burn up

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Englisch - Türkisch
(deyim) gıcık etmek
yanıp yok olmak
tamamen yanmak
(Dilbilim) paylamak
alev alev yanmak
(Dilbilim) haşlamak
(Dilbilim) hız yapmak
(Dilbilim) azarlamak
(Çevre) yanma
yakıp yok etmek
daha canlı yanmak
yanıp bitme
alev alev yan,yanıp bitme
(Nükleer Bilimler) yanma,yanma oranı
burn s.o. up
k. dili birini çok kızdırmak/sinirlendirmek
Nükleer santrallerde kullanılan yakıtın yanma oranı. Birimi: (MW-gün/ton Uranyum)
burn s.o. up
{k} birini çok kızdırmak/sinirlendirmek. burn the candle at both fazla çalışmak. hold a ~ He doesn't hold a candle to her. Onun eline su dökemez
burn somebody up
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Englisch - Englisch
To anger; to annoy

His thoughtlessness really burns me up.

To catch fire and burn until destroyed

The rocket may burn up on reentry.

To destroy by burning
burn brightly; "Every star seemed to flare with new intensity"
burn completely; be consumed or destroyed by fire; "The hut burned down"; "The mountain of paper went up in flames"
use up (energy); "burn off calories through vigorous exercise"
If something burns up fuel or energy, it uses it. Brisk walking burns up more calories than slow jogging
If something burns up or if fire burns it up, it is completely destroyed by fire or strong heat. The satellite re-entered the atmosphere and burned up Fires have burned up 180,000 acres of timber
{f} imprison by fire; make or become very angry (Slang)
A measure of the consumption of fuel in a nuclear reactor
In nuclear power technology, burnup is a measure of the neutron irradiation of the fuel. It is normally quoted in megawatt days per ton (MWd/MTU), where ton refers to a metric ton of uranium metal or its equivalent
To burn up
Nuclear fuel is used up much as a tank of gas is used up in a car Burn-up is usually measured by the percent of fuel burned or in the amount of energy created as a result of burn-up in megawatt days per ton of fuel
The amount of energy produced by fission reactions in relation to the amount of fissile material originally available
The amount of energy that has been generated from a unit of nuclear fuel; usually measured in megawatt-days thermal per metric tons of initial heavy metal (MWdth/MTIHM)
the amount of fuel used up (as in a nuclear reactor)
A measure of nuclear reactor fuel consumption expressed either as the percentage of fuel atoms that have undergone fission or as the amount of energy produced per unit weight of fuel
a high-speed motorcycle race on a public road
the amount of fuel used up (as in a nuclear reactor) a high-speed motorcycle race on a public road
The reduced reactivity of spent fuel that occurs from the net depletion of fissile [see fissile definition] nuclides [see nuclides definition] and the net increase in fission and activation product neutron [see neutron definition] absorbers (poisons) is considered (Sandia National Laboratories Overview of Burnup Credit Issues SAND91-2841C, 1992 ) Back to Top
Measure of thermal energy released by nuclear fuel relative to its mass, typically Gigawatt days per tonne (GWd/tU)
A measure of energy obtained from fuel in a reactor Typically, expressed as the amount of energy produced per unit weight of fuel irradiated or "burned " Burnup levels are generally measured in megawattdays thermal per metric ton of initial heavy metal (MWDT/MTIHM)
burn up

    Türkische aussprache

    bırn ʌp


    /ˈbərn ˈəp/ /ˈbɜrn ˈʌp/


    [ 'b&rn ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German brunno spring of water.

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