mechanics

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Englisch - Türkisch
i., fiz. mekanik
mekanik

Biz mekanik hakkında tutkuluyuz. - We are passionate about mechanics.

{i} hareket bilimi
(Tıp) Kuvvetlerin cisimler üzerindeki etkisinden ve hareketinden bahseden bilim dalı, mekanik
makina ilmi
cisimlerin devimleriyle ilgili olayları inceleyen bilim
teknik
mekanik bilimi
makine bilimi
mechanic
{i} tamirci

Tom bir tamirci olarak bir iş buldu. - Tom found a job as a mechanic.

Tamirci onarımın uzun sürmeyeceğini söyledi. - The mechanic said the repair would not take long.

mental mechanics
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) zihinsel mekanik
mechanic
araba tamircisi

Tom bir araba tamircisiydi. - Tom used to be a car mechanic.

Tom bir araba tamircisidir. - Tom is a car mechanic.

mechanic
makineci
mechanic
makinaya ait
mechanic
makine ile yapılan
mechanic
makineye ait
mechanic
mekanik

Mekanik bir sorunumuz var. - We've got a mechanical problem.

Tom bir mekanik deha. - Tom is a mechanical genius.

mechanic
{i} motor tamircisi
mechanic
makina ustası
mechanic
el sanatlarına ait
mechanic
(Askeri) MAKİNİST: Makinistliği sanat edinmiş olan ve her türlü makina hizmetlerini yapabilen usta
celestial mechanics
(Askeri) astronomi mekaniği
continuum mechanics
sürekli ortamlar mekaniği
fluid mechanics
akışkan mekaniği
fracture mechanics
(Fizik,İnşaat) kırılma mekaniği
mechanic
makine işçisi
mechanic
mekanikçi
mechanic
makineli
mechanic
teknisyen

Sami, Leyla'nın özel teknisyeni olarak çalıştı. - Sami worked as Layla's private mechanic.

mechanic
mekanik teknisyen
structural mechanics
(Çevre) yapısal mekanik
celestial mechanics
gök mekaniği
fluid mechanics
sıvı mekaniği
fluid mechanics
akışkanlar mekaniği
mechanic
makinist

Tom bir makinist olmak istedi. - Tom wanted to be a mechanic.

