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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yoğunluk
{i} şiddet

Annemizin öfkesinin şiddetiyle şok olduk. - We were shocked by the intensity of our mother's anger.

{i} güç
(Tıp) Enerji
{i} çarpıcılık
{i} gerilim
{i} koyuluk
{i} keskinlik, şiddet
ifrat derece
(Kanun,Ticaret) kesafet
(Tıp) intansite
(Çevre) radyasyon yoğunluğu
(Dilbilim) ses şiddeti
intensity accent
(Dilbilim) yeğinlik vurgusu
intensity control
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) şiddet kontrolü
intensity cue
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şiddet ipucu
intensity factor
(Askeri) yoğunluk faktörü
intensity modulation
(Bilgisayar,Televizyon) yeğinlik kiplenimi
intensity of discharge
birim genişlik debisi
intensity of distribution
(Ticaret) dağıtımın yoğunluğu
intensity of earthquake
deprem şiddeti
intensity of illumination
aydınlatma şiddeti
intensity of light
ışık şiddeti
intensity of light source
ışık kaynağı şiddeti
intensity of rainfall
yağış şiddeti
intensity of snow fall
(Çevre) kar yağış şiddeti
intensity of sound
ses şiddeti
intensity of stress
gerilmenin büyüklüğü
intensity range
yoğunluk aralığı
intensity control
şiddet kontrolu
intensity level
yoğunluk düzeyi
intensity modulation
şiddet modülasyonu
intensity of magnetization
manyetizasyon şiddeti
intensity of radiation
radyasyon şiddeti
intensity of radiation
ışınım yeğinliği
intensity multiplier
yoğunluk çarpanı
intensity factor
(Askeri) YOĞUNLUK FAKTÖRÜ: Verilen bir bölgede verilen bir harekatın tahmin edilebilir yoğunluğunu veya özel hususiyetini değerlendirmek için planlama faaliyetlerinde kullanılan bir çarpan faktör
intensity level
yoğunluk seviyesi
intensity mine circuit
(Askeri) mayın yoğunluk devresi
intensity mine circuit
(Askeri) MAYIN YOĞUNLUK DEVRESİ: Faaliyete geçmesi, bölgede hiç gemi bulunmadığı zaman mayının maruz kaldığı daha önceden kurulmuş bir asgari seviyeden farklılık gösteren seviyeye ulaşan alan kuvvetine bağlı devre
intensity of magnetization
mıknatıslanma yeğinliği
intensity scale
şiddet ölçeği
increasing in strength or intensity
güç ve yoğunluk artıyor
increase in intensity
yoğunluğunu artırmak
diminish in intensity
diminish in intensity
effective intensity
(Havacılık) tesirli şiddet
excessive intensity of memory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) aşırı belleme
luminous intensity
(Aydınlatma) ışıksal yeğinlik
luminous intensity
(Havacılık) ışık şiddeti
rainfall intensity
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) yağış şiddeti
calorific intensity
ısıl kapasite
change intensity
yoğunluğunu değiştir
current intensity level
akım şiddeti düzeyi
electrostatic field intensity
elektrostatik alan şiddeti
factor intensity
faktör yoğunluğu
half intensity
yarı yoğunluk
high intensity carbon
yüksek şiddetli karbon
luminous intensity
ışıldama şiddeti
luminous intensity
aydınlatma şiddeti
magnetic field intensity
manyetik alan yoğunluğu
magnetic intensity
mıknatıssal yeğinlik
magnetic intensity
manyetik şiddet
radiation intensity
radyasyon şiddeti
sound intensity
ses şiddeti
field intensity
alan şiddeti
yüksek yoğunluk
light intensity
ışık yoğunluğu
low intensity warfare
düşük yoğunluklu çatışma
radiant intensity
ışıma şiddeti, ısınır yeğinlik
sound intensity
ses şiddeti, ses yeginligi
consonant intensity
(Dilbilim) ünsüz yeğinliği
current intensity
akim yeginligi
dielectric intensity
dielektrik yoğunluğu
edge intensity
ayrit yeginligi
electric intensity
elektrik yeginligi
energy intensity
(Nükleer Bilimler) enerji yeğinliği (şiddeti)
fishing intensity
(Denizbilim) balıkçılık yoğunluğu
fishing intensity
(Denizbilim) av yeğinliği
high intensity conflict
(Askeri) yüksek yoğunluklu çatışma
low intensity conflict
(Askeri) alçak yoğunluklu çatışma
medium intensity conflict
(Askeri) orta yoğunluklu çatışma
mid intensity conflict
(Askeri) orta yoğunluklu gerginlik
mid intensity conflict
(Askeri) orta yoğunluklu çatışma
noise intensity
gurultu yeginligi
photon intensity
(Aydınlatma) fotonsal yeğinlik
precipitation intensity
(Askeri) yağış yoğunluğu
radiant intensity
(Aydınlatma) erkesel yeğinlik
radiant intensity
(Fizik) ışıma şiddeti
radiant intensity
radyan yoğunluğu
radiant intensity
(Fizik) ışınır yeğinlik
radiation intensity
(Askeri) RADYASYON YOĞUNLUĞU: Belirli bir yer ve zamandaki radyasyon doz şiddeti. Bu yoğunluk, nükleer infilaktan belirli bir süre sonra ele alınmış radyasyon yoğunluğunu ifade için bir rakamla birlikte kullanılabilir. Örneğin; R13; infilaktan 3 saat sonraki radyasyon yoğunluğudur
radiation intensity
(Nükleer Bilimler) ışınım şiddeti
radiation intensity; Refugees International; routing indicator; relevant informa
(Askeri) radyasyon yoğunluğu; Uluslararası Mülteciler Kuruluşu; haberleşme göstergesi; ilgili bilgi
rainfall intensity curve
yağış şiddet eğrisi
rainfall intensity frequency
yağış şiddeti tekerrürü
