excitation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ikaz
(Askeri) uyarı sinyali
(Çevre) hareketlendirme
uyarım
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uyarılma
uyarı
çıkış
uyartım
uyarma
eksitasyon
tembih
(Askeri) İKAZ: Bir telsiz verici antenine sinyal takati tatbiki
{i} tahrik
(Tıp) Tahrik ve tenbih, uyartı
(Nükleer Bilimler) uyarılma,uyartılma
{i} heyecanlandırma
{i} ikaz etme
excitation band
uyarma bandı
excitation energy
uyarım enerjisi
excitation potential
uyarma potansiyeli
excitation potential
uyarım potansiyeli
excitation state
uyarım düzeyi
excitation anode
uyarma anodu
excitation current
uyarma akımı
excitation dynamo
uyarma dinamosu
excitation function
uyarma fonksiyonu, uyarım işlevi
excitation voltage
uyartim gerilimi, uyarma gerilimi
excitation band
uyarma bandi
excitation energy
(Nükleer Bilimler) enerji,uyarma
excitation function
(Fizik) uyarma fonksiyonu
excitation function
(Fizik) uyarım işlevi
excitation fuse
ikaz sigortası
excitation level
(Nükleer Bilimler) uyarma düzeyi
excitation potential
uyarim potansiyeli
excitation purity
(Aydınlatma) uyartı arılığı
excitation regulator
saha nazımı
excitation rheostat
(Elektrik, Elektronik) ikaz reostası
excitation spectrum
(Aydınlatma) uyarma tayfı
excitation state
uyarim duzeyi
excitation transfer
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uyarım transferi
excitation voltage
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) uyarma gerilimi
excitation voltage
(Elektrik, Elektronik) uyarlım gerilimi
excitation voltage
uyartım gerilimi
excitation winding
uyarma sargısı
excitation winding
manyetik alan sargısı
collision excitation
(Bilgisayar,Fizik) çarpışma ile uyarma
implicit excitation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) içerik uyarım
impulse excitation
dürtü uyarımı
impulse excitation
şok uyarımı
independent excitation
(Elektrik, Elektronik) dıştan uyarma
shock excitation
şok uyarım
collision excitation
çarpma ile uyarma
compound excitation
bileşik uyartım
cumulative excitation
birikmeli uyarım
impulse excitation
darbeyle uyarma
self-excitation
öz özünü uyarma
self-excitation
özuyarım
shock excitation
şokla uyarma
excitations
uyarılmalar
harmonic excitation
harmonik uyarım
separate excitation
dış uyarım
collective excitation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kolektif taşma
functional excitation
(Fizyoloji) görevsel uyarma
selsyn excitation
(Askeri) SELSİN İKAZI: Bak. "excitation"
separate excitation
dıştan ikazlı
shock excitation
sok uyarim
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of producing excitement (stimulation); also, the excitement produced
The act of exciting or putting in motion; the act of rousing up or awakening
The change in state as an excited state is formed by the absorption of a quantum of energy
The activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation
intensified emotion or action
{i} act of causing excitement, stimulation; excited state, stimulated state
{n} the act of stirring up or moving
as calculated from the intensities of spectral lines from different energy levels
the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up; "his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled"; "he tried to calm those who were in a state of extreme inflammation"
The addition of energy to a system, transferring it from its ground state to an excited state Excitation of a nucleus, an atom, or a molecule can result from absorption of photons or from inelastic collisions with other particles
Using an electric current to create a magnetic field See Electromagnet
Physiology. The activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation
In quantum physics, an object such as an atom or an elementary particle is exicted if it has more than its minimum possible energy
external electrical energy applied to a transducer for its proper operation
The voltage or current applied to a transducer
Providing positive weights on connections to enable outputs that cause a neuron to fire
Stimulation, either mechanical, electrical, or chemical
creating a magnetic field; passing current through a conductor to create an electromagnetic field
1 An external force, or other input, applied to a system that causes the system to respond in some way Also called stimulus
One of the responses caused by specific neurotransmitters binding to receptors on a neuron Excitation increases the probability that neurotransmitters will be released by the neuron
Addition of a discrete amount of energy to a system that changes it usually from a state of lowest energy (ground state) to one of higher energy (excited state). For example, in a hydrogen atom, an excitation energy of 10.2 electron volts is required to move the lone electron from its ground state to its first excited state. The excitation energy stored in excited atoms and nuclei is usually emitted as ultraviolet radiation from atoms and as gamma radiation (see gamma ray) from nuclei as they return to their ground states
Programmable voltage provided for bridge measurements See also switched excitation channels, full-bridge, and half-bridge
The external application of electrical voltage current applied to a transducer for normal operation
putting energy into the spin system; if a net transverse magnetization is produced, an NMR signal can be observed
The condition in which an electron moves to a higher, unstable energy level upon absorbing light
the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland
something that agitates and arouses; "he looked forward to the excitements of the day" the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland
power applied to a sensor to enable it to function
The act of creating magnetic lines of force from a motor winding by applying voltage
something that agitates and arouses; "he looked forward to the excitements of the day"
The process of imparting to an atom or an ion an amount of energy greater than it has in its normal or least energy state
The addition of energy to a system, thereby transferring it from its ground state to an excited state Excitation of a nucleus, an atom, or a molecule can result from absorption of photons or from inelastic collisions with other particles
excitation energy
The energy needed to change something from the ground state to any particular excited state
excitation function
The relationship between the energy of an electron and its ability to excite an atom to a particular excited state
self-excitation
The feedback of the output of a generator
excitations
plural of excitation
excitation