filament

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Englisch - Türkisch
(İnşaat) iplikçik
(Botanik, Bitkibilim,İnşaat) ipçik
(Tıp) iplikcik
(Biyokimya) telcik
flaman
fitil
ince tel
filaman
(elektrik) filaman
(botanik) ercik sapı
tel, iplik, lif
ercik sapı
fitil,tel
{i} elek. filaman
iplik
(Tıp) Lif
(Mukavele) fitil, tel
elyaf
(Gıda,Teknik,Tekstil) filament
lâmba teli
kesiksiz lif
filament yarn
filament iplik
filament circuit
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Filaman devresi
filament current
filaman akımı
filament current
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Filaman akımı, filaman cereyanı
filament lamp
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Filamanlı lamba
filament limitation
filaman sınırlaması
filament line
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Geçiş çizgisi, kıl çizgisi
filament resistance
filaman direnci
filament rheostat
filaman reostasi
filament transformer
filaman transformatörü
filament voltage
filaman gerilimi
filament voltage
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Filaman voltajı
filament winding
filaman sargısı
filament balloon
(Tekstil) filament iplik balonu
filament battery
ısıtma aküsü
filament bobbin
(Tekstil) filament iplik-kops
filament current
fitil akımı
filament efficiency
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) filaman verimi
filament emission
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) filaman emisyonu
filament glass yarn
(Tekstil) kesiksiz cam iplik
filament lamp
(Elektrik, Elektronik) lamba filamanı
filament reactivation
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) filamanı yeniden canlandırma
filament rheostat
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) filaman reostası
filament winding
(Havacılık) pekiştirme sargısı
filamentous
iplik şeklinde
filaments
(Denizbilim) sivri yüzgeç
filaments
(Denizbilim) kuyruk ucu
carbon filament
karbon flamanı
carbon filament
karbon filaman
carbon filament
kömür teli
carbonized filament
karbonlu flaman
coated filament
üzeri kaplı filaman
colloidal filament
koloidal filaman
double filament lamp
çift filamanlı lamba
high modulus filament yarn
yüksek modüllü filament iplik
incandescent filament
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Akkor hale gelmiş filaman
spiral filament
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Spiral filaman, helezon filaman, burma filaman
straight filament
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Düz filaman
dip filament
(Otomotiv) kısa huzmeli filaman
elementary filament
(Tekstil) elementar iplik
filamentary
(Tıp) İplik şeklinde, ince lif şeklinde
filamentous
(Tıp) İplik şeklinde ince uzun oluşumlardan ibaret
filamentous
(Tıp) İplik gibi, kıl gibi
gill filament
(Denizbilim) solungaç ipliği
glow filament
akkor filaman
glow filament
akkor fitili
oxide coated filament
oksit kaplı filamanın
straight filament
(Aydınlatma) düz tel
three filament lamp
üç filamanlı lamba
triacetate filament
(Tekstil) triasetat filamenti
tungsten filament
tungsten filamanı
tungsten filament lamp
(Aydınlatma) tungsten telli lamba
viscose filament
(Tekstil) viskoz ipliği
Türkisch - Türkisch
çok uzun tekstil lifi
Englisch - Englisch
The stalk of a stamen in a flower, supporting the anther
Such a wire, heated to glowing, in an incandescent light bulb or a thermionic valve
A fine thread or wire
A continuous object, limited in length only by its spool, and not cut to length
{n} a slender or small thread, fiber, ray
the stalk of a stamen
A strand of (relatively) cool gas suspended over the Sun (or star) by magnetic fields, which appears dark against the disc of the Sun A filament on the limb of the Sun seen in emission against the dark sky is called a solar prominence
A strand of cool gas suspended over the photosphere by magnetic fields, which appears dark as seen against the disk of the Sun
the part of a stamen which supports the anthers, also the appendices constituing the corona of the passionflowers, as seen on Passiflora edulis
Portion of the stamen comprising the stalk
– the long thin structure that holds the anther
A structure in the corona consisting of cool plasma supported by magnetic fields Filaments are dark structures when seen against the bright solar disk, but appear bright when seen over the solar limb, Filaments seen over the limb are also known as prominences more!
A thread or threadlike object or appendage; a fiber; esp
the threadlike part of the stamen supporting the anther
The part of the stamen which supports the anther The stalk of the stamen See drawing of flower parts
A long (occasionally short), thin, fleshy extension, usually paired, extending off the back and sides (less commonly the abdomen) of a caterpillar
filum = [Latin] thread Filaments are prominences seen against the solar disk Because the solar disk is brighter than the filaments, the filaments appear dark Filaments can be seen only in the centers of strong spectral lines, such as Ca K or H alpha The full-disk H-alpha image shows several filaments
A filament is a very thin piece or thread of something, for example the piece of wire inside a light bulb
a very slender natural or synthetic fiber
Any thread-like structure, but is used especially to describe the part of the stamen which supports the anther
a thin wire (usually tungsten) that is heated white hot by the passage of an electric current a threadlike anatomical structure or chainlike series of cells the stalk of a stamen
