inertia

listen to the pronunciation of inertia
İngilizce - Türkçe
atalet

Asla ataletin gücünü hafife alma. - Never underestimate the power of inertia.

Atalet önemli bir yönetim yasasıdır. - Inertia is an important governing law.

eylemsizlik
devinimsizlik
(Tıp) inerti
atalete ait
süredurum
uyuşukluk
tembellik
(Bilim, İlim) Eylemsizlik; herhangi bir objenin ivmeye direnme eğilimi. Duran bir nesnenin bir dış kuvvetin etkisi olmadıkça durma, sabit hareket eden bir nesnenin ise bir dış kuvvet etkisi olmadıkça sabit hareketini devam etme eğilimi
{i} durağanlık
{i} etkileşime girmeme
inertial guidance ciroskopla idare
(Tıp) Bir organın veya bir kasın işlemez hale gelmesi
{i} dinginlik
{i} fiz., kim. atalet, süredurum
{i} hareketsizlik
(Fizik,Teknik) durum
iç moment
inertia force
(Çevre) atalet kuvveti
inertia forces
atalet kuvvetleri
inertia governor
kitleli regülatör
inertia switch
eylemsizlik anahtarı
inertia selling
Ssatılacak malın bir kimseye talebi ya da siparişi olmaksızın postayla gönderildiği yasadışı bir pazarlama ya da satış yöntemi
inertia starter
ataletli demarör, volanlı yolverici
inertia balance
eylemsizlik dengesi
inertia balance
atalet dengesi
inertia compensation
eylemsizlik dengelemesi
inertia cross coupling
(Havacılık) ataletli çapraz kavrama
inertia force
eylemsiz kuvvet
inertia fuel shutoff
(Otomotiv) atalet yakıt kesici
inertia fuel shutoff switch
(Otomotiv) yakıt kesme sivici
inertia moment
mor atalet momenti
inertia principal
(Fizik) atalet esası
inertia reel
sargı makarası
inertia reel belt
(Otomotiv) öngergili kemer
inertia reel belt
(Otomotiv) atalet makaralı kemer
inertia reel belt
(Otomotiv) aktif gergili kemer
inertia reel seat belt
(Otomotiv) aktif gergili emniyet kemeri
inertia reel seat belt
(Otomotiv) öngergili emniyet kemeri
inertia starter
(Otomotiv) ataletli demarör
inertia starter
(Otomotiv) volanlı yolverici
inertia switch
(Otomotiv) yakıt kesme sivici
inertia welding
(Havacılık) friksiyon kaynağı
inertial
(Nükleer Bilimler) eylemsizlik
acoustic inertia
akustik atalet
axis of inertia
atalet ekseni
centre of inertia
atalet merkezi
electromagnetic inertia
elektromanyetik atalet
impulse inertia
darbe eylemsizliği
inertial
atalet
law of inertia
eylemsizlik kanunu
moment of inertia
eylemsizlik momenti
moment of inertia
atalet momenti
inertial
eylemsi
inertial
eylemsiz
rotational inertia
Eylemsizlik momenti
added inertia force
(Askeri) katma eylemsizlik kuvveti
inertial
atalete ait
inertial
ataletli
modulus of inertia
eylemsizlik modülü
moment of inertia
eylemsizlik anı
moments of inertia of area
(Fizik) alan atalet momentleri
moments of inertia of mass
(Fizik) kütle atalet momentleri
polar moment of inertia
polar eylemsizlik momenti
polar moment of inertia
(Tıp) kutupsal atalet momenti
polar moment of inertia
polar atalet momenti
principal axes of inertia
(Fizik) asal atalet eksenleri
principal axis of inertia
eylemsizlik asal eksenleri
principal axis of inertia
atalet asal eksenleri
principal axis of inertia
eylemsizlik asal ekseni
principal axis of inertia
atalet asal ekseni
products of inertia
(Fizik) çarpım atalet momenti
psychic inertia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruhsal atalet
radius of inertia
(Fizik) eylemsizlik yarıçapı
radius of inertia
atalet yarıçapı
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a person, unwillingness to take action
The property of a body that resists any change to its uniform motion; equivalent to its mass
The resistance of an object to change velocity Mass is a measure of inertia
The tendency of an object to continue in motion at the same speed and in the same direction, unless acted upon by a force
The property of a body that resists any change to its uniform straight motion; equivalent to its mass
A property of matter that causes it to resist changes in speed or direction (velocity)
the tendency of a body to maintain its state of rest or uniform motion
Matter's tendency to resist changes in motion Another name for inertia is mass!
A measure of a body's resistance to changes in velocity Typically expressed as WK2, which represents its weight times the square if the radius of gyration It is usually expressed in units of LbFt2
Inertness; indisposition to motion, exertion, or action; want of energy; sluggishness
the tendency of objects to remain in an existing state of motion: for a body that is stationary to remain stationary, and for a moving body to keep on moving in the same direction at the same speed
Want of activity; sluggishness; said especially of the uterus, when, in labor, its contractions have nearly or wholly ceased
Tendency of an object to keep moving once it is moving
The tendency of matter to remain at rest if at rest or to remain in motion in a straight line if in motion (see Newton's First Law)
– the property of matter that causes objects to resist changes in motion
The property of matter to resists accleration or deceleration, i e any motion which is not in a straight line and with constant velocity
(physics) the tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force
The property of matter that opposes any change in its state of motion
a disposition to remain inactive or inert; "he had to overcome his inertia and get back to work"
A function of the mass and shape of an object The inertia represents the property of an object that resists a change in motion An object’s inertia increases directly with an increase in the object’s mass; also, increasing inertia loads require more force to accelerate and decelerate them
The measure of a body’s resistance to acceleration or deceleration Typically used in reference to the inertia of the load to be moved by a motor or the inertia of a motor’s rotor
