tunnel

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English - Turkish
tünel

Onların Yeni Zelanda'dadaki tüneller ile ilgili çok sayıda sorunları olduklarını duydum. - I hear they have a lot of problems with the tunnels in New Zealand.

Japonya'da en uzun tünel nerede? - Where is the longest tunnel in Japan?

yeraltı geçidi
tünel yapmak
tünel açmak
{f} tünelle

Onların Yeni Zelanda'dadaki tüneller ile ilgili çok sayıda sorunları olduklarını duydum. - I hear they have a lot of problems with the tunnels in New Zealand.

Kudüs, tüneller ve alt geçitler kentidir. - Jerusalem is a city of tunnels and underpasses.

yeraltı yolu
(fiil) tünel açmak
tunnel disease bends
yeraltı maden ocağının yatay yolu
{f} tünel aç
{i} galeri (maden)
yeraltında yol veya geçit açmak
transistör gibi amplifikatör
tunnel diode elek
(Tıp) Kapalı yol, tünel
dehliz
içgeçit
tunnel boring
tünel açma
tunnel boring machine
tünel açma makinesi
tunnel drier
tünel kurutucu
tunnel effect
(Fizik,Teknik) tünel etkisi
tunnel excavation
(İnşaat) tünel kazısı
tunnel form
(İnşaat) tünel kalıp
tunnel kiln
(İnşaat) tünel fırın
tunnel vault
(Mimarlık) beşik kemer
tunnel vault
(Arkeoloji,İnşaat) beşiktonoz
tunnel vault
beşik tonoz
tunnel vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tünel görüşü
tunnel effect
tünel olayı
tunnel furnace
tünel fırın
tunnel diode
tünel diyodu
tunnel formwork system
tünel kalıp sistemi
tunnel lining
tünel kaplaması
tunnel tünel
tünel açmak
tunnel access
(Askeri) tünel açıklığı
tunnel bearing
tünel şaft yataktan
tunnel blacks
tünel yatakları
tunnel boring machine
tünel açma makinası
tunnel cooler
tünel tip soğutucu
tunnel drainage works
(Çevre) tünel suyu tahliyesi
tunnel dryer
(Tekstil) tünel kurutucu
tunnel element
tünel elemanı
tunnel endpoint
(Bilgisayar) tünel uç noktası
tunnel exit
(İnşaat) tünel çıkışı
tunnel form construction
(İnşaat) tünel kalıplı inşaat
tunnel formwork systems
tünel kalıp sistemleri
tunnel freezer
(İnşaat,Teknik) tünel tip dondurucu
tunnel invert
tünel invörtü
tunnel mat
tünel örtüsü
tunnel mouth
(İnşaat) tünelin ağzı
tunnel mouth
(İnşaat) tünel ağzı
tunnel plate
tünel plakası
tunnel plating
(Madencilik) tünel kaplamaları
tunnel plug
tünel tıkacı
tunnel portal
tünel portalı
tunnel portal
(İnşaat) tünel girişi
tunnel section
tünel kesiti
tunnel setting
(Bilgisayar) tünel ayarı
tunnel steel lining
tünet çelik kaplaması
tunnel structure
tünel yapısı
tunnel survey
(Madencilik) tünel topografya ölçümü
tunnel timbering
(İnşaat) tünel iksası
tunnel tray
tünel küvet
tunnel tray
tünel tabla
tunnel ventilation
(İnşaat) tünel havalandırması
bored tunnel
delme tünel
construct a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel yapmak
construct a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel inşa etmek
dig a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel açmak
light at the end of the tunnel
(Konuşma Dili) tünelin ucundaki ışık
rough tunnel
(İnşaat) kaba yüzeyli tünel
rough tunnel
(İnşaat) kaplanmamış tünel
tunneling
(Madencilik) tünel açma
tunneling
tünelleme
tunneling
tünel kazma
air tunnel
aerodinamik tünel
drainage tunnel
drenaj tüneli
irrigation tunnel
sulama tüneli
pressure tunnel
basınçlı tünel
railroad tunnel
demiryolu tüneli
spin tunnel
viril tüneli
tunnelling
{f} tünelle
tunnelling
{i} tünelleme
Train Tunnel
Demiryolu tüneli, tren tüneli
air tunnel
Rüzgâr tüneli
bored tunnel construction method
bıkkın tünel inşaatı yöntemi
carpal tunnel
karpal tünel
carpal tunnel syndrome
karpal tünel sendromu
channel tunnel
Manş Denizi altından geçen ve İngiltere'yi Avrupa'ya bağlayan tren yolu tüneli

the channel tunnel project ran into some predictable problems.

