flux

listen to the pronunciation of flux
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} akı
{i} akış
suların kabarması
sürekli hareket
(Otomotiv) oksitlenme önleyici
(Askeri) flaks
değişiklik
(İnşaat) cüruf
(Tıp) fluks
cereyan akı
(Fizik,Teknik) sulandırıcı madde
gelgit ile gelen
manyetik akım
değişim

Her şey değişim halinde. - Everything is in flux.

oynaklık
sürekli değişiklik
değişkenlik
seyelân
(Tıp) Erime, eritic madde
{i} met
eritici madde
{i} akma
cereyan
(Tıp) Akıntı vermek, ishal vermek
{i} yükselme
akıntı vermek
(Tıp) Seyelan, akım, akı, akış, cereyan
eritmek
emaye işinde kullanılan ve kolay eriyen bir çeşit cam
denizin meddi
flux density elektrikli veya manyetik alanın
{i} değişip durma
akıtmak
{i} akıntı
(İnşaat) akma, akı (manyetik)
eritme
akılı
flux cored arc welding
Özlü tel ile ark kaynağı
flux and reflux
(Coğrafya) meddücezir
flux code
(Aydınlatma) akı kodu
flux density
(Çevre) akış yoğunluğu
flux and reflux
gelgit
flux density
akı yoğunluğu
flux oil
yumuşatıcı yağ
flux unit
akış birimi
flux leakage
akı kaçağı
flux pinning
Akı çivilemesi

when an external magnetic field from the PM is applied to the HTS the flux pinning provides the formation of induction gradients in the superconductor.

flux weakening
Akı zayıflatma (sabit mıknatıslı senkron motorlarda rotor akışı için kullanılır.)
flux and reflux
met cezir
flux flattening
(Nükleer Bilimler) akı düzleştirilmesi,akı düzleme,akının düzleşmesi flux lines akı çizgileri
flux gate
(Askeri) MANYETİK AKIM GÖNDERİCİ: Kendi ekseni etrafında tesirli olan bir harici manyetik alanın yoğunluğuna, kısmi elektrik sinyali gönderen bir detektör
flux gate
(Askeri) manyetik alan detektörü
flux gate
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) akı kapısı
flux gate compass
(Askeri) manyetik akımlı pusula
flux line
(Fizik) akı çizgisi
flux of words
laf kalabalığı
flux oil
bitüm yumuşatıcısı
flux penetration
(Nükleer Bilimler) akı giriciliği
flux pinning
(İnşaat) akı yakalama
flux trap
(Nükleer Bilimler) akı tuzağı,akı kapanı
flux triplet
(Aydınlatma) üçüzlü akı
flux valve
(Askeri) manyetik alan detektörü
flux valve
(Askeri) MANYETİK AKIM DETEKTÖRÜ: Bak. "fluxgate"
excess momentum flux
(Askeri) fazla momentum akışı
fluxing
(Fizik) akma
fluxing
(Fizik) eriyen
fluxing
(Fizik) erime
fluxing
(Fizik) akan
mass flux
(Biyokimya) kütle akı
mass flux
kütle akısı
radiant flux
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) ışıyan akı
radiant flux
(Fizik) radyant akı
transfer flux
aktarım akısı
burnout heat flux
yanık ısı akışı
electrostatic flux
elektrostatik akı
high flux reactor
yoğun akı reaktörü
leakage flux
kaçak akı
light flux
ışık akısı
luminous flux
ışıklı akış
luminous flux
ışık akısı
magnetic flux
manyetik akı
magnetic flux
mıknatıssal akı
magnetic flux density
manyetik akı yoğunluğu
solder flux
lehim eritkeni
burnout heat flux
yanık işi akışı
electric flux
elektrik akışı
fluxes
flux
heat flux
işi akışı
neutron flux
nötron akışı
particle flux density
tanecik akı yoğunluğu
radiation flux
radyasyon akışı, ışınım akışı
soldering flux
lehimleme akı
be in a state of flux
değişmek, değişim içinde olmak
black flux
bitümlü sulandırıcı
bundle end flux peaking
(Nükleer Bilimler) demet ucu akı yükselmesi
burnout heat flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) kavrulma ısı akısı
change of flux
(Tekstil) akışı değiştirme
conventional flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) saniyede 2200 metre akı yoğunluğu
critical heat flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) kritik ısı akısı
critical heat flux ratio
(Nükleer Bilimler) kritik ısı akısı oranı
cumulative flux
(Aydınlatma) toplanık akı
dielectric flux
dielektrik akım
differential energy flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) diferansiyel enerji akı yoğunluğu
differential particle flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) diferansiyel parçacık akı yoğunluıu
direct flux
(Aydınlatma) dolaysız akı
downward flux
(Aydınlatma) alt yarı küresel akı
downward flux fraction
(Aydınlatma) alt yarı küresel akı oranı
eddy flux
(Denizbilim,Meteoroloji) girdap akısı
electric flux
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektrik akısı
electro flux remelting
elektro curuf ergitme
energy flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) enerji akı yoğunluğu
epithermal flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) ılıküstü akı
fast flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) hızlı akı
in flux
değişip duran
in flux
değişim halinde

