ballast

listen to the pronunciation of ballast
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} denge sağlamak
kırmataş
(Askeri) gemiye ağırlık veren demir
(Havacılık) denge ağırlığı
(Aydınlatma) durultucu
kırma taş
balas
ağırlık
balast
safra
{f} safra koymak
safra resmi
{i} çakıl
{i} d.y. balast
muvazene temin etmek
{i} den. safra
{i} kararlılık
in ballast yüksüz
{i} istikrar
{f} istikrar sağlamak
{f} çakıl döşemek
safralı
safra hakkı
ağırlık koy
ballast tank
(Askeri) balast tankı
ballast tank
(Denizbilim) safra sarnıcı
ballast water
(Askeri) balast suyu
ballast water
(Askeri) safra
ballast water
safra suyu
ballast resistor
balast direnci
ballast, steady
balast, kararlı
ballast coil
balast bobini
ballast distributor
balast sericisi
ballast drainage
safra drenajı
ballast piping
boru devresi (safra için)
ballast pump
safra pompası
ballast resistor
(Otomotiv) sekonder sargı
ballast resistor
(Otomotiv) dirençli kablo
ballast resistor
(Otomotiv) yük direnci
ballast screener
balast eleği
ballast system
safra sistemi
all in ballast
tüvenan balast
railroad ballast
demiryolu balastı
railroad ballast
kırmataş
ballasts
balastlar
gravel ballast
çakıl balast
railroad ballast
demiryolu balasti, kirmatas
brick ballast
tuğla kırığı
dirty ballast
kirli safra
gravel ballast
tuvönan iri çakıl
injector ballast resistor
(Otomotiv) enjektör balast resistörü
injector ballast resistor
(Otomotiv) enjektör yük resistörü
semiconductor ballast
(Aydınlatma) elektronik balast
semiconductor ballast
(Aydınlatma) yarıiletken durultucu
supplied electronic ballast
(Aydınlatma) beslemeli elektronik balast
Englisch - Englisch
A material, such as aggregate or precast concrete pavers, which employs its mass and the force of gravity to hold single-ply roof membranes in place
Heavy material that is placed in the hold of a ship (or in the gondola of a balloon), to provide stability
device used for stabilizing current in an electric circuit (e.g.in a tube lamp supply circuit)
To stabilize or load a ship with ballast
To lay ballast on the bed of a railroad track
Anything that steadies emotion or the mind
Coarse gravel or similar material laid to form a bed for roads or railroads
{v} to load with ballast, to keep steady
{n} weight used to steady a ship with
laid in the bed of a railroad to make it firm and solid
A device used to control the voltage in a fluorescent lamp
A device that provides starting voltage and limits the current during normal operation for electrical discharge lamps such as fluorescent lamps Optimum Utility Systems can specify energy-efficient combinations of lamps and ballasts for new and retrofit applications in manufacturing office and plant environments See related article
an electrical device for starting and regulating fluorescent and discharge lamps
{i} heavy object used to stabilize boats; gravel; stabilizer
make steady with a ballast
An auxiliary electrical device for fluorescent and other discharge light sources
Any heavy matter put into the car of a balloon to give it steadiness
The larger solids, as broken stone or gravel, used in making concrete
Ballast is any substance that is used in ships or hot-air balloons to make them heavier and more stable. Ballast usually consists of water, sand, or iron
an attribute that tends to give stability in character and morals; something that steadies the mind or feelings
To keep steady; to steady, morally
To steady, as a vessel, by putting heavy substances in the hold
A transformer that steps down AC line voltage to voltage that can be used by fluorescent or other types of lighting Ballast's may be electromagnetic or electronic
{f} stabilize with ballast; steady
Heavy material, such as iron, lead, or stone, placed low in the hold to lower the centre of gravity and improve stability
is equipment to control the operation of a fluorescent lamp from a specified low or high voltage AC or DC source (Typically between 12 and 240 volts) It can also include elements for starting the lamp and sometimes for power factor correction or radio interference suppression
A charging device in fluorescent lights which give a "jump start" to the gas inside the tube to make it start glowing steadily
Fig
a resistor inserted into a circuit to compensate for changes (as those arising from temperature fluctuations)
The electrical supply for some lights, such as fluorescents and metal halide bulbs These are available in several varieties, such as tar, transformer, and electronic They must be properly matched to the type of bulb you are using
coarse gravel laid to form a bed for streets and railroads
That which gives, or helps to maintain, uprightness, steadiness, and security