ligth at the end of the tunnel
(deyim) Umut ışığı

You shouldn't give up, because there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.

see the light at the end of the tunnel
tünelin ucunu görmek
shallow tunnel
sığ tünel
tunnelled
tüneller
tunnelling
tünelleyerek
access tunnel
erişim tüneli
access tunnel
ulaşım tüneli
altitude wind tunnel
(Havacılık) irtifa rüzgar tüneli
approach tunnel
(Jeoloji) yaklaşım tüneli
bore a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel delmek
bore a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel kazmak
centre tunnel
(Otomotiv) ara kanal
circular tunnel
dairesel tünel
come out of the tunnel
tünelden çıkmak
cooling tunnel
soğutma tüneli
cryogenic tunnel
(Havacılık) soğutmalı rüzgar tüneli
dig a tunnel
tünel kazmak
disappear into the tunnel
tünele girmek
diversion tunnel
(İnşaat,Teknik) çevirme tüneli
diversion tunnel
derivasyon tüneli
enter the tunnel
tünele girmek
excavate a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel delmek
excavate a tunnel
(İnşaat) tünel kazmak
go into the tunnel
tünele girmek
go through a tunnel
tünelden geçmek
gun tunnel
(Havacılık) top tüneli
gun tunnel
(Havacılık) şok tüpü
gust tunnel
(Meteoroloji) şakuli sağanak tüneli
highway tunnel
karayolu tüneli
horseshoe tunnel
atnalı tünel
horseshoe tunnel
naltünel
hotshot tunnel
(Havacılık) sıcak havalı rüzgar tüneli
immersed tube tunnel
batırma borulu tünel
inclined tunnel spillway
eğik tünel dolusavak
induction wind tunnel
(Havacılık) emmeli rüzgar tüneli
infiltration tunnel
sızdırma tüneli
infiltration tunnel
süzdürme tüneli
intake tunnel
su alma tüneli
ip in ip tunnel
(Bilgisayar) ip içinde ıp tüneli
light at the end of the tunnel
(deyim) uzun zorluklardan sonra beliren umut
lined circular tunnel
kaplamalı dairesel tünel
lined tunnel
kaplamalı tünel
new ip tunnel
(Bilgisayar) yeni ıp tüneli
pedestrian tunnel
yaya tüneli
pilot tunnel
kılavuz tünel
shaft tunnel
(Askeri) şaft tüneli
submerged tunnel
(Askeri) batık tünel
submerged tunnel
(Çevre) deniz dibi tüneli
sunken tube tunnel
batırma boru tünel
temporary diversion tunnel
(İnşaat) geçici çevirme tüneli
temporary diversion tunnel
geçici derivasyon tüneli
timbered tunnel
(Marangozluk) iksalı tünel
timbered tunnel
(Marangozluk) destekli tünel
tunneller
tünel açıcı
tunnelling
tünel açma
tunnelling
tünel sistemi
unlined tunnel
kaplamasız tünel
urban tunnel
şehiriçi tünel
urban tunnel
şehir tüneli
wind tunnel
(Askeri) AERODİNAMİK TÜNEL: Sürati ayar edilebilir bir rüzgar veya hava cereyanı meydana getiren bir cihaz. Bu cihazın meydana getirdiği hava cereyanı. içine yerleştirilen cisimlerin etraflarından geçen hava akıntısı ile cisimler üzerinde hasıl olan aerodinamik kuvvetler incelenir
wind tunnel
aerodinamik tünel
English - English
To make a tunnel through or under something, to burrow
To make a tunnel
A hole in the ground made by an animal, a burrow
An underground or underwater passage
A passage through or under some obstacle

But very soon he grew to like it, for the Boy used to talk to him, and made nice tunnels for him under the bedclothes that he said were like the burrows the real rabbits lived in.

