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English - Turkish
borular takımı
(Matematik) çokkatmanlı
(Biyokimya) düzenek
çok gözlü boru
(Otomotiv) manifolt
türlü türlü
büklüm,v.birçok kopyasını çıkar: adj.manifold
{f} çoğaltmak
i teksir edilmiş kopyalardan biri
{i} çoğaltılan yazı örneği
{s} çeşitli
{i} kopya
makina ile kopyalarını çıkarmak teksir etmek
{s} türlü türlü, pek çok ve çeşitli. i., oto. manifolt
manifolderteksir makinas
çeşit çeşit
{i} dağıtım borusu
(Nükleer Bilimler) teksir
{s} birçok
pek çok
taksim borusu
{f} teksirle çoğaltmak
pek çok ve çeşitli
emme borusu
manifold flange
manifold flanşı
manifold paper
teksir kâğıdı
manifold paper
karbon kâğıdı
manifold pressure
manifold basıncı
manifold flange
manifold flansi
manifold absolute pressure
(Otomotiv) manifolt basınç sensörü
manifold absolute pressure
manifold mutlak basıncı
manifold air temperature
manifold hava sıcaklığı
manifold distributor
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) akış dağıtıcı
manifold flange
(Otomotiv) manifolt flanşı
manifold heat control valve
(Otomotiv) manifold ısı kontrol valfi
manifold injection
(Otomotiv) manifold enjeksiyonu
manifold paper
karbon kağıdı
manifold pressure
(Otomotiv) manifolt basıncı
manifold pressure sensor
(Otomotiv) basınç sonrası
manifold surface temperature
manifold yüzey sıcaklığı
manifold tuning valve
(Otomotiv,Teknik) manifold ayarlama valfi
air brake manifold
hava freni manifoldu
analytic manifold
analitik manifolt
complex manifold
kompleks manifolt
induction manifold
endüksiyon manifoldu
inlet manifold
emme manifoldu
intake and exhaust manifold
emme ve egzoz manifoldu
intake manifold
emme manifoldu
linear manifold
doğrusal manifolt
high rise manifold
(Otomotiv) Yüksek boğazlı emme manifoldu
oil manifold
yağ manifoldu
suction manifold
emme manifoldu
complex manifold
(Matematik) karmaşık katmanlı uzay
differential manifold
(Matematik) diferensiyel manifold
fuel manifold
(İnşaat) yakıt galerisi
hose water pipe manifold
su borusu hortum ağzı
inlet manifold
giriş manifoldu
inlet manifold heater
(Otomotiv) emme manifold ısıtıcısı
inlet manifold swirl
(Otomotiv) emme manifold türbülansı
inlet manifold vacuum
(Otomotiv) emme manifold vakumu
intake manifold
alış manifoldu
intake manifold
giriş manifoldu
intake manifold pressure
(Otomotiv) emme manifold basıncı
intake manifold vacuum
(Otomotiv) emme manifold vakumu
linear manifold
(Matematik) doğrusal manifold
linear manifold
(Matematik) doğrusal katman
birçok şekilde
regulated manifold
ayarlı manifolt
split manifold
(Otomotiv) ayrılmış manifold
water manifold
(İnşaat) su manifoldu
Turkish - Turkish
Otomobil motorunda silindirleri giriş ve çıkışlara bağlayan boru donanımı
English - English
A copy made by the manifold writing process
Exhibited at diverse times or in various ways

1611 The manifold wisdom of God. — . (King James Bible).

A topological space that looks locally like the "ordinary" Euclidean space \mathbb{R}^n and is a Hausdorff space
Various in kind or quality; many in number; numerous; multiplied; complicated; diverse

The manifold meanings of the simple English word set are infamous among dictionary makers.

A pipe fitting or similar device that connects multiple inputs or outputs
The third stomach of a ruminant animal, an omasum

My conjecture being right he will find the third stomach, or manifolds, the seat of difficulty.

