accelerator

listen to the pronunciation of accelerator
Englisch - Türkisch
hızlandırıcı

Büyük Hadron Çarpıştırıcısı dünyanın en büyük parçacık hızlandırıcısıdır. - The Large Hadron Collider is the world's largest particle accelerator.

Sami bir parçacık hızlandırıcı üzerinde çalışıyordu. - Sami was working on a particle accelerator.

(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ivdirgeç
(Tıp) akseleratör
(Teknik,Ticaret) hızlandıran
ivdireç
gaz

Sen hiç uzun bir aradan sonra arabana bindin mi ve frenle gazı karıştırdın mı? - Have you ever got in your car after a long absence and got the brake mixed up with the accelerator?

Gaz pedalına dikkatlice bastım. - I stepped carefully on the accelerator.

hızlandırıcı katkılar
ivdirici
(Denizbilim) tezleştirici
ivmelendirici
hareketlendirici
gaz pedalı

Gaz pedalına dikkatlice bastım. - I stepped carefully on the accelerator.

hızlandırıcı,gaz pedalı,sempatik sınır
{i} sempatik sinir
(Biyoloji) etkiyi hızla artıran
(Tıp) Tacil edne, hızlandıran
(Tekstil) 1. hızlanma vasıtası 2. süratlendiren
(Mimarlık) priz hızlandırıcı akseleratör
(Jeoloji) ivme kazandırıcı
accelerator cable
gaz teli
accelerator cable
(Otomotiv) gaz spirali
accelerator key
(Bilgisayar) kısayol tuşu
accelerator key
(Bilgisayar) ivmelendirme tuşu
accelerator key
(Bilgisayar) hızlandırıcı tuş
accelerator pedal
gaz pedalı
accelerator arm
(Otomotiv) gaz pedal kolu
accelerator arm bracket
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı kol braketi
accelerator card
hızlandırıcı kart
accelerator claw
kapış pompası çenesi
accelerator claw
akseleratör çenesi
accelerator coefficient
(Ticaret) hızlandıran katsayısı
accelerator effect
(Ticaret) hızlandıran etkisi
accelerator key
Hızlandırma Tuşu
accelerator lever
(Otomotiv) gaz ayar çubuğu
accelerator pedal depressed
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalına basılmış
accelerator pedal position
(Otomotiv) gaz pedal pozisyonu
accelerator pedal position
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı konumu
accelerator pedal support
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalı desteği
accelerator pedal vibration
(Otomotiv) gaz pedalının titremesi
accelerator principle
(Ticaret) hızlandıran prensibi
accelerator pump
ivme pompası
accelerator pump
kapış pompası
accelerator switch
(Otomotiv) gaz şalteri
dyeing accelerator
boyama hızlandırıcısı
induction accelerator
indüksiyon hızlandırıcı
ion accelerator
iyon hızlandırıcı
linear accelerator
lineer hızlandırıcı
particle accelerator
parçacık hızlandırıcısı
particle accelerator
tanecik hızlandırıcı
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dyeing accelerator
(Tekstil) boyama hızlandırıcı
electron accelerator
(Nükleer Bilimler) elektron hızlandırıcısı
flexible accelerator
(Ticaret) esnek hızlandırıcı
flexible accelerator model
(Ticaret) esnek hızlandıran modeli
graphic accelerator
grafik hizlandirici
linac Linear Electron Accelerator
(Nükleer Bilimler) doğrusal elektron hızlandırıcısı
linear accelerator
(Biyoloji) radyoterapide kullanılan x ışını cihazı
linear accelerator
doğrusal ivmelendirici,radyoterapide kullanılan x
linear accelerator
(Nükleer Bilimler) doğrusal hızlandırıcı,lineer akseleratör
linear electron accelerator
(Nükleer Bilimler) (linac) doğrusal elektron artifical element
reaction accelerator
(Tekstil) tepkime hızlandırıcı, reaksiyon hızlandırıcı
step on the accelerator
gaza basmak
Englisch - Englisch
One who, or that which, accelerates
An accelerator pedal
A device for causing acceleration
A substance which speeds up chemical reactions
The accelerator theory suggests that the level of net investment will be determined by the rate of change of national income If national income is growing at an increasing rate then net investment will also grow, but when the rate of growth slows net investment will fall There will then be an interaction between the multiplier and the accelerator that may cause larger fluctuations in the trade cycle For more detail on this interaction see the section on Sir Roy Harrod
A material that acts synergistically with the prompter to speed up the chemical reaction between the catalyst and the resin
In radiation science, a device that speeds up charged particles such as electrons or protons
A chemical ingredient of film or paper developers that's often referred to as an activator and speeds up the developing agents It's usally an alkali such as sodium carbonate, borax or sodium hydroxide
Any substance used in small proportion which increases the speed of a chemical reaction or hastens curing or crosslinking of a resin system
the effect on GDP of the increase in investment that results from an increase in output For instance, the greater output leads a firm to believe that the demand for its products will rise in the future; the resulting increase in investment leads to growth in output and still further increases in investment, accelerating the expansion of the economy
Any substance that increases the speed of a chemical reaction In paint terms, it usually indicates a material that hastens the curing or crosslinking of a resin system
Substance that shortens the setting times of concrete and mortar Accelerators, or accelerants, are added in cold weather when there is a danger of the concrete or mortar freezing before it can cure properly Accelerators are considered admixtures Chemical substance added to a mixture to speed up a reaction
(1) a substance added, or method used, to hasten the natural progress or process of an event or series of events, such as ink drying; (2) material which when mixed with a catalized resin, will speedup the chemical reaction between the catalyst and resin, either in polymerizing of resin or vulcanization of rubber; also referred to as a promoter