Her şey değişim halinde. - Everything is in flux.

indirect flux
(Aydınlatma) dolaylı akı
installation flux density
(Aydınlatma) yüzeylik döşem akısı
integrated flux
(Çevre) akış entegrali
integrated flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) toplam akı
integrated neutron flux
(Çevre) nötron akışı entegrali
latent heat flux
(Meteoroloji) gizil ısı akısı
luminous flux
(Aydınlatma) ışıksal akı
magnetic leakage flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) magnetik kaçak akı
mean critical heat flux ratio
(Nükleer Bilimler) ortalama kritik ısı akısı oranı
momentum flux
(Askeri) devinirlik akısı
momentum flux
(Gıda) momentum akısı
neutron flux
nötron flüksü
neutron flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) akı, nötron
neutron flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron akısı
neutron flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron akı yoğunluğu
neutron flux measurements
(Nükleer Bilimler) nötron akı ölçümleri
particle flux density
(Nükleer Bilimler) parçacık akı yoğunluğu,tanecik akı yoğunluğu
photon flux
(Aydınlatma) foton akısı
powdered flux
toz dekapan
powdered flux
toz eritken
radiant flux
isiyan aki
radiant flux density
(Fizik) ışınır akı yoğunluğu
radiation flux
(Fizik) ışınım akısı
radiation flux
(Fizik) radyasyon akısı
rated luminous flux
(Aydınlatma) ayırdedici ışık akısı
sensible heat flux
(Meteoroloji) hissedilir ısı akısı
sound energy flux
ses enerji akisi
stray flux
akım kaçağı
stray flux
kaçak akı
thermal flux
(Nükleer Bilimler) ılık akı
total flux
(Aydınlatma) toplam akı
upward flux
(Aydınlatma) üst yarı küresel akı
utilized flux
(Aydınlatma) yararlı akı
welding flux
kaynak dekapani
welding flux
kaynak eritkeni
welding flux
kaynak tozu
Englisch - Englisch
To melt
To use flux

You have to flux the joint before soldering.

A state of ongoing change

The schedule is in flux at the moment.

The rate of transfer of energy (or another physical quantity) through a given surface, specifically electric flux, magnetic flux

That high a neutron flux would be lethal in seconds.

To flow as a liquid
A chemical agent for cleaning metal prior to soldering or welding

It is important to use flux when soldering or oxides on the metal will prevent a good bond.

