deflagrate

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Englisch - Türkisch
birden ateş alıp tutuşmak
{f} parlamak
{f} alev almak
{f} tutuşturmak
{f} tutuşuvermek
(Tıp) Barut gibi ateş alan şeyi yakmak
deflagration
(Kimya) patlama
deflagration
birden ateş alma
deflagration
tutuşma
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ani yanma
deflagration
YANMA DALGA HAREKETi
deflagration
{i} alev alma
deflagration
(Askeri) YAVAŞ YANARAK PATLAMA: Yavaş yanma kabiliyetindeki patlayıcı maddelerin, yavaş yavaş ve eşit şekilde yanarak patlaması. Bu terim, ani ve şiddetli bir patlama oluşunu belirten "detonation" kelimesinin aksidir. Bak. "detonation" ve "explosion"
deflagration
{i} birden tutuşma
deflagration
parlama
Englisch - Englisch
To burn with intense light and heat. Specifically, to combust subsonically through thermal conduction
{v} to burn, to consume
To burn with intense light and heat
To burn with a sudden and sparkling combustion, as niter; also, to snap and crackle with slight explosions when heated, as salt
burn with great heat and intense light; "the powder deflagrated"
{f} burn violently, catch fire suddenly; cause to catch on fire suddenly
burn with great heat and intense light; "the powder deflagrated" cause to burn rapidly and with great intensity; "care must be exercised when this substance is to be deflagrated
cause to burn rapidly and with great intensity; "care must be exercised when this substance is to be deflagrated
To cause to burn with sudden and sparkling combustion, as by the action of intense heat; to burn or vaporize suddenly; as, to deflagrate refractory metals in the oxyhydrogen flame
cause to burn rapidly and with great intensity; "care must be exercised when this substance is to be deflagrated"
deflagration
The act of deflagrating; an intense fire; a conflagration or explosion. Specifically, combustion that spreads subsonically via thermal conduction

Black powder . . . It produces a relatively fast burn or deflagration rather than a detonation and is classified as low explosive.

deflagration
{n} a burning, a consuming by fire
deflagration
A sudden or rapid burning, as opposed to a detonation or explosion
deflagration
The act of deflagrating; an intense fire; a conflagration or explosion
deflagration
A burning up; conflagration
deflagration
{i} sudden burning; act of setting on fire
deflagration
A particular type of explosive propagation in which propagation is faster than mere burning, but is not detonation
deflagration
A chemical reaction producing vigorous heat and sparks or flame, moving through the material (as black or smokeless powder) at less than the speed of sound A major difference among explosives is the speed of the reaction Can also refer to intense burning A characteristic of Class B explosives
deflagration
The act or process of deflagrating
deflagration
combustion that propagates through a gas or along the surface of an explosive at a rapid rate driven by the transfer of heat
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