a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas"
Do not use in end-user documentation The preferred term is shortcut key Accelerator is acceptable in programmer documentation 1) A key or sequence of keys on the keyboard or multiple clicks of mouse buttons that quickly performs specific menu or application functions without using a menu 2) Motif Style Guide: See shortcut key
A machine for speeding subatomic particles to a high velocity, then colliding them with a stationary target or with another beam of particles moving in the opposite direction, producing exotic particles
A chemical that reduces the setting time of a cement slurry
material that, when mixed with a catalyst or a resin, will speed the chemical reaction between the catalyst and the resin Also called promoter
A device for imparting very high velocity to charged paticles, such as electrons or protons These fast particles can penetrate matter and are known as radiation Fast particles of this type are used in research and for studying the structure of the atom itself
A chemical additive which speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction and thereby reduces the gel time and cure time Another term is promoter
A machine used to accelerate particles to high speeds (and thus high energy compared to their rest mass-energy)
a scientific instrument that increases the kinetic energy of charged particles
Any device used to impart kinetic energy to electrically charged particles including, but not limited to, electrons, protons, deuterons and helium ions This includes equipment designed for and used only for the production of X-rays of 0 9 MeV or greater and equipment capable of discharging nuclear particles into a medium external to the accelerating device
A device used for accelerating the velocity of electrons, or nuclear particles to high energies For example, an accelerator is used in pulsed neutron logging where deuterium is accelerated to strike a tritium target to produce neutrons
A device (i e , machine) used to produce high-energy high-speed beams of charged particles, such as electrons, protons, or heavy ions, for research in high-energy and nuclear physics, synchrotron radiation research, medical therapies, and some industrial applications The accelerator at SLAC is an electron accelerator More Information: Accelerator, Accelerator Operations, Copper Structure, Your TV is an Accelerator
A key or sequence of keys (typically a modifier key and some other key) that provides a shortcut, immediately accessing a program function
Hardware that is added to improve performance of a computer, includes a combination of an accelerator board and graphics accelerator The accelerator board replaces the CPU with a higher performance model CPU and the graphics accelerator performs faster access to graphics
(chemistry) a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected
Device used to increase the energy of particles, which then collide with other particles Major types are linear accelerators and circular accelerators The name refers to the path taken by the accelerated particle
A device that speeds up the operation of a subsystem
a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine
1 A key or sequence of keys on the keyboard or multiple clicks of mouse buttons that quickly performs specific menu or application functions without using a menu
The accelerator in a car or other vehicle is the pedal which you press with your foot in order to make the vehicle go faster. He eased his foot off the accelerator
a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine a scientific instrument that increases the kinetic energy of charged particles a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas
{i} gas pedal of a motor vehicle; (Computers) expansion card or other hardware item that accelerates specific computer operations (such as the processing of graphics, floating-point calculations, etc.)
accelerator pedal
as, accelerator nerves
Also as an adj
(Otomotiv) Otherwise know as the gas pedal, it is the pedal that makes the car go faster the further it is depressed
accelerator key
A keyboard shortcut
accelerator keys
plural form of accelerator key
accelerator mass spectrometry
A form of mass spectrometry in which ions are accelerated to extraordinarily high kinetic energies before mass analysis
accelerator board
A printed circuit board that enhances a computer's performance by substituting a faster microprocessor without replacing the entire motherboard and associated components. Also called accelerator card
accelerator key
key combination which allows fast access to particular operations
accelerator mass spectrometry
Mass spectroscopy in which a particle accelerator is used to disassociate molecules, ionize atoms, and accelerate the ions
accelerator pedal
A foot-operated device for controlling the flow of fuel into the engine
accelerator pedal
A foot operated device which, directly or indirectly, controls the flow of fuel and/or air to the engine, controlling engine rpm Also called the gas pedal See Throttle
accelerator pedal
accelerator: a pedal that controls the throttle valve; "he stepped on the gas"
laser-plasma accelerator
A kind of plasma accelerator that utilize an amplitude-modulated intense laser beam to excite a large amplitude plasma wave that propagates at near the speed of light with a longitudinal acceleration electric field
particle accelerator
A device that accelerates electrically charged particles to extremely high speeds, for the purpose of inducing high energy reactions or producing high energy radiation
plasma accelerator