The property of an object to resist acceleration As one of the most basic concepts of physics, it is still poorly understood It is believed to be a property of bodies primarily due to their interaction with masses at the edges of the Universe Momentum (mass times velocity) is a measure of inertia and changes in momentum, which must be due to a force, permit a measure of inertial mass
measurement of an object's ability to resist a change in velocity, this property is dependent upon the mass and shape of the object
If you have a feeling of inertia, you feel very lazy and unwilling to move or be active. her inertia, her lack of energy = lethargy
n the tendency of an object to resist change, either in speeding up or slowing down
Tendency of a body to resist acceleration The tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest or of a body in motion to remain in motion in a straight line unless disturbed by an external force Inertia is resistance to motion, action, or change Inertia is measured by mass
Inertia is the tendency to remain in a fixed condition without change For example, resistance to change
the property of an object describing its tendency to stay at the same velocity (or at rest) unless a force acts on it
The tendency of an object at rest to remain at rest or an object in motion to remain in motion, unless pushed or pulled by an unbalanced force
a property of matter by which it remains at rest or in uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force
the tendency of matter to move uniformly (at a constant velocity; in a straight line at a constant speed)
{i} inertness, inactivity, immobility; tendency of matter to remain at rest or continue at a constant velocity unless acted upon by an outside force (Physics)
the tendency of a pattern to continue; more specifically, the tendency for a line to continue in the same direction
Sluggishness; a property that resists a change in its momentum
That property of matter by which it tends when at rest to remain so, and when in motion to continue in motion, and in the same straight line or direction, unless acted on by some external force; sometimes called vis inertiæ
Inertia is the tendency of a physical object to remain still or to continue moving, unless a force is applied to it. Inherent property of a body that makes it oppose any force that would cause a change in its motion. A body at rest and a body in motion both oppose forces that might cause acceleration. The inertia of a body can be measured by its mass, which governs its resistance to the action of a force, or by its moment of inertia about a specified axis, which measures its resistance to the action of a torque about the same axis
inertia welding
a form of friction welding in which the energy comes from a rotating flywheel
inertia selling
The illegal practice of sending unrequested goods to householders followed by a bill for the price of the goods if they do not return them
center of inertia
Alternative spelling of centre of inertia
centre of inertia
A point, near or within a body, at which the body's mass can be assumed to be concentrated when considering its rotational motion and moment of inertia. This may be different from its centre of mass which is the equivalent for linear motion
centre of inertia
The centre of mass
inertial
of, relating to, or depending on inertia
inertially
In an inertial manner
inertially
By means of inertia (or inertial forces)
moment of inertia
A measure of a body's resistance to a change in its angular rotation velocity
moment of inertia
A measure of a body's resistance to bending; second moment of inertia; second moment of area
polar moment of inertia
A measure of a body's resistance to twisting; a measure of torsional strength
second moment of inertia
A measure of a body's resistance to bending; second moment of area
moment of inertia
The tendency of a body to resist angular acceleration
inertial
{s} inactive, unmoving; lazy, slothful, sluggish; pertaining to the properties of inertia (Physics)
inertial
of or relating to inertia
law of inertia
law that bodies in motion tend to remain in motion and that bodies at rest tend to remain at rest until acted upon by an external force
moment of inertia
force of inertia of a body in relation to the momentum
moment of inertia
Quantitative measure of the rotational inertia of a body. As a rotating body spins about an external or internal axis (either fixed or unfixed), it opposes any change in the body's speed of rotation that may be caused by a torque. It is defined as the sum of the products obtained by multiplying the mass of each particle of matter in a given body by the square of its distance from the axis of rotation
polar moment of inertia
The resistance of an object to rotational acceleration When the mass of an object is distributed far from its axis of rotation, the object is said to have a high polar moment of inertia When the mass distribution is close to the axis of rotation, it has a low polar moment of inertia A mid-engined car has most of its mass within its wheelbase, contributing to a low polar moment of inertia, which, in turn, improves cornering turn-in
polar moment of inertia
Is the sum of any two moments of inertia about axes at right angles to each other It is taken about an axis which is perpendicular to the plane of the other two axes
polar moment of inertia
The moment of inertia of a body about an axis perpendicular to plane of its surface is called polar moment of inertia Hence, polar moment of inertia is a mass distribution property about an axis perpendicular to its surface
polar moment of inertia
same principle as Moment of Inertia only x2, y2 and xy are replaced with r2 (i e uses radius in it's calculation)
inertia