quantum mechanics
kuvantum mekaniği
soil mechanics
toprak mekaniği
wave mechanics
dalga mekaniği
edging, bordering (mechanics)
(Mekaniği ile sınır) kenar
fluid mechanics
akıskanlar mekaniği
rock mechanics
kaya mekaniği, kayaç düzeneği
statistical mechanics
istatistiksel mekanik
structural mechanics
Katı cisim mekaniği, yapı mekaniği
agricultural mechanics
(Tarım) tarım mekaniği
applied mechanics
tatbiki mekanik
celestial mechanics
(Askeri) ASTRONOMİ MEKANİĞİ, GÖK MEKANİĞİ: Gök cisimlerinin yörüngelerini tespitle bir etken olarak kuvvet etkisi ile meşgul olan bilim. Bu bilim geniş ölçüde, çekim kanunun tatbiki ile ilgilenir
matrix mechanics
matris mekaniği
quantum mechanics
(İnşaat) nicemsel işleybilim
quantum mechanics
(Nükleer Bilimler) kuantum mekaniği
respiratory mechanics
(Tıp) solunum mekaniği
rock mechanics
kaya mekaniği
several mechanics
ekip çalışması
soil mechanics
zemin mekaniği
Englisch - Englisch
The design and construction of machines
Spelling and punctuation
The branch of physics that deals with the action of forces on material objects with mass
plural form of mechanic
the branch of physics that treats the phenomena caused by the action of forces
{n} the science or laws of force, or of machinery to apply force
The repetitive physical process of throwing the dice in precision shooting
the technical aspects of doing something; "a mechanism of social control"; "mechanisms of communication"; "the mechanics of prose style"
the branch of physics concerned with the motion of bodies in a frame of reference
That branch of physics dealing with the action of forces on bodies which includes kinetics and statics
{i} branch of applied mathematics, study of the movement of bodies and forces; study of machines; technical workings or details of a particular thing
(n) An area of applied physics which, at a macro level, deals with the response of bodies (parts) to the action of forces, and, at the micro level, with the response of materials
That science, or branch of applied mathematics, which treats of the action of forces on bodies
Punctuation Correct use of the following: colons commas in dates, series, addresses commas around interrupters (including but not limited to appositives) commas and semicolons in sentence types commas with certain clauses apostrophes in possessives quotation marks and comma with dialogue quotation marks and underlining for titles Capitalization Correct capitalization of the following: proper nouns and adjectives academic subjects and classes correctly (e g , history, sophomore) title of works
Science of the action of forces on material bodies. It forms a central part of all physical science and engineering. Beginning with Newton's laws of motion in the 17th century, the theory has since been modified and expanded by the theories of quantum mechanics and relativity. Newton's theory of mechanics, known as classical mechanics, accurately represented the effects of forces under all conditions known in his time. It can be divided into statics, the study of equilibrium, and dynamics, the study of motion caused by forces. Though classical mechanics fails on the scale of atoms and molecules, it remains the framework for much of modern science and technology. celestial mechanics fluid mechanics quantum mechanics soil mechanics statistical mechanics
In the discussion of the skills-learning process, the common or objective factors underlying the choice of a method for resolving a task The outer-world component of skills, as opposed to the inner-world components made up by the subjective approaches to the skill In scientism, the mechanics affecting a task are often ignored, as they are considered to be implicit in the method
referring to space, energy, objects and time When something has those things in it, it constitutes something mechanical
The study of objects in motion and the forces that produce the motion
– the branch of physics that deals with the kinetics and dynamics of macroscopic (large-scale) objects
mechanics lien
A lien on real property, created by statue in many years, in favor of persons supplying labor or materials for a building or structure, for the value of labor or materials supplied by them In some jurisdictions, a mechanics lien also exists for the value of professional services Clear title to the property cannot be obtained until the claim for the labor, materials, or professional services is settled Timely filing is essential to support the encumbrance, and prescribed filing dates vary by jurisdiction
mechanics lien
A lien created by judgement for the purpose of paying for work performed and materials furnished in construction, repair or improvements to land, or attached to the land
mechanics lien
A lien created by statute for the purpose of securing priority of payment for the price of value of work performed and materials furnished in construction or repair of improvements to land, and which attaches to the land as well as the improvements
mechanics lien
a lien placed on property by an unpaid workman or a material supplier for improvements to the property
mechanics lien
The right given by state law for a supplier of goods or services to impose a lien on the property that has been improved by the goods or services, where payment has not been received, even if there is no contractual agreement between the owner and the creditor
mechanics lien
A lien or claim on property given by a buyer to a lender a security for money borrowed
mechanics lien
A statutory lien created in favor of contractors, laborers and materialmen who have performed work or furnished materials in the erection or repair of the building
mechanics lien
A statutory lien against property claimed by those who have provided labor or materials for construction on that property and who have not been paid
mechanics lien
The right of an unpaid contractor or subcontractor to file a lien against property to recover the amount due to him/her
mechanics lien
The legal enforceable claim which a person who has performed work or provided materials is permitted to make against title to the property or as a preferential person in the event the estate or business is liquidated
mechanics lien
A lien created by statute which exists against real property in favor of persons who have performed work or furnished materials for the improvement of the real estate A lien allowed by statute to contractors, laborers, and materialmen on buildings, or other structures upon which work has been performed or material supplied