Many times; repeatedly

when his daughter deare he does behold, / Her dearely doth imbrace, and kisseth manifold.

{a} many, divers, repeated, multiplied
A tube that connects the high-pressure air from two tanks together so that the air from both tanks may be used from either regulator on the tanks
Set of pipes and valves directing the effluent or production into facilities Mantle: Impermeable stratum overlaying a reservoir which prevents the hydrocarbons contained in it from migrating to other rocks Mantle (earth's): The part of the earth between the crust and the central core Mercaptan: Molecules containing sulfur, with a low molecular weight and therefore very light Mother (or source) rock: Rock in which hydrocarbons are formed MTBE: Methyl tertiary butyl ethane is a gasoline additive which increases octane rating MTBF: Mean time between failures is the average service life of a piece of process equipment, particularly for rotating equipment A refinery's MTBF is one indicator of the effectiveness of its maintenance program
A Manifold is a set of points in some space The set can be locally parameterized by a set of mappings from a Euclidean base space, to a Euclidean target space The set of mappings is called an Atlas, and each mapping is called a chart (in analogy to the way maps are made to navigate on the surface of the earth) The charts must overlap, and must agree on the overlap
A topological space that is "locally Euclidean" in the sense that every point is contained in an open set that is homeomorphic to an open set of Euclidean n-space R Additional conditions such as differentiability are often imposed The manifold is the primary object of study in differential geomentry
A paper form made up of a number of sheets interleaved with carbon paper
A device for distributing plumbing lines from a central location into a number of different directions in order to reach various fixtures or various portions of the home Manufactured manifold systems are typically installed without fittings Such systems are not covered unless they contain acetal-plastic or metal insert fittings
A piping system fitted with several apertures for mutliple connections, used to transport gas from one location to another
A series of plumbing connections and piping beneath the trailer where all waste and vent pipes tie together for a single discharge point
A copy of a writing made by the manifold process
A topological space that looks locally like the "ordinary" Euclidean space mathbb{R}^n and is a Hausdorff space
a set of points such as those of a closed surface or and analogue in three or more dimensions
Piping of a number of cylinders or tubes into a common inlet or outlet (0301)
A large pipe to which a series of smaller pipes are connected Also called a header
Used on double cylinder systems Has 2 valves similar to single tank systems attached by a heavy duty crosspiece with a valve in the center
a pipe that has several lateral outlets to or from other pipes
A cylindrical pipe fitting, having a number of lateral outlets, for connecting one pipe with several others
{f} make copies of, duplicate
a conductor that provides multiple connection ports
Branch like arrangement of multiple pipes into one common pipe
a lightweight paper used with carbon paper to make multiple copies; "an original and two manifolds"
A fitting that connects a number of branches to the main; serves as a distribution point Back to alphabetical list
combine or increase by multiplication; "He managed to multiply his profits"
A pipe or assembly into which the filter elements are connected to from one common discharge for the filtrate
{s} varied, diverse; having many different parts or features; making use of or operating several devices at one time
Things that are manifold are of many different kinds. Gaelic can be heard here in manifold forms. many and of different kinds. an arrangement of pipes through which gases enter or leave a car engine. In mathematics, a topological space (see topology) with a family of local coordinate systems related to each other by certain classes of coordinate transformations. Manifolds occur in algebraic geometry, differential equations, and classical dynamics. They are studied for their global properties by the methods of algebra and algebraic topology and form a natural domain for the global analysis of differential equations. See also tensor analysis
A device used at the bottom of a lauter tun, to strain the wort from the grain Manifolds are commonly constructed from pieces of metal or plastic tubing, connected in a flat ring or "H" shape, into which holes or slots have been cut The tubing is attached to a fitting which passes through the wall of the lauter tun, to allow the wort to be drawn off Manifolds can also be constructed using pieces of welded tubular metal screen See also false bottom