sediment discharge intensity
sediment debisi şiddeti
seismic intensity
(Nükleer Bilimler) deprem şiddeti
seismic intensity map
(Çevre) sismik şiddet haritası
seismic intensity scale
(Çevre) sismik şiddet skalası
seismic shock intensity
sismik darbe şiddeti
shear intensity
kesme şiddeti
shear intensity
kayma şiddeti
sprinkler irrigation intensity
yağmurlama sulaması şiddeti
sprinkler irrigation intensity
sulama yağış şiddeti
stress intensity
gerilme yoğunluğu
vertical intensity
dikey yeginlik
visitor intensity
ziyaretçi yoğunluğu
Englisch - Englisch
the quality of being intense
time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance
The severity of an earthquake in terms of its effects on the earth's surface, and buildings. The value depends on the distance from the epicentre, and is not to be confused with the magnitude
the degree of strength
syn. radiance
can mean any of radiant intensity, luminous intensity or irradiance
{i} quality of being intense; strength, energy; strength of feeling; extreme degree; depth; clarity, amount of light emitted from a graphics device or from a pixel (Computers)
1 In visual perception, one of the three basic parameters (hue, intensity, and saturation) which may be used to describe the physical perception of color Intensity is a measure of the energy of the spectral distribution, at a given point in an image or scene, weighted by the spectral response of the visual system Luminance is the energy of the physical spectrum, but not weighted by the visual response Brightness sometimes is used synonymously with either term See chromaticity 2 In photometry, a measure, sometimes called specific intensity of the amount of radiant energy received per unit solid angle per unit time per unit area of a surface element orthogonal to the direction of propagation of the radiation 3 In radio astronomy, a term often used much more loosely to mean either the flux density of an unresolved radio source or the surface brightness of an extended source The normalization and the units must be determined from the context because of the looser usage
  The square of the electric field strength of an electromagnetic wave   Note:   Intensity is proportional to irradiance and may be used in place of the term "irradiance" when only relative values are important
A measure of shaking strength of an earthquake at a particular location Intensity is largest at the epicenter and decreases in all directions from the epicenter Intensity is measured by the Modified Mercalli scale, from I (not felt except by few) to XII (damage total)
The amount of energy of any radiation incident upon (or flowing through) unit area, perpendicular to the radiation beam, in unit time The intensity of thermal radiation is generally expressed in calories per square centimeter per second falling on a given surface at any specified instant As applied to nuclear radiation, the term intensity is sometimes used, rather loosely, to express the exposure (or dose) rate at a given location
per unit of surface, or of volume, as the case may be; as, the measure of the intensity of a total stress of forty pounds which is distributed uniformly over a surface of four square inches area is ten pounds per square inch
The state or quality of being intense; intenseness; extreme degree; as, intensity of heat, cold, mental application, passion, etc
A measure of the destructive effects of an earthquake at the surface It is measured on the Modified Mercalli Scale
chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vividness of hue
The brightness or dullness of a hue The saturation, strength or purity of a color The quality of light reflected by a surface
The strength of a signal, such as light or sound For light, the intensity is the brightness, for sound it is the volume For a given wavelength of light, the intensity tells you how much how much of that color of light is being produced by the source Use the "back" button to return to the lesson
Measure of the flow of power emitted by a surface Intensity is expressed in watts (W) per square meter In other words, how much light is concentrated in an area If two bulbs are reflecting onto the same surface with one burning at 100 W and another at 60 W, there is more intensity from the 100 W bulb because more energy is being transferred to the same area
A measure of the effects of an earthquake at a particular place on humans and (or) structures The intensity at a point depends not only upon the strength of the earthquake (magnitude) but also upon the distance from the earthquake to the epicenter and the local geology at that point
high level or degree; the property of being intense the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); "he adjusted the intensity of the sound"; "they measured the station's signal strength