{v} to form like a tunnel, catch, net, fill
{n} a funnel, part of a chimney, wide net
When a canal passes through the ground (e g under a hill)
Loosely applied to any horizontal shaft but a tunnel must be open to the air at both ends; an adit is open to the air at one end, if it were continued completely through a hill, it would be a tunnel
an underground passage, open to daylight at both ends
A level passage driven across the measures, or at right angles to veins which it is desired to reach; distinguished from the drift, or gangway, which is led along the vein when reached by the tunnel
The intermediate program, which works as the retranslator between two objects The tunnel Is closed, when both sides, joint by it, interrupt session The tunnel can be activated by HTTP-request
a passageway through or under something, usually underground (especially one for trains or cars); "the tunnel reduced congestion at that intersection"
To tunnel somewhere means to make a tunnel there. The rebels tunnelled out of a maximum security jail see also wind tunnel. Horizontal or nearly horizontal underground or underwater passageway. Tunnels are used for mining, as passageways for trains and motor vehicles, for diverting rivers around damsites, for housing underground installations such as power plants, and for conducting water. Ancient civilizations used tunnels to carry water for irrigation and drinking, and in the 22nd century BC the Babylonians built a tunnel for pedestrian traffic under the Euphrates River. The Romans built aqueduct tunnels through mountains by heating the rock face with fire and rapidly cooling it with water, causing the rock to crack. The introduction of gunpowder blasting in the 17th century marked a great advance in solid-rock excavation. For softer soils, excavation is accomplished using devices such as the tunneling mole, with its rotating wheel that continuously excavates material and loads it onto a conveyor belt. Railroad transportation in the 19th-20th century led to a tremendous expansion in the number and length of tunnels. Brick and stone were used for support in early tunnels, but in modern tunneling steel is generally used until a concrete lining can be installed. A common method of lining involves spraying shotcrete onto the tunnel crown immediately after excavation. carpal tunnel syndrome Channel Tunnel wind tunnel
To make an opening, or a passageway, through or under; as, to tunnel a mountain; to tunnel a river
1 A structure, installation, or facility incorporating apparatus to simulate flight conditions in one way or another, specially designed for testing or experimenting with power plants, or with aircraft, rockets, or other aerodynamically designed bodies, engine installations, or models; specifically, a wind tunnel
move through by or as by digging; "burrow through the forest"
into casks, bottles, or other vessels; a funnel
a tunnel used to carry a roadway through a mountain or under a river instead of around or over those obstacles Tunnels can be very expensive to construct and maintain due to drilling and ventilation requirements Generally, most tunnels are located in mountainous or hilly regions, and examples include the Fort Pitt Tunnel (Interstate 279) in Pittsburgh and the Waldo Tunnel (U S 101) north of San Francisco
An artificial passage or archway for conducting canals or railroads under elevated ground, for the formation of roads under rivers or canals, and the construction of sewers, drains, and the like
{f} dig a tubular passage, create a tunnel
A secure communication path between two peers, such as a client and a router
A secure encrypted connection between two points through a public or third-party network
force a way through
An underground or underwater passage A 1-D basic feature
{i} hollow underground passage; protected conveyance conduit through a mountain or under a body of water
a funnel
To catch in a tunnel net
(n ) biSta, bihshtah
A horizontal adit; any drift or crosscut in a mine that is open at one end
A vessel with a broad mouth at one end, a pipe or tube at the other, for conveying liquor, fluids, etc
1 the space or channel between the bottom of the hull center section, or main hull, and the sponson inner walls and air traps, in which air flow is directed and compressed by the boat's forward motion, generating a high- pressure air cushion to partially support the weight of the boat
In the context of this document, a tunnel refers to a secure communication path between two peers, such as two PIX Firewall units It does not refer to using IPSec in tunnel mode
Short off the shoulder sleeve
To form into a tunnel, or funnel, or to form like a tunnel; as, to tunnel fibrous plants into nests
In mining, a lateral or horizontal passage underground intended to reach the vein or mineral deposit, where a drift may begin
A tunnel is a long passage which has been made under the ground, usually through a hill or under the sea. two new railway tunnels through the Alps
The channel formed by the bottom of the main hull and the inner walls of a sponson
a hole in the ground made by an animal for shelter
- the horizontal excavation On the Nancy Creek Tunnel, the main tunnel extends 43,700 feet from the Johnson Ferry Road shaft to the RM Clayton shaft Along the alignment, the depth of the tunnel ranges from 95 to 330 feet Only about 800 feet of the 43,700-foot length will be excavated by drilling and blasting (400 foot long TBM starter tunnels at the RM Clayton and Roswell Road shafts) The remaining length will be excavated using TBMs
tun·nel tunnels tunnelling tunnelled in AM, use tunneling, tunneled
a large, underground structure used to store and transport wastewater, combined sewage or storm water during rain storms Tunnels usually have higher storage capacities than basins and are capable of transporting their flows directly to a wastewater treatment plant
The opening of a chimney for the passage of smoke; a flue; a funnel
a natural sub-surface cavity, formed by runoff flowing downslope through subsoil after heavy rain
tunnel broker
a service which provides a network tunnel
tunnel brokers
plural form of tunnel broker
tunnel diode
A semiconductor diode that has negative resistance in the forward direction of its operating range due to quantum effects
tunnel rat
A nickname for a soldier trained to enter enemy enclosed spaces like tunnel systems to search them and eliminate and/or capture any occupants
tunnel rats
plural form of tunnel rat
tunnel vision
To focus one's attention on one specific item or event, to the exclusion of everything else.; a one-track mind

