fusion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} füzyon

Fizikçi, nükleer füzyonun potansiyel tehlikesinin farkındaydı. - The physicist was aware of the potential danger of nuclear fusion.

Birlikte gelen herkes füzyonun bir örneğidir. - Everyone coming together is an example of fusion.

{i} birleştirme
{i} kaynaşma
(Biyokimya) kaynama
(Ticaret) şirketlerin birleşmesi
eriyip kaynaşma
(Tıp) girişme
(Askeri) birleştirmek
ergime
birleşme
erime
eritilme
kaynaşım
{i} erimiş kütle
{i} fiz. füzyon
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Kaynaşma, birleşme, erime. 2. İki diş folikülünün bir diş yapacak şekilde kaynaşması
füzyon (bir katı maddenin ısı ile eritilmesi işlemi veya iki hafif atom çekirdeğinin birleştirilmesi)
birlestirme
fiz atomlann kaynamasyndan meydana gelen reaksiyon
eritip birleş tirme
pol partilerin birleşmesi
(Tıp) Birbirine temas eden iki organın birbirine yapışması
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynaşma (füzyon),çekirdek kaynaşması
(Tıp) İki gözle görülen ayrı ayrı hayallerin birbiri üzerine intibak ederek tek bir hayal gibi görülmesi, füsyon
{i} eritme
i erime
(Askeri) FÜZYON, ERGİME: Hafif element çekirdeklerinin daha ağır bir elementin çekirdeğini teşkil etmek üzere önemli miktarda enerjiyi serbest bırakarak birleşmesi işlemi
(İnşaat) ergitme
kaynaştırma
fusion energy
(Fizik) füzyon enerjisi
fusion of horizons
ufukların kaynaşması
fusion seal
(Tıp) kaynaştırma contası
fusion bomb
termonükleer bomba
fusion bomb
füzyon bombası
fusion reactor
füzyon reaktörü
fusion cooking
füzyon yemek
fusion welded
kaynaşma kaynaklı
fusion welding
eritme kaynağı, kaynaşma kaynağı
fusion welding
(Mühendislik) erime kaynağı
fusion energy
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynaşma enerjisi
fusion frequency
(Aydınlatma) erime frekansı
fusion heat
(Fizik,Teknik) ergime ısısı
fusion indicator
(Elektrik, Elektronik) ergime göstergesi
fusion inhibitor
(Tıp) füzyon inhibitörü
fusion node
(Askeri) birleşim düğümü
fusion of horizons
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) ufukların kaynaşması (gadamer)
fusion piercing
(Madencilik) ergitmeli delme
fusion point
(Tarım) erime derecesi
fusion reaction
(Çevre) füzyon reaksiyonu
fusion reaction
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynaşma tepkileşimi
fusion reactor
(İnşaat) atomsal birleşme tepkiyicisi
fusion rituals
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kaynaşma törenleri
fusion system
(Askeri) birleşim sistemi
fusion temperature
ergime noktası
fusion thermonuclear
(İnşaat) ısılçekirdeksel kaynaşım
fusion unit
(Fizik) füzyon ünitesi
fusion unit
(Fizik) kaynaşım birimi
fusion voids
kaynaşım boşlukları
fusion voids
füzyon boşlukları
fusion weapon
(Askeri) füzyon silahı
fusion weld
kaynaşma kaynağı
fusion zone
kaynaşma kesimi
gene fusion
(Biyoloji) gen füzyonu
sensor fusion
(Bilgisayar) duyaç tümleştirme
sensor fusion
duyucu tümleştirme
heat of fusion
füzyon ısısı
heat of fusion
kaynaşım ısısı
heat of fusion
erime sıcaklığı
incipient fusion
başlangıç kaynaşması
nuclear fusion
nükleer füzyon
nuclear fusion
çekirdeksel kaynaşma
butt fusion
(Metal İşleme) Alın kaynağı
cold fusion
soğuk füzyon
enthalpy of fusion
entalpi füzyon
spinal fusion
spinal füzyon
Joint Tactical Fusion Program
(Askeri) Müşterek Taktik Füzyon Programı
aqueous fusion
(Kimya) su ile erime
controlled fusion
kontrollü füzyon
data fusion
veri tumlestirme
intelligence fusion center
(Askeri) istihbarat birleştirme merkezi
latent heat of fusion
erimenin gizli ısısı
multisensor fusion
cok-duyucu tumlestirme
nuclear fusion
(Nükleer Bilimler) birleşme, nükleer
nuclear fusion
çekirdek birleşmesi
nuclear fusion
nükleer birleşme
nuclear fusion
(isim)kleer birleşme, çekirdek birleşmesi
sensor fusion
duyucu tumlestirme
sensor fusion post
(Askeri) sensör işlem postası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A style of cooking that combines ingredients and techniques from different countries or cultures
A nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the concomitant release of energy
The merging of similar or different elements into a union
The act of melting or liquifying something by heating it
Music that blends disparate genres; especially types of jazz
{n} the act of melting, melted state, softness
(1) The formation of heavier nuclides by the fusing of two light nuclides (2) The melting of a solid to form a liquid See latent heat of fusion
The change of state from a solid to a liquid at the same temperature The heat of fusion is the number of gram calories of heat necessary to change one gram of a substance from the solid to the liquid state It is the opposite of freezing
the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept
The union, or binding together, of adjacent parts or tissues