mechanics lien
Recourse available to repair facilities in some states by which they can confiscate and sell your vehicle to compensate themselves if you don't pay your bill
mechanics lien
A lien against real estate, filed by a contractor, laborer, or someone who supplies materials The lien is filed for payment that was not received
mechanics lien
>> A lien created by state law for debts owed to a carpenter, contractor, plumber or other entity hired by the property's titleholder for services performed or materials provided to repair or improve the property
mechanics lien
A type of lien issued on behalf of persons supplying labor or materials for a job to guarantee payment Under it, clear title to the property cannot be obtained until the claim is settled
mechanics lien
A lien created by statute for the purpose of securing priority of payment for the price or value of work performed and materials furnished in construction or repair of improvements to land, and which attaches to the land as well as the improvements
mechanics lien
A lien created by law which exists in favor of persons who have performed services or furnished materials in the erection or repair of a building
mechanics lien
A lien created by statue for the purpose of securing priority of payment for the price of value of work performed and materials furnished in construction of repair of improvements to land, and which attached to the land as well as the improvements
mechanics lien
A lien issued for the purpose of securing payments for work performed and material used in construction or improvement of the property
mechanics lien
A lien that secures priority of payment for the price of work performed and materials furnished in construction or repair of improvements to land, and which attaches to the land as well as the improvements
mechanics lien
A claim against the state or interest of the owner in a property for labour, services, or materials supplied to it
Newtonian mechanics
early classical mechanics as propounded by Isaac Newton, especially that based on his laws of motion and theory of gravity
analytic mechanics
The application of calculus to classical mechanics
auto mechanics
plural form of auto mechanic
celestial mechanics
The dynamics of celestial bodies subject to mutual gravitational attraction
classical mechanics
all of the physical laws of nature that account for the behaviour of the normal world, but break down when dealing with the very small (see quantum mechanics) or the very fast or very heavy (see relativity)
fluid mechanics
The branch of mechanics dealing with gases and liquids, either at rest or in motion
gas mechanics
The branch of fluid mechanics that deals with the action of forces on gases
hereditary mechanics
The branch of mechanics dealing with the effects of stress and strain on physical bodies over time
matrix mechanics
The original formulation of quantum mechanics in which the operators were represented by time-dependent matrices
mechanic
A skilled worker capable of building or repairing machinery. A mechanic can be compared to a technician, the distinction being that the technician is stronger in theory, the mechanic stronger in hands-on experience
mechanics.
mech
molecular mechanics
A non-rigorous method of computing the structures, energies, and some properties of molecules by assuming they behave like small balls connected by springs
nonquantum mechanics
classical or Newtonian mechanics rather than quantum mechanics
nonrelativistic mechanics
The mechanics of objects moving at velocities considerably less than the speed of light
particle mechanics
The study of the motion of individual particles
quantum mechanics
Something overly complicated or detailed
quantum mechanics
The branch of physics which studies matter and energy at the level of atoms and other elementary particles, and substitutes probabilistic mechanisms for classical Newtonian ones
relativistic mechanics
The mechanics of objects moving at velocities comparable to the speed of light; is compatible with the special and general theories of relativity
rock mechanics
The science that studies the mechanical behaviour of rock
soil mechanics
The application of mechanics (especially fluid mechanics) to soils, especially as a basis for the design and construction of building foundations and earthworks
soil mechanics and engineering
The sub-disciplines of engineering and soil science that apply engineering principles to problems involving the soil
statistical mechanics
The branch of physics that uses statistical laws to make theoretical predictions about macroscopic systems of particles
wave mechanics
The mathematical basis for quantum mechanics in which light and subatomic particles have the characteristics of both waves and particles
mechanic
{n} an artificer, a handicraftsman
Popular Mechanics
monthly American magazine that covers a variety of topics (home improvement, automotive, science, technology, etc.)
airplane mechanics
the craft of building and repairing airplanes
auto mechanics
the craft of building and repairing automobiles
automobile mechanics
people who repair cars, auto repairmen
body mechanics
The application of kinesiology to the use of proper body movement in daily activities, to the prevention and correction of problems associated with posture, and to the enhancement of coordination and endurance
celestial mechanics
The science of the motion of celestial bodies under the influence of gravitational forces. Branch of astronomy that deals with the mathematical theory of the motions of celestial bodies. Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary motion (1609-19) and Newton's laws of motion (1687) are fundamental to it. In the 18th century, powerful methods of mathematical analysis were generally successful in accounting for the observed motions of bodies in the solar system. One branch of celestial mechanics deals with the effect of gravitation on rotating bodies, with applications to Earth (see tide) and other objects in space. A modern derivation, called orbital mechanics or flight mechanics, deals with the motions of spacecraft under the influence of gravity, thrust, atmospheric drag, and other forces; it is used to calculate trajectories for ascent into space, achieving orbit, rendezvous, descent, and lunar and interplanetary flights