A particle accelerator that uses plasma as the medium of the accelerating field instead of a vacuum, to obtain a larger accelerating gradient
plasma wakefield accelerator
A device in which a drive beam (either laser or particle) produces a plasma wave ("wakefield") that accelerates charged particles in a relatively short distance
accelerators
Admixtures that decrease the setting time by increasing the rate of hydration
accelerators
plural of accelerator
charge-exchange accelerator
an accelerator in which high-energy ions escape from plasma following charge exchange
cockcroft and walton accelerator
a high-voltage machine in which rectifiers charge capacitors that discharge and drive charged particles through an accelerating tube
electron accelerator
collider that consists of an accelerator that collides electrons and positrons
electron accelerator
device which increases the speed of electrons to a very high rate by means of electric fields (used for research purposes)
graphics accelerator board
card used for speeding up the display on a computer
linear accelerator
A medical device, that can rotate about the patient, that generates various energies of x-rays and electron beams for radiation therapy treatment
linear accelerator
An electron, a proton, or a heavy-ion accelerator in which the paths of the particles accelerated are essentially straight lines rather than circles or spirals. Also called linac. or linac Type of particle accelerator that imparts a series of relatively small increases in energy to subatomic particles as they pass through a sequence of alternating electric fields set up in a linear structure. The small accelerations add together to give the particles a greater energy than could be achieved by the voltage used in one section alone. One of the world's longest linacs is the 2-mi (3.2-km) machine at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, which can accelerate electrons to energies of 50 billion electron volts. Much smaller linacs, both proton and electron types, have important practical applications in medicine and industry
linear accelerator
A machine that creates high-energy radiation to treat cancers, using electricity to form a stream of fast-moving subatomic particles Also called a megavoltage (MeV) linear accelerator or "linac" (pronounced LYNN-ack)
linear accelerator
A device for accelerating particles in a straight line through many stages of small potential difference
linear accelerator
A machine that creates high-energy radiation to treat cancers, using electricity to form a stream of fast-moving subatomic particles
linear accelerator
a treatment machine that delivers x-rays or electrons The machine gets its energy from an electrical source It does not contain radioactive elements When the electrical power on this machine is turned off, there is no remaining radiation in the room
linear accelerator
A device for accelerating ions along a straight-line path for use in nuclear reactions
linear accelerator
Modern radiation equipment capable of delivering x-rays at very high energies
linear accelerator
Particle accelerator laid out in a straight line
linear accelerator
A type of particle accelerator in which charged particles are accelerated in a straight line, either by a steady electrical field or by means of radiofrequency electric fields In the latter variety, the passage of the particle is synchronized with the phase of the accelerating field The SLAC Linear Accelerator (linac) is a two-mile long accelerator, consisting of a cylindrical, disc-loaded, copper waveguide placed on concrete girders in a tunnel about 25 feet underground More Information: Accelerator Form and Function, SLAC Linear Collider, Next Linear Collider
linear accelerator
(Linac)
linear accelerator
Equipment that precisely delivers a concentrated dose of radiation to a predetermined target using x-rays
linear accelerator
ions are accelerated along a linear path by voltage differences on electrodes along the path
linear accelerator
A type of radiotherapy treatment machine
linear accelerator
A device used for accelerating charged particles along a straight line path
microwave linear accelerator
linear accelerator that uses microwaves
particle accelerator
machine that increases the speed of charged particles to a high rate using electrical energy fields
particle accelerator
A particle accelerator is a machine used for research in nuclear physics which can make particles that are smaller than atoms move very fast. A device, such as a cyclotron or linear accelerator, that accelerates charged subatomic particles or nuclei to high energies. Also called atom smasher. a machine used in scientific studies which makes the very small pieces of matter that atoms are made of move at high speeds. Device that accelerates a beam of fast-moving, electrically charged atoms (ions) or subatomic particles. Accelerators are used to study the structure of atomic nuclei (see atom) and the nature of subatomic particles and their fundamental interactions. At speeds close to that of light, particles collide with and disrupt atomic nuclei and subatomic particles, allowing physicists to study nuclear components and to make new kinds of subatomic particles. The cyclotron accelerates positively charged particles, while the betatron accelerates negatively charged electrons. Synchrotrons and linear accelerators are used either with positively charged particles or electrons. Accelerators are also used for radioisotope production, cancer therapy, biological sterilization, and one form of radiocarbon dating
proton accelerator
a collider that collides beams of protons and antiprotons
accelerator
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