A process where nuclei collide so fast they stick together and emit a great deal of energy In the centre of most stars, hydrogen fuses together to form helium Fusion is so powerful it supports the star's enormous mass from collapsing in on itself, and heats the star so high it glows as the bright object we see today Scientists here on earth are trying to make nuclear fusion in the laboratory a useful energy source
The process of joining the membranes of two cells to create another cell that contains the nuclear material from both parent cells
the union of atomic nuclei to form heavier nuclei resulting in the release of enormous quantities of energy when certain light elements unite
The combining of lighter elements into heavier ones For lighter elements (e g , hydrogen, helium) this processes releases energy Fusion is how stars produce energy, and is being researched as a way to produce power on Earth See also: Fission See also: The Dynamic Sun
Combining of two nuclei to form a heavier one Fusing the isotopes of light elements such as hydrogen or lithium results in a large release of energy
A fusion of different qualities, ideas, or things is something new that is created by joining them together. His previous fusions of jazz, pop and African melodies have proved highly successful
the state of being combined into one body
(also Nuclear fusion) - A nuclear process in which the nuclei of two light, non-radioactive elements (such as isotopes of hydrogen) are forced together at ultra-high temperatures and pressures to form the nucleus of a slightly heavier element (such as helium) with the release of substantial amount of energy The sun's energy comes from nuclear fusion
A process where nuclei collide so fast they combine, overcoming the natural repulsion of the positively charged protons In the center of most stars, hydrogen fuses together to form helium Fusion is so powerful it supports the star's enormous mass from collapsing in on itself, and heats the star so high it glows as the bright object we see today
The joining of atomic nuclei to form a heavier nucleus, accomplished under conditions of extreme heat (millions of degrees) If two nuclei of light atoms fuse, the fusion is accompanied by the release of a great deal of energy The energy to the sun is believed to be derived from the fusion of hydrogen atoms to form helium
the merging of adjacent sounds or syllables or words
(1) The change of phase from a solid to a liquid; melting (2) A reaction in which light nuclei combine, forming a nucleus with a larger mass number
{i} melting, smelting; blend, mixture, combination; union; coalescence
A process whereby low mass nuclei combine to form a more massive nucleus plus one or move massive particles
The fusion of two or more things involves joining them together to form one thing. His final reform was the fusion of regular and reserve forces
correction of an unstable part of the spine by joining two or more vertebrae; usually done surgically but sometimes done by traction or immobilization
A type of nuclear reaction in which elements with small atomic numbers are combined to produce an element with a larger atomic number with the release of energy; usually involves hydrogen nuclei combining to form helium nuclei; also called thermonuclear reactions; responsible for the energy output of the sun and other stars
the act of fusing (or melting) together correction of an unstable part of the spine by joining two or more vertebrae; usually done surgically but sometimes done by traction or immobilization the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept an occurrence that involves the production of a union a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy the merging of adjacent sounds or syllables or words
A nuclear reaction in which two light atomic nuclei combine to form another element with the release of energy
an occurrence that involves the production of a union
the process of combining two light nuclei to form a heavier, more stable nucleus
the process of bringing two light nuclei together to form a heavier nucleus, thereby releasing energy from the loss of mass
The ability of the brain to combine the stimuli from the two eyes into a single visual experience When fusion cannot be maintained, one eye or the other must be suppressed in order to avoid double vision Problems in maintaining binocularity can cause a person to squint, close or cover one eye, and experience discomfort with close work Whenever fusion is difficult, the efficiency of visual information processing is greatly reduced
The act of melting or to liquify something by heating it
The process whereby the nuclei of light elements, especially those of the isotopes of hydrogen, namely, deuterium and tritium, combine to form the nucleus of a heavier element with the release of substantial amounts of energy See Thermonuclear
The state of being melted or dissolved by heat; a state of fluidity or flowing in consequence of heat; as, metals in fusion
(see nuclear fusion) fusion reaction - (see nuclear fusion)