After Mark fell victim to tunnel vision, nothing you could say to him would change his mind.

tunnel vision
A restricted field of vision as the result of looking through some type of object or a medical condition

It took some time for him to get used to the tunnel vision he experienced while looking through a periscope.

tunnel stern
A design of motor-boat stern, for use in shallow waters, in which the propeller is housed in a tunnel and does not extend below the greatest draft
tunnel vision
disapproval If you say that someone has tunnel vision, you disapprove of them because they are concentrating completely on achieving a particular aim, and do not notice or consider all the different aspects of what they are doing
tunnel vision
If you suffer from tunnel vision, you are unable to see things that are not straight in front of you
tunnel vision
visual impairment involving a loss of peripheral vision
tunnel vision
(Slang) narrow-mindedness, limited perspective; (Pathology) visual impairment characterized by a loss of peripheral vision
Channel Tunnel
The man-made tunnel under the English Channel joining England and France
carpal tunnel
A fibro-osseous passageway on the palmar side of the wrist that connects the distal forearm to the middle compartment of the deep plane of the palm
carpal tunnel syndrome
A form of repetitive stress injury caused by compression of the median nerve travelling through the carpal tunnel
ear tunnel
A part of the ear
ear tunnel
A piece of jewelry that fits into a stretched earlobe hole and makes it seem like a peephole and makes it see-through
light at the end of the tunnel
A better situation after long hardship

But by fall 2005, there was light at the end of the tunnel. The team could see the new business processes and financial data governance mechanisms actually being used by Nationwide employees.

rathole tunnel
a railway tunnel prone to excess fumes, generally because of a combination of straining locomotives and poor ventilation
steam tunnel
A tunnel which allows workers to maintain pipes which transport steam between a central boiler and buildings to be heated or cooled, usually in a campus setting
time tunnel
a passageway enabling travel through time
tunneling
the act of burrowing a tunnel
tunneling
the quantum mechanical passing of a particle through an energy barrier
water tunnel
A tunnel used to transport water
water tunnel
A facility, comparable to a wind tunnel, in which an underwater component may be tested in a controlled flow of water
wind tunnel
A test facility through which air is forced in a controlled manner so as to study the effects of flow around airfoils, aircraft, motor cars etc
channel tunnel
A train tunnel under the English Channel between England and France
ligth at the end of the tunnel
(deyim) Something which makes you believe that a difficult or unpleasant situation will end

1. We're halfway through our exams now, so we can see light at the end of the tunnel . 2. Unemployment is still rising but analysts assure us there is light at the end of the tunnel.

