elasticity

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} elastikiyet
esneklik
elastisite
elastiklik
enine elastisite modülü
elasticity of compression
kompresyon esnekliği
elasticity of elongation
uzama esnekliği
elasticity of extension
uzama esnekliği
elasticity of flexure
bükülme esnekliği
elasticity of tension
gerilim esnekliği
elasticity of torsion
burulma esnekliği
elasticity optimists
elastiklik iyimserleri
elasticity pessimism
elastiklik karamsarlığı
elasticity principle
esneklik ilkesi
elasticity correction
(Askeri) ISI DÜZELTMESİ, SÜKUNET DÜZELTMESİ: Normal atış esaslarında, ısı değişikliklerinin mesafe üzerindeki tesirini gidermek için yapılan düzeltmeler
elasticity effect
(Askeri) SÜKUNET TESİRİ, ISI TESİRİ: Standart atış cetvellerinin tertiplendiği esaslardan farklı sükunetlerin mesafe üzerindeki tesiri
elasticity of demand
talep esnekliği
elasticity of factor substitution
faktörler arası ikame esnekliği
elasticity of substitution
ikame esnekliği
elasticity of supply
(Askeri) arz eksikliği
modulus of elasticity
elastiklik katsayısı
import elasticity
(Ticaret) ithalat esnekliği
import elasticity
(Ticaret) ithalat elastikliği
modulus of elasticity
(İnşaat,Teknik) elastisite modülü
modulus of elasticity
(İnşaat) elastiklik modülü
price elasticity of supply
(Ticaret) arzın fiyat esnekliği
coefficient of elasticity
elastiklik katsayısı
coefficient of elasticity
esneklik katsayısı
cross elasticity
çapraz esneklik
foreign elasticity
dış esneklik
ideal elasticity
ideal esneklik
limit of elasticity
esneklik sınırı
modulus of elasticity
esneklik modülü
cross elasticity
çapraz elastikiyet
degree of elasticity
esneklik derecesi
domestic demand elasticity
yurtiçi talep esnekliği
equation of elasticity
esneklik denklemi
final elasticity
nihai elastiklik, son esneklik
foreign demand elasticity
dış talep esnekliği
modulus of transverse elasticity
enine esneklik modülü
cross elasticity of demand
talebin çapraz esnekliği
fluid elasticity
sıvıların elastikiyeti
impact elasticity
vuruş esnekliği
perfect elasticity of demand
(Ticaret) sonsuz talep esnekliği
perfect elasticity of supply
(Ticaret) sonsuz arz esnekliği
photo elasticity
fotoelastikiye
practical limit of elasticity
pratik elastisite limiti
tensile elasticity
çekme esnekliği
theoretic limit of elasticity
teorik elastisite limiti
zero elasticity
(Ticaret) sıfır esneklik
Englisch - Englisch
The sensitivity of changes in a quantity with respect to changes in another quantity

If the sales of an item drop by 5 % when the price increases by 10 %, its price elasticity is -0.5.

The quality of being elastic
Adaptability
The property by virtue of which a material deformed under the load can regain its original dimensions when unloaded
that property of matter by which a body tends to return to a former shape after being changed
{n} a spring in bodies, a power
The ability of a strained material to recover its original size and shape immediately after removal of the stress that causes deformation Example in our line: "Triton Stretch", upholstery
the tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed; "the waistband had lost its snap"
The ability of a material to return to its original shape after being stretched
The property of materials to recover their original size and shape after deformation
The quality of being elastic; the inherent property in bodies by which they recover their former figure or dimensions, after the removal of external pressure or altering force; springiness; tendency to rebound; as, the elasticity of caoutchouc; the elasticity of the air
The tendency of a body to return to its original size and shape after being deformed
A characteristic of commodities which describes the commodity A commodity is said to be elastic in demand when a price change creates an increase or decrease in consumption; the supply of a commodity is said to be elastic when a change in price creates change in the production of the commodity
The ability of paint or caulk to expand and contract with the substrate without suffering damage or changes in its appearance Expansion and contraction are usually caused by temperature and humidity fluctuations
The ability of hair or skin to stretch without breaking/morphing and then return to their original shape
The ability to recover the original size and shape after being deformed, especially stretched, forces are released
the property whereby a material changes its shape under the action of loads but recovers its original shape when the loads are removed
having the quality of being stretchy; being able to return to the original shape after being compressed, bent, or otherwise distorted
The property of an article which tends to return to its original shape after deformation
The ability of a body which has been deformed by an applied force to return to its original shape when the force is removed
The property of a material which allows it to recover its original size and shape immediately after removal of the force causing deformation
the tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed; "the waistband had lost its snap
The ability of a strained material to recover its original size and shape immediately after removal of the stress that causes deformation
The ability of a fiber or fabric to return to its original length, shape, or size immediately after the removal of stress
The property of an article, which tends to return to its original shape after deformation
The property of an article which tends to return it to its original shape after deformation
Refers to the sensitivity of the quantity supplied or demanded of a commodity as the price of that commodity changes A commodity demand or supply that is elastic will change in response to price movements while an inelastic demand or supply is relatively unresponsive to changes in price