A device used with an electric-discharge lamp to obtain the necessary circuit conditions (voltage, current and wave form) for starting and operating
The device that provides the current for fluorescent lights Ballasts have become quite small, allowing the creation of compact fluorescent bulbs that can be used in place of incandescent bulbs Back to alphabetical list
A device for starting and regulating fluorescent and high intensity discharge lamps
Materials, solely carried to improve the trim and the stability of the vessel In vessels usually water is carried as ballast in tanks, specially designed for that purpose
To fill in, as the bed of a railroad, with gravel, stone, etc
An electrical device used in fluorescent fixtures to supply and regulate the necessary voltage and current to start and operate the lamp
Any solid or liquid weight carried in a vessel to increase the draught, to improve trim or to regulate stability
any heavy material used to stabilize a ship or airship an electrical device for starting and regulating fluorescent and discharge lamps an attribute that tends to give stability in character and morals; something that steadies the mind or feelings coarse gravel laid to form a bed for streets and railroads make steady with a ballast
A magnetic or electronic device used to control the starting and operation of discharge lamps
a device used with an electric-discharge lamp to obtain the necessary circuit conditions (voltage, current and wave form) for starting and operating; all fluorescent and HID light sources require a ballast for proper operation Dimming ballasts are special ballasts which when used together with a dimmer will vary the light output of a lamp
a circuit used to stabilize an electric current, for example, in a fluorescent light
is an electronic device that converts electrical current to the optimal voltage, current and waveform required to start and operate a fluorescent lamp
put into the hold to sink a vessel in the water to such a depth as to prevent capsizing
Device that transforms electrical energy used by fluorescent, mercury vapor, high and low pressure sodium, or metal halide lamps so the proper amount of power is provided to the lamp
any heavy material used to stabilize a ship or airship
Gravel, broken stone, etc
A device used to provide the starting VOLTAGE or to stabilize the CURRENT in a circuit (as of a fluorescent lamp)
A device that provides starting voltage and limits the current during normal operation in electrical discharge lamps (i e , florescent lamps)
in order to make it firm and solid
An electrical device used in fluorescent and HID fixtures It furnishes the necessary starting and operating characteristics to the lamp for proper performance
A device used in conjunction with an electric-discharge lamp to cause the lamp to start and operate under the proper circuit conditions of voltage, current, wave form, electrode heat, etc Electronic ballast: A ballast constructed using electronic circuitry Hybrid ballast: A ballast constructed using a combination of magnetic core and insulated wire winding and electronic circuitry Magnetic ballast: A ballast constructed with magnetic core and a winding of insulated wire
The component of a fluorescent lighting system that regulates the electricity supplied to the lamps Most are housed in black metal cases about eight inches long
Any heavy substance, as stone, iron, etc
A power source required for fluorescent and metal halide lights They are highly specialized and each type of light requires its own type of ballast
balase
ballast resistor
An electrical resistor whose resistance varies with the current passing through it, and thus tends to maintain a constant current
ballast tank
One of several external or internal tanks fitted in submarines; when filled with seawater they allow the boat to submerge; when emptied using compressed air buoyancy is restored and the vessel rises towards the surface. Auxiliary ballast tanks within the pressure hull allow the submarine to be trimmed
ballast tanks
plural form of ballast tank
ballast resistor
a resistor inserted into a circuit to compensate for changes (as those arising from temperature fluctuations)
in ballast
(Ticaret) Of a ship : having only ballast for a load
ballasted
past of ballast
ballasting
That which is used for steadying anything; ballast
ballasting
present participle of ballast
ballasts
third-person singular of ballast
water ballast
Water confined in specially constructed compartments in a vessel's hold, to serve as ballast
Türkisch - Englisch
(Denizbilim) balast
ballast
Favoriten