The union or blending together of things, as, melted together
The act or operation of melting or rendering fluid by heat; the act of melting together; as, the fusion of metals
A process where nuclei collide so fast they stick together and emit a great deal of energy In the center of most stars, hydrogen fuses together to form helium Fusion is so powerful it supports the star's enormous mass from collapsing in on itself, and heats the star so high it glows as the bright object we see today Scientists here on earth are trying to make nuclear fusion in the laboratory a useful energy source
A thorough and complete mixing between the two edges of the base metal to be joined or between the base metal and the filler metal added during welding
The combining of atoms and consequent release of energy
The union of atomic nuclei to form heavier nuclei resulting in the release of enormous quantities of energy when certain light elements (like hydrogen) unite, as occurs in the Sun
In physics, fusion is the process in which atomic particles combine and produce a large amount of nuclear energy. research into nuclear fusion
Process where the mass of an atomic nucleus is made larger by the addition of subatomic particles This process releases atomic energy in the form of heat and electromagnetic radiation
the act of fusing (or melting) together
a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy
fusion bomb
An atomic bomb that uses nuclear fusion as a source of energy; a hydrogen bomb
fusion bombs
plural form of fusion bomb
fusion protein
A protein formed by genetically fusing or combining a gene encoding a target protein of interest with a gene encoding a protein or portion of protein that adds a desired functionality to target
fusion proteins
plural form of fusion protein
fusion reactor
a thermonuclear reactor that relies on the controlled fusion of light elements into heavier elements, with the attendant release of enormous amounts of energy. In practice, satisfactory results have not yet been achieved
fusion reactors
plural form of fusion reactor
fusion rocket
a rocket engine that uses nuclear fusion reactions for propulsive force
fusion rocket
a spacecraft having a fusion reactor that powers the rocket
fusion rocket
a nuclear-pulse rocket that uses thermonuclear bombs to supply propulsive force
fusion rockets
plural form of fusion rocket
fusion tag
A short peptide, protein domain, or entire protein that can be fused to a target protein of interest to create a fusion protein
fusion tags
plural form of fusion tag
fusion bomb
A nuclear bomb, especially a hydrogen bomb, that derives its released energy principally from fusion reactions among light nuclei. another word for a hydrogen bomb
fusion cooking
cooking that combines ingredients and techniques and seasonings from different cuisines
co-fusion
The fusion of two metals together, or a metal and nonmetal, especially in the production of crucible steel
cold fusion
A hypothetical form of nuclear fusion not requiring the usual immense temperatures
data fusion
Set of methodologies for fusing information coming from different, and sometimes non homogeneous, sources. The result of fusion is a qualitatively different knowledge always referred to a context
helium fusion
Nuclear fusion involving helium nuclei
nuclear fusion
The combining of the nuclei of small atoms to form the nuclei of larger ones, with a resulting release of large quantities of energy; the process that makes the sun shine, and hydrogen bomb explode
cervical fusion syndrome
{i} Klippel-Feil syndrome, congenital fusion of the neck vertebrae and abnormalities of the brainstem and cerebellum
cold fusion
A product that contains a toolset used to link Websites and databases
cold fusion
Cold Fusion is a sophisticated scripting language for web developers that want advanced site development and database interfacing Cold Fusion supports MS Access, dBASE, FoxPro, and Paradox databases [Return to Top]
cold fusion
A hypothetical form of nuclear fusion occurring without the use of extreme temperature or pressure. a type of nuclear fusion (=the joining together of the centre of two atoms, which releases energy) which some scientists believe can happen at extremely low temperatures, but which other scientists believe is impossible
cold fusion
Cold Fusion is a scripting language for web designers that want wish to do advanced development and/or database interfacing Cold Fusion supports MS Access, dBASE, FoxPro and Paradox databases
cold fusion
A scripting language for advanced web development and database interfacing
cold fusion
is a scripting language for web designers that want wish to do advanced development and/or database interfacing This option on a web hosting account is usually only a concern if you're a developer or someone who runs programs on your web site that require Cold Fusion Most sites won't need it