tunneling
In quantum mechanics, the passing of a particle through a seemingly impenetrable barrier without a cause that is explainable by classical physics
A tunnel
tundish
Channel Tunnel
a railway tunnel which runs under the English Channel, connecting England and France. or Eurotunnel Rail tunnel that runs beneath the English Channel between Folkestone, England, and Sangatte (near Calais), France. A rail tunnel was chosen over proposals for a very long suspension bridge, a bridge-and-tunnel link, and a combined rail-and-road link. The 31-mi (50-km) tunnel, which opened in 1994, consists of three separate tunnels, two for rail traffic and a central tunnel for services and security. Trains, which carry motor vehicles as well as passengers, can travel through the tunnel at speeds as high as 100 mph (160 kph)
Lincoln Tunnel
the Lincoln Tunnel a tunnel for traffic under the Hudson River in New York City, which connects Manhattan with New Jersey
Queens-Midtown Tunnel
a tunnel for traffic in New York City, which goes under the East River and connects Manhattan and Queens
Shiloah tunnel
tunnel near Jerusalem where ancient Hebrew writings dating from the period of the Kings were found
air tunnel
wind tunnel, passage constructed for researching and testing aerodynamics
carpal tunnel
A tunnel on the palm side of the hand created between the arch formed by the carpal bones and the fibrous band that draws the ends of the arch together The long flexor tendons for the fingers pass through this tunnel, which holds themin and prevents them from bowing when the wrist is moved
carpal tunnel
A small passage located below the wrist at the heel of the hand through which the major nerve to the hand, the median nerve, as well as tendons that bend the fingers pass
carpal tunnel
Passage under a ligament at the wrist through which the median nerve enters the palm of the hand
carpal tunnel
A passageway in the wrist through which nerves and the flexor muscles of the hands and fingers pass
carpal tunnel
{i} passageway in the wrist through which the tendons of the flexor muscles of the hand and fingers pass
carpal tunnel
Space under a ligament in wrist through which the median nerve enters the palm of the hand
carpal tunnel
The bony, narrow passage at the intersection of the hand and wrist on the same side of the palm of the hand The median nerve and tendons pass through this tunnel to the thumb, index, and middle fingers
carpal tunnel
A "tunnel" formed at the wrist, by the flexor retinaculum and the carpal bones
carpal tunnel
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carpal tunnel
The space in the wrist where tendons and nerves to the hand are found
carpal tunnel
A painful and disabling disorder caused by inflammation in the tendons that run through the narrow carpal tunnel in the wrist
carpal tunnel syndrome
Paresthesias (pain or numbness), affecting the thumb, index, middle and part of the ring finger
carpal tunnel syndrome
Where there is compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel, resulting in sensory and motor disturbances of the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
a condition in which a nerve in the wrist becomes inflamed and presses against the bones that make up the carpal tunnel, often resulting in pain Carpal tunnel syndrome is often caused by repetitive strain, and may also be a side effect of treatment with human growth hormone
carpal tunnel syndrome
A compression of the median nerve caused by swelling tendons in the carpal tunnel Symptoms include numbness, pain, and tingling in the thumb and middle fingers, weak grip and diminished strength in the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
A condition causing pain, tingling, numbness and weakness in fingers and thumb
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carpal tunnel syndrome
injury to the nerve pathway in the wrist that is often caused by extensive typing and can usually be prevented or treated by exercises and anti-inflammatory agents
carpal tunnel syndrome
A painful condition caused by the swelling of the nerve that runs through the carpal tunnel in the wrist Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be caused by use of the computer keyboard Form more information on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, click here and scroll down Book Suggestion: Crs Computer-Related Syndrome : The Prevention & Treatment of Computer-Related Injuries
carpal tunnel syndrome
A nerve disorder affecting the hand that may occur in people with diabetes; caused by a pinched nerve
carpal tunnel syndrome
Compression of the median nerve at the wrist causing pain and numbness in the fingers
carpal tunnel syndrome
is when the median nerve is entrapped at the wrist This may cause weakness, pain and numbness in the fingers and hand Can be caused by repetitive flexion and extension of the fingers and wrist
carpal tunnel syndrome
a disorder caused by compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel (where the nerve passes through the wrist); characterized by discomfort and weakness in the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
Swelling of the tendons which pass through the wrist and compress the median nerve Symptoms include pain, numbness and tingling in the hands, primarily the first three fingers and thumb Symptoms may also appear in the wrist and forearm CTS symptoms may even wake a person at night
carpal tunnel syndrome
Disorder found among frequent computer users, consisting of damage to nerves and tendons in the hands See also Repetitive strain injury
carpal tunnel syndrome
Occurs when the carpal tunnel space is reduced (e g when ther is swelling due to arthritis) The pressure on the (median) nerve causes pains and needles/numbness and/or pain in the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
A condition caused by compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel, characterized especially by discomfort and disturbances of sensation in the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