celestial mechanics
the branch of astronomy concerned with the application of Newton's laws of motion to the motions of heavenly bodies
classical mechanics
the branch of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion
fluid mechanics
applied science embodying the basic principles of gaseous and liquid flow
fluid mechanics
study of the mechanics of fluids
fluid mechanics
The branch of mechanics that is concerned with the properties of gases and liquids. Study of the effects of forces and energy on liquids and gases. One branch of the field, hydrostatics, deals with fluids at rest; the other, fluid dynamics, deals with fluids in motion and with the motion of bodies through fluids. Liquids and gases are both treated as fluids because they often have the same equations of motion and exhibit the same flow phenomena. The subject has numerous applications in fields varying from aeronautics and marine engineering to the study of blood flow and the dynamics of swimming
laws of mechanics
fundamental laws of kinetics statics and kinematics
mechanic
{i} skilled repairman of cars or machines
mechanic
into any kind of structure, machine, or other object, requiring the use of tools, or instruments
mechanic
Of or pertaining to a mechanic or artificer, or to the class of artisans; hence, rude; common; vulgar
mechanic
A mechanician; an artisan; an artificer; one who practices any mechanic art; one skilled or employed in shaping and uniting materials, as wood, metal, etc
mechanic
Mechanics is the part of physics that deals with the natural forces that act on moving or stationary objects. He has not studied mechanics or engineering
mechanic
Base
mechanic
A mechanic is someone whose job is to repair and maintain machines and engines, especially car engines. If you smell gas fumes or burning, take the car to your mechanic
mechanic
The art of the application of the laws of motion or force to construction
mechanic
someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles
mechanic
resembling the action of a machine; "from blank to blank a threadless way I pushed mechanic feet"- Emily Dickenson
mechanic
The mechanics of a process, system, or activity are the way in which it works or the way in which it is done. What are the mechanics of this new process?
mechanic
Having to do with the application of the laws of motion in the art of constructing or making things; of or pertaining to mechanics; mechanical; as, the mechanic arts
mechanic
a craftsman skilled in operating machine tools
precision mechanics
maintenance and repair of precision instruments
quantum mechanics
branch of physics dealing with the descripiton of behavior of subatomic particles in terms of quanta
quantum mechanics
Quantum theory, especially the quantum theory of the structure and behavior of atoms and molecules. the scientific study of the way that atoms and smaller parts of things behave. Branch of mathematical physics that deals with atomic and subatomic systems. It is concerned with phenomena that are so small-scale that they cannot be described in classical terms, and it is formulated entirely in terms of statistical probabilities. Considered one of the great ideas of the 20th century, quantum mechanics was developed mainly by Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg, and Max Born and led to a drastic reappraisal of the concept of objective reality. It explained the structure of atoms, atomic nuclei (see nucleus), and molecules; the behaviour of subatomic particles; the nature of chemical bonds (see bonding); the properties of crystalline solids (see crystal); nuclear energy; and the forces that stabilize collapsed stars. It also led directly to the development of the laser, the electron microscope, and the transistor
quantum mechanics
the branch of quantum physics that accounts for matter at the atomic level; an extension of statistical mechanics based on quantum theory (especially the Pauli exclusion principle)
soil mechanics
Study of soils and their utilization, especially in planning foundations for structures and highways. How the soil of a given site will support the weight of structures or respond to movement in the course of construction depends on a number of properties (e.g., compressibility, elasticity, and permeability). Examination techniques include trench-digging, boring, and pumping samples to the surface with water. Seismic testing and measurement of electrical resistance also yield helpful information. In road construction, soil mechanics helps determine which type of pavement (rigid or flexible) will last longer. The study of soil characteristics is also used to choose the most suitable method for excavating underground tunnels. See also foundation, settling
statistical mechanics
{i} branch of physics that deals with and examines macroscopic systems by implementing statistical principles to their microscopic components
statistical mechanics
the branch of physics that makes theoretical predictions about the behavior of macroscopic systems on the basis of statistical laws governing its component particles
statistical mechanics
Branch of physics that combines the principles and procedures of statistics with the laws of both classical mechanics and quantum mechanics. It considers the average behaviour of a large number of particles rather than the behaviour of any individual particle, drawing heavily on the laws of probability, and aims to predict and explain the measurable properties of macroscopic (bulk) systems on the basis of the properties and behaviour of their microscopic constituents
wave mechanics
A theory that ascribes characteristics of waves to subatomic particles and attempts to interpret physical phenomena on this basis
wave mechanics
the modern form of quantum theory; an extension of quantum mechanics based on Schrodinger's equation; atomic events are explained as interactions between particle waves
wave mechanics
modern form of quantum theory
mechanics

    Silbentrennung

    me·chan·ics

    Türkische aussprache

    mıkänîks

    Aussprache

    /məˈkanəks/ /məˈkænɪks/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1562. From Latin mechanicus from Ancient Greek μηχανικός (mēkhanikos) from μηχανή (mēkhanē, “machine, tool”)

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