cold fusion
This is a web based application server program that integrates, or "Fuses" web pages and databases For example, when a query or request such as a search for movie theatres in your city is entered, a database is queried and returns the results in HTML form HTML-like tags written in Cold Fusion Markup Language (CFML) prevent the use of more complicated language, and simplify database integration
cold fusion
A scripting language for interfacing databases and advanced web development Cold Fusion supports databases such as Microsoft Access, FoxPro, dBASE, and Paradox
cold fusion
Cold Fusion is an application from Macromedia that creates HTML pages from a database Once a template is defined, Cold Fusion fills that template with content Catalogs, for example, are easy to build and maintain in Cold Fusion If a URL ends in cfm, it is a page that was created with Cold Fusion
cold fusion
Available on the NT platform, Allaire's Cold Fusion is a dynamic scripting language that allows for the submission and retrieval of data to and from a database Cold Fusion files are indicated by the file extension "CFM" For more information, please visit http: //www allaire com
cold fusion
XcellWeb Servers support Cold Fusion tags See also http: //www allaire com
cold fusion
A software package by Allaire used by programmers to create an interface that allows users to query databases while on a Web site
cold fusion
A system which provides: A programming language which can be used to produce dynamic web pages An application server program (see "server") which runs programs written in the Cold Fusion language
cold fusion
made by Allaire, is a popular and sophisticated set of products for building Web sites and serving pages to users With ColdFusion, a company can build a content database using input templates and combine these with application programs to create a Web site in which pages are developed dynamically as they are served
cold fusion
ColdFusion is a complete Web application server for developing and delivering scalable e-business applications, and database-driven web sites Whether you're revolutionizing your company's HR operations, building a new generation of your firm's global intranet, or launching the next killer COM, you'll find the proven technology you need in ColdFusion
cold fusion
An application which simplifies database queries by allowing for a simpler programming language to handle functions between the user's browser, the server, and the database
cold fusion
A software product used to create and operate e-commerce sites For more information, click here Book suggestion: The Coldfusion 4 0 Web Application Construction Kit (Cold Fusion 4)
cold fusion
A hypothetical form of nuclear fusion which takes place at room temperature, as opposed to hot fusion - What Is Cold Fusion?
cold fusion
A cgi database program ( cf or cfm extension) Could also be used by some cloaking programs
cold fusion
Nuclear fusion far below the millions of degrees that is required by the Sun and experimental fusion reactors on Earth, such as room temperature It is considered impossible since an immense amount of energy is needed for fusion to happen Despite this, some controversial evidence suggests that cold fusion could be possible, but it is still under investigation Also see nuclear fusion
cold fusion
nuclear fusion at or near room temperatures; claims to have discovered it are generally considered to have been mistaken
heat of fusion
The amount of heat required to convert a unit mass of a solid at its melting point into a liquid without an increase in temperature
heat of fusion
heat absorbed by a unit mass of a solid at its melting point in order to convert the solid into a liquid at the same temperature; "the heat of fusion is equal to the heat of solidification
nuclear fusion
the process used by stars to generate energy: less-massive nuclei are fused together under extremely high temperatures and densities to form more-massive nuclei plus some energy The energy comes from the transformation of some of the mass into energy
nuclear fusion
action in which two light nuclei join into one stable nucleus which is lighter than the total of the two and therefore emits energy
nuclear fusion
a nuclear reaction in which the nuclei (=central parts) of atoms join together, which produces power without producing any waste. Process by which nuclear reactions between light elements form heavier ones, releasing huge amounts of energy. In 1939 Hans Bethe suggested that the energy output of the sun and other stars is a result of fusion reactions among hydrogen nuclei. In the early 1950s American scientists produced the hydrogen bomb by inducing fusion reactions in a mixture of the hydrogen isotopes deuterium and tritium, forming a heavier helium nucleus. Though fusion is common in the sun and other stars, it is difficult to produce artificially and is very difficult to control. If controlled nuclear fusion is achieved, it might provide an inexpensive energy source because the primary fuel, deuterium, can be extracted from ordinary water, and eight gallons of water could provide the energy equivalent to 2,500 gallons of gasoline
