seeds or young seedlings caused by fungi that causes so much damage to the immature that the developing plant is killed It usually appears as a ring around the stem at soil level This can usually be averted by starting seeds in pots using sterile seed starting mix
damping-off
The killing of young seedlings by certain fungi that cause decay of the stem or roots
DAMP
Deficits in Attention, Motor coordination and Perception
damp
To put out, as fire; to depress or deject; to deaden; to cloud; to check or restrain, as action or vigor; to make dull; to weaken; to discourage
damp
Dejection or depression

It must have thrown a damp over your autumn excursion. - James David Forbes.

damp
Pertaining to or affected by noxious vapours; dejected, stupified
damp
Moisture; humidity; dampness
damp
Fog; fogginess; vapor

Night . . . with black air Accompanied, with damps and dreadful gloom. - John Milton.

damp
A gaseous product, formed in coal mines, old wells, pits, etc
damp
To dampen; to render damp; to moisten; to make humid, or moderately wet; as, to damp cloth
damp
Being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist

O'erspread with a damp sweat and holy fear - John Dryden.

damp
{n} a moisture, fog, dejection, heaviness, lowness
damp
{v} to wet, to cart down, dispirit, weaken
damp
{n} the popular name for deadly vapors pits, wells chiefly for carbonic acid gas, or hydrogenous gas
damp
{a} moist, wet foggy dejected, funk
damp
a slight wetness restrain or discourage; "the sudden bad news damped the joyous atmosphere"
damp
A gaseous product, formed in coal mines, old wells, pints, etc
damp
slightly wet; "clothes damp with perspiration"; "a moist breeze"; "eyes moist with tears
damp
{i} moisture, wetness
damp
lessen in force or effect; "soften a shock"; "break a fall"
damp
{f} diminish the intensity of, moderate; moisten; depress
damp
Something that is damp is slightly wet. Her hair was still damp She wiped the table with a damp cloth. = moist
damp
deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
damp
A climatic cause of disease which can manifest with symptoms such as aversion to damp or humidity, heavy limbs, heavy head, no appetite, a stuffy feeling in chest or epigastrium, recurrent dirty discharges or secretions and/or depressions
damp
Moisture; humidity; fog; fogginess; vapor
damp
{s} dabby
damp
Being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist; humid
damp
Thin or spotty film of moisture above freezing (32°F or 0°C) This status can only be reported by SSI ESP, and SP sites when precipitation is not occurring
damp
Damp is moisture that is found on the inside walls of a house or in the air. There was damp everywhere and the entire building was in need of rewiring. see also rising damp
damp
slightly wet; "clothes damp with perspiration"; "a moist breeze"; "eyes moist with tears"
damp
Dejection; depression; cloud of the mind
damp
a slight wetness
damp
make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible; "muffle the message"
damp
{s} wet, moist
damp
To suppress vibrations (mechanical) or oscillations (electrical) by converting energy to heat (or some other form of energy)
damp
To cause a loss or dissipation of the oscillatory or vibrational energy of an electrical or mechanical system
damp
Dejected; depressed; sunk
damp
restrain or discourage; "the sudden bad news damped the joyous atmosphere"
damp
a slight wetness restrain or discourage; "the sudden bad news damped the joyous atmosphere" slightly wet; "clothes damp with perspiration"; "a moist breeze"; "eyes moist with tears
damp
If you damp something, you make it slightly wet. Hillsden damped a hand towel and laid it across her forehead. = dampen. water in walls or in the air that causes things to be slightly wet
damp
Slightly wet; somewhat moist or wet
damp
To render damp; to moisten; to make humid, or moderately wet; to dampen; as, to damp cloth
damping