The amount or degree of energy with which a force operates or a cause acts; effectiveness, as estimated by results produced
The density or opaqueness of a color Also, the amount of light put out by a lamp
A measure of the severity of shaking at a particular site It is usually estimated from descriptions of damage to buildings and terrain The intensity is often greatest near the earthquake epicenter Today, the Modified Mercalli Scale is commonly used to rank the intensity from I to XII according to the kind and amount of damage produced Before 1931 earthquake intensities were often reported using the Rossi-Forel scale
The square of the electric field strength of an electromagnetic wave Intensity is proportional to irradiance and may get used in place of the term "irradiance" when only relative values are important
The degree or depth of shade in a picture
The magnitude of radiant energy (light) per unit, such as time or reflecting surface
in terms of acoustic output, the term "High Intensity" is favored herein in lieu of "High Power" because high intensity is required for cavitation A 1/16" (1 6mm) diameter tip on a probe does not require much power at all to radiate at high intensity whereas a large sonar array may soak up enormous power while radiating at very low intensity
The amount of radiation, for example, the number of photons arriving in a given time
A number (written as a Roman numeral) describing the severity of an earthquake in terms of its effects on the earth's surface and on humans and their structures Several scales exist, but the ones most commonly used in the United States are the Modified Mercalli scale and the Rossi-Forel scale There are many intensities for an earthquake, depending on where you are, unlike the magnitude, which is one number for each earthquake
high level or degree; the property of being intense
the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction); "the kids played their music at full volume"
the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); "he adjusted the intensity of the sound"; "they measured the station's signal strength"
Power per unit area of light entering or leaving a surface It is often normalized to the range 0 to 1 by dividing by a maximum intensity
a component of IHS (intensity, hue, saturation) which is the overall brightness of the scene and varies from 0 (black) to 1 (white)
A subjective measure of the force of an earthquake at a particular place as determined by its effects on persons, structures, and earth materials Intensity is a measure of effects as contrasted with magnitude, which is a measure of energy The principal scale used in the U S today is the Modified Mercalli, 1956 version
A measure of the effects of an earthquake at a particular place on humans, structures and (or) the land itself The intensity at a point depends not only upon the strength of the earthquake (magnitude) but also upon the distance from the earthquake to the point and the local geology at that point
A measure of the effects at a particular place produced by shaking during an earthquake (Not to be confused with magnitude )
time-averaged energy flux (the ratio of average power to the area through which the power "flows"); irradiance"
A qualitative measure of the number and relative strengths of the gases and vapors present in the bouquet of the coffee
A measure of the extent to which a tract of land is developed Residential density in units per acre is a measure of intensity; floor area ratio is also a measure of intensity, as is square feet per acre Intensity can also be described or measured in terms of impacts such as traffic loading, sewage disposal needs, etc
The magnitude of a distributed force, as pressure, stress, weight, etc
Refers to the brightness or dullness of a color; amount of saturation
For gamma-ray bursts, a measure of the strength of a burst It is measured as the number of photons crossing a given surface (i e the detector) per second
intensity of pressure
degree to which pressure is being applied
luminous intensity
A measure of the power emitted by a source of light; equal to the flux density per solid angle
{n} strength, extreme degree
change intensity
increase or decrease in intensity
electric intensity
The ratio of the electrostatic force exerted on a body to the charge on the body
field intensity
strength of a field at a given point (measured by the force generated on a unit or mass at that point)
half the maximum intensity
plural of intensity
light intensity
strength of light, magnitude of light
luminous intensity
The luminous flux density per solid angle as measured in a given direction relative to the emitting source
luminous intensity unit
a measure of luminous intensity
magnetic intensity
A quantity used in describing magnetic phenomena in terms of their magnetic fields and magnetization
rainfall intensity
strength of rainfall, force and density with which the rain falls