the heating element in an electron tube, also called the "heater" The filament heats the cathode to a very high temperature, which "boils off" electrons, which are then collected by the plate The filament can be seen as the glowing element through the holes in the plate of most tubes
A fine thread; in a stamen, the stalk supporting the anther
{i} fiber, thin threadlike object; thin wire; thin conductor which heats up and emits light in response to an electrical current (in an incandescent light bulb); heating element of a vacuum tube
1)fiber characterized by extreme length 2)the resistance wire through which filament current is sent in a therm ionic tube to produce the heat required for electron emission
1) Fiber characterized by extreme length 2) The resistance wire through which filament current is sent in a thermionic tube to produce the heat required for electron emission
The stem or stalk upon which the anther sits; together, the filament and anther make up the stamen, which is the male reproductive system (in the flower) of a plant
A metallic coil inside the glass tube of a bulb with enough resistance that when an adequate electrical current flows through the coil, it glows and produces the light output
A strand of cool gas suspended over the photosphere by magnetic fields, which appears dark as seen against the disk of the Sun; a filament on the limb of the Sun seen in emission against the dark sky is called a prominence
a thin wire (usually tungsten) that is heated white hot by the passage of an electric current
a threadlike anatomical structure or chainlike series of cells
Bot
A prominence that appears dark against the bright solar disk
A cool, relatively dense region in the corona that appears dark against the background chromosphere On the limb, filaments appear as prominences
A manufactured fiber of indefinite length (continuous), extruded from the spinneret during the fiber production process
A mass of gas suspended over the chromosphere by magnetic fields and seen as dark ribbons threaded over the solar disk A filament on the limb of the Sun seen in emission against the dark sky is called a prominence Filaments occur directly over magnetic-polarity inversion lines, unless they are active
In textiles, a continuous object, limited in length only by its spool, and not cut to length
two meanings: for a flower, it is referring to the stalk of a stamen which supports the anther (male part of the flower; filament also means a thread-like process (like the thin wire coiled in a light bulb)
A single continuous strand of natural or synthetic fiber
The part of a stamen that supports the anther Commonly a very slender tube
A mass of gas suspended over the photosphere by magnetic fields and seen as dark lines threaded over the solar disk A filament on the limb of the Sun seen in emission against the dark sky is called a prominence
filamentary
Of, pertaining to, containing or resembling a filament or filaments
filamentous
{a} like a filement
A filament
capillament
filamentary
Having the character of, or formed by, a filament
filamentary
{s} of or pertaining to a filament, thread-like
filamentous
Long, cylindrical, and threadlike; hyphae forming
filamentous
Threadlike
filamentous
construction - Hairlike, having single rows of cells
filamentous
In the form of very long rods, many times longer than wide (for bacteria), in the form of long branching strands (for fungi)
filamentous
{s} of or pertaining to a filament, thread-like
filamentous
Having the form of threads or filaments
filamentous
Strand like Often refers to species of algae
filamentous
Like a thread; consisting of threads or filaments
filamentous
A type of lichen characterized by a very fine, hair-like structure
filamentous
long, thin, hair-like
filamentous
thin in diameter; resembling a thread
filaments
Structures seen on the solar photosphere in the H-alpha emission line of hydrogen Filaments are most likely to occur in active regions and so are most common near solar maximum
filaments
Thin longitudinal "threads" of glass' polyester' nylon' or other high-strength materials
filaments
thread-like structures that support the anthers out from the flower base
filaments
A very thin structure protruding from the body of an insect
filaments
The part of a synthetic paint brush that holds and applies the paint In a natural bristle brush, the filaments are often referred to as bristles
filaments
Individual fibers of indefinite length used in tows, yarns, or roving
filaments
basal threadlike part of stamens
filaments
plural of filament
filaments
Individual fibers of indefinite length used in tows, yarns or roving
vortex filament
A vortex tube of infinitesimal cross section
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tekstil) flament
(Gıda,Teknik,Tekstil) filament
filament kesiksiz lif
filament iplik
filament yarn
filament iplik balonu
filament balloon
filament iplik-kops
filament bobbin
tek filament
monofilament
filament

    Silbentrennung

    fil·a·ment

    Türkische aussprache

    fîlımınt

    Aussprache

    /ˈfələmənt/ /ˈfɪləmənt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'fi-l&-m&nt ] (noun.) 1594. From Medieval Latin filamentum, from Late Latin filare (“to spin, draw out in a long line”), from Latin filum (“thread”)

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