nuclear fusion
A nuclear process whereby several small nuclei are combined to make a larger one whose mass is slightly smaller than the sum of the small ones The difference in mass is converted to energy by Einstein's famous equivalence E=mc2 This is the source of the Sun's energy and, ultimately, of (almost) all energy on Earth
nuclear fusion
A nuclear process whereby several small nuclei are combined to make a larger one whose mass is slightly smaller than the sum of the small ones; the difference in mass is converted to energy by Einstein's famous equivalence E=mc^2; this is the source of the Sun's energy and therefore ultimately of (almost) all energy on Earth
nuclear fusion
The combining of nuclei of light atoms, such as hydrogen, into heavier nuclei accompanied by the release of much energy
nuclear fusion
The nuclear process whereby several small nuclei are combined to make a larger one whose mass is slightly smaller than the sum of the small ones Nuclear fusion is the reaction that fuels the Sun, where hydrogen nuclei are fused to form helium
nuclear fusion
The forming of a heavier atomic nucleus by joining lighter nuclei After the fusion, the resulting nucleus has a slightly lower mass than the sum of the masses of the nuclei that formed it That mass deficit appears in the form of energy according to the famous equation E = mc², where E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light The amount of energy released is enormous and is the primary source of energy in the center of stars It is also the source of energy for fusion (hydrogen) bombs, which can use the much less powerful fission (atomic) bombs as a detonator
nuclear fusion
A process where atoms are joined and tremendous amounts of energy are released O ORBIT The path followed by an object in space as it goes around another object; to travel around another object in a single path P PARTICLE A very, very tiny piece of matter such as an electron, proton, or neutron found inside of an atom
nuclear fusion
a process in which substances fuse to from new substances and releasing large amounts of heat and light energy
nuclear fusion
The process in which light nuclei fuse together to make one heavier nucleus, releasing energy as they do so
nuclear fusion
Atomic nuclear processes which involve the fusing of nuclei with an accompanying release of energy
nuclear fusion
The process by which two nuclei collide and coalesce to form a single, heavier nucleus
nuclear fusion
The fusion of light atomic nuclei sets the binding energy free For this purpose, the atomic nuclei, despite of their electric repulsion, must be brought so close together that they nearly touch This requires an energy of several MeV (million electron volt) Nuclear fusion therefore a very high temperature of the plasma
nuclear fusion
A process in which two smaller atomic nuclei fuse into one larger nucleus and release energy; the source of power in a hydrogen bomb
nuclear fusion
A nuclear process in which 2 or more elements, such as hydrogen, collide and fuse together to make a heavier element, such as helium, to produce a large amount of energy This power source is non-polluting, very efficient, and fuel is extremely broad and plentiful SeaQuest's fusion reactor is its primary source of power This power source only exists today as large experimental reactors in physics labs
nuclear fusion
The process in which atoms combine to create larger atoms and massive amounts of energy
nuclear fusion
The combination of the nuclei of certain extremely light elements, especially hydrogen, effected by the application of high temperature and pressure Nuclear fusion causes the release of an enormous amount of heat energy, comparable to that released by nuclear fission The principal by product of nuclear fusion is helium
nuclear fusion
a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy
spinal fusion
A process in which the disc and cartilage is removed from between the vertebrae, and bone grafts (often harvested from the pelvis) are placed between or alongside the vertebrae to join the bones together
spinal fusion
A surgical procedure to permanently join bone by interconnecting two or more vertebrae in order to prevent motion (see Arthrodesis)
spinal fusion
Operative method of strengthening and limiting motion of the spinal column Can be performed with a variety of metal instruments and bone grafts, or bone grafts alone
spinal fusion
A means of surgical treatment of scoliosis
spinal fusion
fusion: correction of an unstable part of the spine by joining two or more vertebrae; usually done surgically but sometimes done by traction or immobilization
fusion