The property of an article which tends to return to its original shape after deformation Elongation - Extension produced by a tensile stress Expanded Rubber - Cellular rubber having closed cells made from a solid rubber compound Extrusion - 1) Distortion, under pressure, of portion of seal into clearance between mating metal parts 2) Material, under pressure, which is forced through the opening of a die in order to obtain a desired cross sectional shape
The elasticity of a material or substance is its ability to return to its original shape, size, and condition after it has been stretched. Daily facial exercises help her to retain the skin's elasticity. Ability of a deformed material body to return to its original shape and size when the forces causing deformation are removed. Most solids show some elastic behaviour, but there is usually a limit the material's "elastic limit" to the force from which recovery is possible. Stresses beyond its elastic limit cause the material to yield, or flow, and the result is permanent deformation or breakage. The limit depends on the material's internal structure; for example, steel, though strong, has a low elastic limit and can be extended only about 1% of its length, whereas rubber can be elastically extended up to about 1,000%. Robert Hooke, one of the first to study elasticity, developed a mathematical relation between tension and extension
The condition when the percentage change in quantity demanded is greater than the percentage change in price
– The ability of a solid to recover its original form when a stress is applied and quickly removed The elastic limit is the greatest stress that a material is capable of sustaining without permanent deformation remaining on the complete release of the stress The modulus of elasticity is the ratio of stress to strain in a material that is elastically deformed The yield value is the lowest stress at which a material undergoes plastic deformation Below this stress, the material is elastic, above it, viscous
Measures the extent volume shifts in response to a shift in the variable under consideration
Power of resistance to, or recovery from, depression or overwork
The ability to increase in length under tension and then return to the original length when released
The ability of an object to return to its original size or shape when the external forces producing distortion are removed
{i} stretchiness, elastic quality
The property of recovering original shape and dimensions upon removal of a deforming force
elasticity of shear
the elasticity of a body that has been pulled out of shape by a shearing force
elasticity.
elastostatics
modulus of elasticity
Young's modulus
coefficient of elasticity
(physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic body
cross elasticity
rate of change in the demand of a product in relation to the price changes of another product
cross elasticity of demand
rate of change in the demand of a product in relation to the price changes of another product
demand elasticity
rate of change in a product's demand in relation to the rate of change in its price
income elasticity
elasticity of demand with respect to income, measure of how responsive the level of demand is to a change in income (Finance)
modulus of elasticity
The ratio of stress to corresponding strain throughout the range where they are proportional As there are three kinds of stresses, so there are three kinds of moduli of elasticity for any material -- modulus in tension, in compression, and in shear
modulus of elasticity
A measurement of rigidity or stiffness of a metal product
modulus of elasticity
A measure of a material's stiffness The constant relating stress (force) and strain (deformation) within the elastic range of a material The higher the modulus of elasticity, the stiffer the material Also called elastic modulus and Young's modulus
modulus of elasticity
Is the slope of the straight-line portion of the stress-strain curve in the elastic range found by dividing the unit stress in ksi by the unit strain in in/in For all structural steels, the value is usually taken as 29,000 ksi This is also called Young's Modulus
modulus of elasticity
A measure of the stiffness of a material Silicone rubbers have low moduli, whilst silicon and alumina have very high moduli
modulus of elasticity
An index of the stiffness of a material, applicable for example to the bending of a beam (see Young's Modulus); it is derived by measuring the elastic deformation of the material as it is placed under stress, and then dividing the stress by the deformation
modulus of elasticity
Same as Young Modulus this is how flexible a material is   A high value tells us that the material is stiff whereas a low value tells us that the material is flexible
modulus of elasticity
The ratio of stress to strain in an elastic material
modulus of elasticity
The ratio of stress to the strain produced in a material that is elastically deformed Also called Young's modulus
modulus of elasticity
A measure of the rigidity of metal Ratio of stress, within proportional limit, to corresponding strain Specifically, the modulus obtained in tension or compression is Young's modulus, stretch modulus or modulus of extensibility; the modulus obtained in torsion or shear is modulus of rigidity, shear modulus or modulus of torsion; the modulus covering the ratio of the mean normal stress to the change in volume per unit volume is the bulk modulus The tangent modulus and secant modulus are not restricted within the proportional limit; the former is the slope of the stress-strain curve at a specified point; the latter is the slope of a line from the origin to a specified point on the stress-strain curve Also called elastic modulus and coefficient of elasticity