a state of constant movement, change, or renewal
{n} the act of flowing, a purging, a concourse
{v} to melt, to salivate
{a} inconstant, flowing
the amount of energy passing through a given area (e g , one square centimeter) in a second It is the apparent brightness of an object
The product of the particle (neutron or photon) density (i e , number per cubic centimeter) and the particle velocity The flux is expressed as particles per square centimeter per second and is related to the absorbed dose rate It is numerically equal to the total number of particles passing in all directions through a sphere of 1 square centimeter cross-sectional area per second
the lines of force surrounding a permanent magnet or a moving charged particle
{i} flow; flowing; fluidity, continual change; instability; material for soldering
The matter thus discharged
a generic term having different meanings in different fields of study In radiation studies, it can refer to the amount of radiant energy passing through a unit area (i e , watts per square meter); in biogeochemical cycles, it may indicate the time rate of change of a given species such as carbon into or out of a particular reservoir (i e , teragrams of carbon per year)
The quantity of a fluid that crosses a unit area of a given surface in a unit of time
{f} melt; weld, fuse; flow
Flowing; unstable; inconstant; variable
in constant change; "his opinions are in flux"; "the newness and flux of the computer industry"
move or progress freely as if in a stream; "The crowd flowed out of the stadium"
In refining, a material used to remove undesirable substances as a molten mixture It may also be used as a protective covering for molten metal In welding, a material used to prevent the formation of, or to dissolve and facilitate the removal of, oxides and other undesirable substances
The rate of transfer of energy (or other physical quantity) per unit area, specifically electric flux, magnetic flux
A fluid discharge from the bowels or other part; especially, an excessive and morbid discharge; as, the bloody flux or dysentery
To cause to become fluid; to fuse
The rate of particle flow over time
Flux is any compound used to prevent oxidation of the welding surface and aid in removing impurities Borax powder is commonly used as the flux for a forge weld Products such as Boraxo laundry powder are sufficient to act as a flux but adulterants may leave a lingering white stain on the metal There are many specialty chemical compounds sold as welding/brazing/soldering flux Inert gases such as Argon or CO2 are used as flux in some electric welding methods
See Bloody flux
the rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface
If something is in a state of flux, it is constantly changing. Education remains in a state of flux which will take some time to settle down. a situation in which things are changing a lot and you cannot be sure what will happen (fluxus, past participle of fluere ). In metallurgy, any substance introduced in the smelting of ores to promote fluidity and to remove objectionable impurities in the form of slag. Limestone is commonly used for this purpose in smelting iron ores. Other materials used as fluxes are silica, dolomite, lime, borax, and fluorite. In soldering, the flux removes oxide films, promotes wetting, and prevents reoxidation of the surfaces during heating. Rosin is widely used as a noncorrosive flux when electronic equipment is soldered; in other applications, a water solution of zinc chloride and ammonium chloride may be used
A state of magnetic resonance One bit of data is represented on the disk surface as one flux reversal, which can be switched on or off by an electromagnetic head A flux change (or reversal) induces a change in the direction of current of the read/write head coil, which is read as either a one or a zero A flux change is the transition of the flux lines of the North and South poles of a magnet
the rate of transfer of fluids, particles or energy per unit area across a given surface
in constant change; "his opinions are in flux"; "the newness and flux of the computer industry" a flow or discharge a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action; "the flux following the death of the emperor" excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea) a substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed the rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface
The rate of the flow of energy or chemical compounds from a source (a source gives) to a sink (a sink accepts)
A cleaning agent used to dissolve oxides, release trapped gases and slag, and to cleanse metals for welding, soldering, and brazing
To affect, or bring to a certain state, by flux
a flow or discharge a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action; "the flux following the death of the emperor"
The rate of flow of a physical quantity through a reference surface
The setting in of the tide toward the shore, the ebb being called the reflux
(physics) the number of flux changes per unit area
An iron cleaning agent Limestone and lime react with impurities within the metallic pool to form a slag that floats to the top of the relatively heavier (and now more pure) liquid iron
To cause a discharge from; to purge
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
the rate at which a substance flows The Watt is a unit of energy flux, because it indicates the amount of energy (in joules) that flows every second
The rate at which a Reverse Osmosis Membrane allows water to pass through it Fouling The deposition of organic matter on the membrane surface, which causes inefficiencies Fragmentation The subdivision of a solid in fragments The fragments will then adhere to the nearest surface
The rate of flow of a physical quantitiy through a reference surface
A substance that lowers the melting temperature of another substance For example, a flux is added to the batch in order to facilitate the fusing of the silica Fluxes are also added to enamels in order to lower their fusion point to below that of the glass body to which they are to be applied Potash and soda are fluxes
a rate of exchange of material into or out from a reservoir The Earth is a closed ecosystem, and yet many substances can be transformed or moved from reservoir to reservoir Therefore, we need to know the rates at which substances move (i e their fluxes) If we know the locations and sizes of the most important reservoirs, as well as the fluxes between and among the relevant reservoirs, we can often attain a quantitative understanding of important biogeochemical cycles
excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea) a substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed the rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface
In the field of atmospheric turbulence and boundary layers, often used as a contraction for flux density; namely, the flow of a quantity per unit area per unit time These fluxes can be defined in two forms: dynamic and kinematic The dynamic flux of a quantity is the flow of that quantity per unit area per unit time, where often the word dynamic is assumed if it is not explicitly stated The advantage of a kinematic flux is that it has units that are more easily measured by a conventional meteorological instrument (AMS, 2000)
Any substance or mixture used to promote the fusion of metals or minerals, as alkalies, borax, lime, fluorite
The rate of transfer of fluid, particles, or energy across a given surface
A substance that lowers the melting or softening temperature of the mix or compound in which it is present The degree of melting that occurs depends on the particle size of the powders present and the melting temperature of the individual particles It also depends on whether material particles present are premelted and whether they soften or melt suddenly Fluxing oxides are those of the RO group and include ones like K2O, Na2O, CaO, Li2O, MgO B2O3 is actually considered a glass former but it is also regarded as a flux by virtue of its low melting temperature
a flow or discharge
The state of being liquid through heat; fusion
become liquid or fluid when heated; "the frozen fat liquefied"
The radiant, or luminous, power of a light beam; the time rate of the flow of radiant energy across a given surface
The act of flowing; a continuous moving on or passing by, as of a flowing stream; constant succession; change
a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action; "the flux following the death of the emperor"
a substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed
excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea)
A term relating to the measurement of the number of neutrons occuring at a given space during a given time
Flow per unit of area per unit of time The term flux may be used to describe a flow of energy (usually measured in watts per square meter) or a flow of gas or liquid (sometimes measured in grams per square meter per day) (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
Flux is a measure of light power Radiometric flux, expressed in watts, includes light at all wavelengths of the spectrum; ultraviolet (200 to 400 nm), visible (400 to 700 nm), and infrared (700 to 30000 nm) Luminous flux is a measure of photometric power Photometric flux, expressed in lumens, includes only visible light, and is weighted to match the responsivity of the human eye, which is most sensitive to yellow-green
a chemical substance that helps remove impurities in ore during the smelting process and also lowers the melting temperature of the metal being purified Flux makes the smelting process more efficient The flux used at LPIW was roasted lime stone or "lime"
flux density
A measure of rate of flow of a fluid, particles or energy per unit area
flux unit
The (otherwise unnamed) unit of density of electromagnetic radiation from a radio star, equal to 10-26 watts per square meter per hertz
flux pinning
Flux pinning is the phenomenon that magnetic flux lines do not move (become trapped, or "pinned") in spite of the Lorentz force acting on them inside a current-carrying Type II superconductor. The phenomenon cannot occur in Type I superconductors, since these cannot be penetrated by magnetic fields (Meissner-Ochsenfeld effect). Flux pinning is only possible when there are defects in the crystalline structure of the superconductor (usually resulting from grain boundaries or impurities)
flux and reflux
ebb and flow
flux applicator
an applicator for applying flux (as in soldering)
flux density
Flux per unit area. Also called flux
flux density
(physics) the number of flux changes per unit area
flux density unit
a measure of the amount of flux per unit of cross sectional area
flux gate
A detector used to indicate the direction of the earth's magnetic field
flux unit
a measure of the strength of a magnetic field per unit area
chemical flux
The amount of substance per unit volume, per unit time transformed in a reaction
luminous flux
In photometry, the measure of the power of light as perceived by the human eye
magnetic flux
a measure of the strength of a magnetic field in a given area
magnetic flux densities
plural form of magnetic flux density
magnetic flux density
The measurable component of the response of a medium to the presence of a magnetic field
neutron flux
The number of neutrons passing through one square centimeter of a given target in one second
soldering flux
flux applied to surfaces that are to be joined by soldering; flux cleans the surfaces and results in a better bond
bloody flux
The dysentery, a disease in which the flux or discharge from the bowels has a mixture of blood
fluxed
past of flux
fluxes
third-person singular of flux
fluxing
present participle of flux
heat flux
The amount of heat that is transferred across a surface of unit area in a unit of time (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
heat flux
Turbulent transfer of heat through the boundary layer
heat flux
The flow rate of heat across or through a material Typically given in units of W/cm2
in state of flux
in a state of change
luminous flux
the rate of flow of light energy
luminous flux
The rate of flow of light per unit of time, especially the flux of visible light expressed in lumens
luminous flux unit
a measure of luminous flux per unit area
magnetic flux
A measure of the quantity of magnetism, being the total number of magnetic lines of force passing through a specified area in a magnetic field
magnetic flux
level of magnetic energy induced vertically to the surface of an area
magnetic flux
a measure of the strength of a magnetic field over a given area
magnetic flux density
The amount of magnetic flux through a unit area taken perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic flux. Also called magnetic induction
neutron flux
the rate of flow of neutrons; the number of neutrons passing through a unit area in unit time
radiant flux
The rate of flow of radiant energy
radiant flux
the rate of flow of radiant energy (electromagnetic waves)
Türkisch - Englisch
fluxes
flux
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