swelling of the tendons in the carpal tunnel in the wrist, can put pressure on the median nerve which also passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist, this can lead to discomfort, pain, tingling, and muscular weakness
carpal tunnel syndrome
Condition in which the median nerve is compressed as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist, a narrow confined space Median nerve provides sensory and motor functions to the thumb and three middle fingers, many symptoms may result Occurs when the carpal tunnel space is reduced (e g when there is swelling due to arthritis)
carpal tunnel syndrome
a pathology caused by the deposit of amyloid at the fatty tissue level of the wrist, with compression of the median nerve and alteration of the movement of the hands
carpal tunnel syndrome
A condition characterized by pain and numbing or tingling sensations in the hand and caused by compression of a nerve in the carpal tunnel at the wrist. a medical condition in which you have a lot of pain and weakness in your wrist. Painful condition caused by repetitive stress to the wrist over time. The median nerve and the tendons that bend the fingers pass through the carpal tunnel on the inner side of the wrist, between the wrist (carpal) bones on three sides and a ligament on the fourth. Repetitive finger and wrist movements rub the tendons against the walls of the carpal tunnel and may make the tendons swell, squeezing the nerve. Numbness, tingling, and pain in the wrist and hand may progress to loss of muscle control. CTS is most common in assembly-line workers and computer keyboard users. Treatment may include avoidance of the causative activity, ergonomic workplace design, anti-inflammatory drugs, brace or splint use, and surgery
carpal tunnel syndrome
pressure on the median nerve as it enters the hand through a tunnel in the wrist
carpal tunnel syndrome
It is entrapment of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel This occurs due to swelling of the median nerve and/or the tendons of the wrist
carpal tunnel syndrome
A painful disorder in the hand caused by inflammation of the median nerve in the wrist bone CTS is commonly caused by repetitive motion, including pushing a wheelchair Splints may help; however, surgery is sometimes required to relieve pressure on the nerve
carpal tunnel syndrome
— A nerve disorder in the hand that causes pain and loss of feeling
carpal tunnel syndrome
a condition in which the median nerve is compressed as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist, a narrow confined space Since the median nerve provides sensory and motor functions to the thumb and three middle fingers, many symptoms may result
carpal tunnel syndrome
(CTS) is a type of compression neuropathy caused by compression and irritation of the median nerve in the wrist The nerve is compressed within the carpal tunnel, a bony canal in the palm side of the wrist that provides passage for the median nerve to the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
a compression of the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the heel of the hand
carpal tunnel syndrome
Refers to changes involving the median nerve in the wrists which causes numbness usually in the thumb, index and long finger of the hand It may occur secondary to repetitive abuse of the wrist such as in certain occupations or may sometimes be seen with rheumatic conditions which involve swelling in and around the wrist, such as is seen in rheumatoid arthritis
channel tunnel
the railroad tunnel between France and England under the English Channel
highway tunnel
{i} tunnel through which a main road passes
light at the end of the tunnel
light in the heart of darkness, hope that there will be an end to a crisis
one can see the light at the end of the tunnel
one can see a way out, one has some hope left
railroad tunnel
a tunnel through which the railroad track runs
see light at the end of the tunnel
see the end, see the outcome
tunneled
US, past of tunnel
tunneling
A technique of encapsulating one protocol within another, such as IPX with IP In the context of security, it refers to encrypting IP within IP so that the traffic may be routed securely
tunneling
Architecture providing the services necessary to implement any standard point-to-point data encapsulation scheme
tunneling
Tunneling is a way to channel communications between a server and a remote user Secure methods of tunneling involve encryption
tunneling
A classical particle or system could not penetrate regions in which its energy would be negative, that is, barrier regions in which the °potential energy is greater than the system energy In the real world, however, a °wave function of significant amplitude may extend into and beyond such a region If the wave function extends into another region of positive energy, the barrier is crossed with some probability; this process is termed tunneling (since the barrier is penetrated rather than climbed)
tunneling
Two similar networks connected through a different type of network can logically communicate through the heterogeneous network using multi protocol routers
tunneling
A technology used by VPNs to encapsulate, encrypt, and transmit data over the Internet infrastructure, enabling business partners to exchange information in a secured, private manner between organizational firewalls
tunneling
A method for circumventing a firewall by hiding a message that would be rejected by the firewall inside a second, acceptable message
tunneling
Also called a 'run' When the cigar burns faster on one side than it does the other Turn the cigar as you smoke to prevent it from happening
tunneling
When incomplete bonding causes releasing from the substrate and long areas of the flooring form tunnel-like deformities, usually over underlayment joints Tunnels are normally caused by movement of the underlayment joints from moisture growth and are sometimes combined with product growth