modulus of elasticity
The ratio of stress to corresponding strain below the proportional limit of a material in tensile testing
modulus of elasticity
or Young's modulus is the ratio of stress to strain Within the elastic range below the proportional limit, this ratio is a constant for a given piece of wood, making it useful in static bending tests for determining the relative stiffness of a board The modulus of elasticity is normally measured in pounds per square inch (psi) and is abbreviated as MOE or E Values for E relating to wood properties are commonly in terms of million psi; for simplicity, a board with a modulus of elasticity of 2,100,000 psi (2 1 x 106) may be reported as 2 1E
modulus of elasticity
[ See E Modulus ]
modulus of elasticity
(physics) the ratio of the applied stress to the change in shape of an elastic body
modulus of elasticity
the ratio of stress to strain when deformation is totally elastic; also a measure of the stiffness of a material
modulus of elasticity
the proportion of strain to stress (also termed Youngs Modulus)
modulus of elasticity
The measure of stress to strain in a material that is elastically deformed
modulus of elasticity
When a material is subjected to an external load it becomes distorted or strained With metals, provided the loading is not too great, they return to their original dimensions when the load is removed, i e they are elastic Within the limits of elasticity, the ratio of the linear stress to the linear strain is termed the modulus of elasticity or more commonly known as Young's Modulus
modulus of elasticity
In tension it is the ration of stress to the corresponding strain within the limit of elasticity (Yield Point) of a material For carbon and low alloy steels any composition and treatment, the value is approximately 30,000,000 psi
modulus of elasticity
This is a measure of rigidity based on the ratio of stress to corresponding strain in an elastic material When a material is subjected to an external load it becomes distorted or strained With metals, provided the loading is not too great, they return to their original dimensions when the load is removed, i e they are elastic Within the limits of elasticity, the ratio of the linear stress to the linear strain is termed the modulus of elasticity or more commonly known as Young's Modulus
modulus of elasticity
The force divided by the percent elongation (divided by 100) to cause the elongation
modulus of elasticity
Stress per unit strain, measured in psi The higher the number, the more rigid the item will be for a given load
modulus of elasticity
Rate of change of strain as a function of stress The slope of the straight line portion of a stress-strain diagram Tangent modulus of elasticity is the slope of the stress-strain diagram at any point Secant modulus of elasticity is stress divided by strainat any given value of stress or strain It also is called stress-strain ratio
modulus of elasticity
An engineering term used to describe a material's ability to bend without losing its ability to return to its original physical properties
modulus of elasticity
A measure of the stiffness or brittleness of a material The higher the number the more brittle the material
modulus of elasticity
A ratio of stress to strain Used in engineering calculations to determine rigidity and deflections The higher the number, the more rigid the item will be for a given load The units are in pounds per square inch (psi)
price elasticity
A situation in which supply and demand of a commodity respond to price
price elasticity
rate of change in the price of a product in relation to the rate of the amount of things offered
price elasticity
a measure of the sensitivity of supply and demand to changes in price If price elasticity is low, a large change in price will lead to a small change in supply
price elasticity
buyers' sensitivity to price; measured by the percentage change in quantity demanded that results from a percentage change in price See Price Inelasticity
price elasticity
the relationship between the price of a product and the quantity bought by consumers
price elasticity
In demand, refers to the percentage change in quantity demanded relative to the percentage change in price
price elasticity
A measure of the sensitivity of demand to changes in price
price elasticity
An economic concept that different groups of consumers react divergently to changes in the price of a product or service
price elasticity
price elasticity of demand: a measure of the responsiveness of the quantity demanded of a good to changes in price It equals the percentage change in quantity demanded divided by the percentage change in price; price elasticity of supply: a measure of the responsiveness of the quantity supplied of a good to changes in price It equals the percentage change in quantity supplied divided by the percentage change in price (Stiglitz and Boadway, 1994) (S4, III 2) chinese | russian
price elasticity
The degree of change in demand for a product in response to a change in its price
production elasticity
rate of change in the amount produced of a particular product in relation to the rate of change in the amount of material from which they were made
substitution elasticity
rate of change in the willingness to exchange two products in relation to their prices
supply elasticity
rate of change in the proposed amount of a product in relation to the change in price (Economics)
elasticity
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