in many ways
Various in kind or quality; many in number; numerous; multiplied; complicated
An assemblage of pipe, valves, and fittings by which fluid from one or more sources is selectively directed to various system or components
The branch pipe arrangement that connects several input pipes into one chamber or one chamber into several output pipes A filter manifold connects several input pipes from the filter septa back into one common pipe
Used to join a number of pipelines to a common inlet or outlet (Also see Header)
{i} something made up of many different parts; one of a number of copies; pipe or chamber having a number of outlets (Mechanics)
make multiple copies of; "multiply a letter"
many and varied; having many features or forms; "manifold reasons"; "our manifold failings"; "manifold intelligence"; "the multiplex opportunities in high technology
A fundamental mathematical object which locally resembles a line, a plane, or space (is locally homeomorphic to a vector space) For example, a sphere or a doughnut, the playing field of the video game Asteroids, and (in the theory of general relativity) physical space are all manifolds The term n-manifold means a manifold which locally resembles n-dimensional space, not one which might lie in n-dimensional space
a pipe that has several lateral outlets to or from other pipes a set of points such as those of a closed surface or and analogue in three or more dimensions make multiple copies of; "multiply a letter"
Exhibited at divers times or in various ways; used to qualify nouns in the singular number
The device that distributes fluid and/or air
A piping arrangement containing valves to combine several flows, or re-route a flow to one of several possible destinations
A filter assembly containing multiple ports and integral relating components which services more than one fluid circuit
To take copies of by the process of manifold writing; as, to manifold a letter
The third stomach of a ruminant animal
A multiple header for connecting several cylinders to one or more torch supply lines
manifold paper
a lightweight paper used with carbon paper to make multiple copies; "an original and two manifolds
A manifold of the specified number of dimensions
Riemannian manifold
in Riemannian geometry, a real differentiable manifold M in which each tangent space is equipped with an inner product g, a Riemannian metric, in a manner which varies smoothly from point to point
intake manifold
Part of an engine that supplies the fuel/air mixture to the cylinder
pseudo-Riemannian manifold
in differential geometry, a generalization of a Riemannian manifold
{a} in a manifold manner, diversly
high rise manifold
(Otomotiv) An intake manifold designed to mount the carburetor or carburetors, considerably higher above the engine than is done in the standard manifold. This is done to improve the angle at which the fuel is delivered
exhaust manifold
(Otomotiv) A set of pipes or a casting connected to the combustion chamber that carry exhaust gases from the engine to the exhaust system and out of the car through the tailpipe
exhaust manifold
a manifold that receives exhaust gases from the cylinders and conducts them to the exhaust pipe
inlet manifold
manifold that carries vaporized fuel from the carburetor to the inlet valves of the cylinders
intake manifold
A set of tubes that carry the air/fuel mixture from the carburetor to the cylinders
intake manifold
A housing that directs the air/fuel mixture through the openings in the cylinder heads
intake manifold
(Otomotiv) A set of pipes or a casting through which the engine draws a fuel/air mixture from fuel injectors or a carburetor into each cylinder
intake manifold
The network of passages that direct air or air-fuel mixture from the throttle body to the intake ports in the cylinder head The flow typically proceeds from the throttle body into a chamber called the plenum, which in turn feeds individual tubes, called runners, leading to each intake port Engine breathing is enhanced if the intake manifold is configured to optimize the pressure pulses in the intake system
intake manifold
A set of pipes through which the engine draws a fuel/air mixture from fuel injectors or a carburetor into each cylinder
intake manifold
Component attached to the engine through which the air/fuel mixture reaches the cylinders AMERICA'S CAR SHOW with Tom Torbjornsen provides this glossary of automotive terms so Joe Average can discuss car repair and maintenance with Technician Bob If you find a word or term you don't understand in Tom's Corner or the Forum, search for it here
intake manifold
a manifold consisting of a pipe to carry fuel to each cylinder in an internal-combustion engine
Having many folds, layers, or plates; as, a manifolded shield
diversely, in many ways
In a manifold manner
plural of manifold