tunneling
present participle of tunnel
tunneling
the practice of exploring tunnel
tunneling
A quantum-mechanical effect causing particles to pass through an energy barrier without having the energy normally associated with that barrier In the context of transistors, electron tunneling has been observed across opens in metal lines, causing logic gates to function at low frequencies but fail at high frequencies
tunneling
Drilling or trenching for the placement of underground passages for utility lines, subways, trains, roads, or other uses Tunnels can cause a diminution in value if the market perceives that they may not be structurally sound or may fail in the event of a seismic event, such as an earthquake
tunneling
A VPN can be created by using "tunneling " Tunneling is a technology that allows a network transport protocol to carry information for other protocols within its own packets For example, IPX data packets can be encapsulated in IP packets for transport across the Internet, which isn't normally possible The packets are delivered unmodified to a remote device that has been setup to handle them The packets maybe secured using data encryption, authentication or integrity functions
tunneling
v. or barrier penetration In physics, the passage of a particle through a seemingly impassable energy barrier. Though a particle's energy may be too low to surmount a barrier in classical physics, the particle may still cross the barrier as a consequence of its quantum-mechanical wave properties. An important application of this phenomenon is in the operation of the scanning tunneling microscope
tunneling
An important concept in the design of many kinds of networks: taking some protocol-family's ability to move packets from user to user, or to open virtual-circuits between users, and use this as if it were a data-link protocol to run another protocol family's upper layers (or even the same protocol family's upper layers) Examples: running TCP/IP over AppleTalk instead of something like Ethernet; running AppleTalk over DECNet instead of something like Localtalk or Ethernet
tunneling
The act of transmitting data formed with one protocol within the structures of another protocol, allowing the data to be sent in the prevailing format of a network (usually IP) Examples of tunneling used in VPNs include L2TP and Microsoft’s PPTP
tunnelled
past of tunnel
tunneller
One who tunnels
tunneller
{i} one who digs tunnels; burrowing animal
tunnelling
Tunnelling refers to encapsulation of protocol A within protocol B, such that A treats B as though it were a datalink layer Tunnelling is used to get data between administrative domains which use a protocol that is not supported by the internet connecting those domains
tunnelling
Encapsulation of complete datagrams within other datagrams Frequently used to transmit non-IP protocols across IP networks
tunnelling
present participle of tunnel
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- Use of an underground tunnel to convey wastewater, storm water or combined flows to a treatment facility Atlanta is already served by two wastewater tunnels - Three Rivers and Intrenchment Creek A tunnel will be constructed in the Nancy Creek sewer basin to convey sanitary sewer flows from DeKalb to the R M Clayton WRC, providing relief from sewage overflows for northeast Atlanta residents TBM -Tunnel Boring Machines used to excavate hard rock tunnels On the Nancy Creek Tunnel, there will be two electrically-powered, 18-foot diameter TBMs each equipped with thirty-nine - 19" disk cutters to cut the rock
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here's a nice description with a picture In class we were talking about electrons tunneling across the insulator which we would normally expect to be separating conductors in a nanoscale systems
tunnels
A popular part of a coaster, that involves going 'inside' for a brief moment Tunells are often dark, and give headchopper effects In some coasters special effects take place in the tunnels
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plural of tunnel
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The aerodynamic devices underneath Indy cars that generate substantial downforce
wind tunnel
a structure resembling a tunnel where air is blown at known velocities for testing parts of aircraft
wind tunnel
A wind tunnel is a room or passage through which air can be made to flow at controlled speeds. Wind tunnels are used to test new equipment or machinery, especially cars and aeroplanes. A chamber through which air is forced at controlled velocities in order to study the effects of aerodynamic flow around airfoils, scale models, or other objects. a large enclosed passage where engineers test aircraft etc by forcing air past them. Device for producing a controlled stream of air to study the effects on objects such as aircraft moving through air or the effects of moving air on models of stationary objects such as buildings. Applications of wind-tunnel research range from testing of airframes (the structures of aircraft and spacecraft) to research on the boundary layer, turbulence, drag, and lift. Measurements of air pressure and other characteristics at many points on the model yield information about how the total wind load is distributed. In addition to testing the effects of wind on aircraft and spacecraft, studies in wind tunnels have been used to solve design problems in automobiles, boats, trains, bridges, and buildings. See also aerodynamics
wind tunnel
tunnel (or a tubular room or structure) where wind is created to test parts of aircrafts or a completer aircraft
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Definition of tunnel in Turkish English dictionary

tunnel formwork
(İnşaat) tünel kalıp
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