eddy

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} anafor yapmak
girdap
anafor

Bir anafor, suyun dairesel bir akımıdır. - An eddy is a circular current of water.

türbülans
(Askeri) küçük girdap
burgaçlanmak
eğrim
dönmek
fırıl firıl dönmek
anaforlanmak
{f} fırıl fırıl dön
burgaç
girdap gibi döndürmek veya dönerek gitmek
{i} hortum
rüzgâr veya tozun girdap gibi dönmesi
{f} fırıl fırıl dönmek
çevri
eddy current
(Coğrafya) girdap akımı
eddy current
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) endüksiyon akımı
eddy current
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) burgaç akımı
eddy current
(Elektrik, Elektronik) foucoult akımı
eddy current
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) anaforlu akım
eddy current
(Bilgisayar,Elektrik, Elektronik) foucault akımı
eddy current
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) fukolt akımı
eddy current
(Askeri) anafor akıntısı
eddy current
burgaçlı akım
eddy current loss
burgaçlı akım kaybı
eddy flow
türbülanslı akım
eddy rotor
fukolt akım rotoru
eddy wind
döner rüzgar
eddy current loss
burgaçli akım kaybı
eddy current tube
girdap akımları tüp
eddy conductivity
(Meteoroloji) girdap iletkenliği
eddy current
(İnşaat) anafor akımları (trafo sacında)
eddy current loss
(Fizik) endüksiyon akımı kaybı
eddy current loss
(Fizik) fukolt akımı yitiği
eddy current test
anaforlu akım testi
eddy current testing
(Havacılık) eddy-akım deneyi
eddy current testing
(Nükleer Bilimler) girdap akımları testi
eddy current testing
(Havacılık) endüksiyon akımı deneyi
eddy currents
(Nükleer Bilimler) girdap akımları
eddy diffusion
(Coğrafya) girdap yayılması
eddy diffusion
(Denizbilim,Meteoroloji) girdap dağılması
eddy diffusion
(Askeri) anafor yayınım
eddy diffusion coefficient
(Askeri) anafor yayınım katsayısı
eddy flow
turbulent akış
eddy flow
türbülent akış
eddy flux
(Denizbilim,Meteoroloji) girdap akısı
eddy loss
eddi kaybı
eddy loss
(Elektrik, Elektronik) fuko kaybı
eddy loss
değişim kaybı
eddy loss
(Askeri) anafor değişim kaybı
eddy loss
(Elektrik, Elektronik) edi kaybı
eddy spectrum
(Meteoroloji) girdap tayfı
eddy viscosity
(Meteoroloji) girdap akışkanlığı
eddy viscosity
(Meteoroloji) girdap kayganlığı
eddy viscosity model
(Askeri) anafor akışkanlık modeli
eddy wind
(Meteoroloji) anafor rüzgar
eddy wind
anafor oluşturan rüzgar
to eddy
girdap için
air eddy
hava girdabı
horizontal eddy
(Askeri) yatay anafor
obliquely descending eddy
(Askeri) açısal olarak azalan anafor
surface eddy
yüzey çevrintisi
to eddy
burgaçlanmak
to eddy
anaforlanmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A diminutive of Edward, Edgar, Edwin, or other male given names beginning with Ed-
To form an eddy
A current of air or water running back, or in an opposite direction to the main current. Especially a circular current
{n} a circular motion of wind or water
{a} whirling, moving round or circularly
diminutive of Edward
In a fluid, any circulation drawing its energy from a flow of much larger scale and brought about by pressure irregularities
swirling currents of air at variance with the main current
A localized chaotic movement of air or liquid in a generally uniform larger flow
A relatively calm area, away from the main current, often near the shore Upstream gates are often located in eddies, so that the paddler will not have to fight the current's full force
A little whirlpool or whirlwind
A current of water, especially one moving in a circular pattern, running against the main current
Circular motion of the water unconnected with general water movement
To move as an eddy, or as in an eddy; to move in a circle
individual transient element of turbulence-often pictured as a translating and rotating air parcel
A current of air or water running back, or in a direction contrary to the main current
A vortex type motion of water flowing partly opposite to the main current
A place where the current either stops or turns to head upstream Usually found below obstructions and on the inside of bends
A circular current of water usually formed at a bend or obstruction in the stream
An area of water that is still, slow-moving, or moving upstream behind an obstacle in a river Often used by white water paddlers to stop and look about
To collect as into an eddy
A quasi-circular movement of water whose area is relatively small in comparison to the current with which it is associated
An indentation found in a body of water where a smaller body of water swirls back into itself It is created when a current cuts into a bank Food usually collects in this area, which attracts fish
A current, as of water or air, moving contrary to the direction of the main current, especially in a circular motion ADVANCE \x 540 ADVANCE \x 540
A small disturbance of wind in a large wind flow, which can produce turbulent conditions or turbulence They can also be areas of warmer air north of the main westerlies or colder air south of the westerlies (See cut-off high or cut-off low ) In oceanic circulation, it is a circular movement of water usually formed where currents pass obstructions, between two adjacent currents flowing counter to each other, or along the edge of a permanent current
A small disturbance of wind in a large wind flow, which can produce turbulent conditions They can also be areas of warmer air north of the main westerlies or colder air south of the westerlies In oceanic circulation, it is a circular movement of water usually formed where currents pass obstructions, between two adjacent currents flowing counter to each other, or along the edge of a permanent current
An eddy is a movement in water or in the air which goes round and round instead of flowing in one continuous direction. eddies a circular movement of water, wind, dust etc. eddied eddying eddies if water, wind, dust etc eddies, it moves around with a circular movement
A circular movement of water or air that is formed where currents pass obstructions or between two adjacent currents that are flowing counter to each other (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
A current, as of water or air, moving contrary to the direction of the main current, especially in a circular motion
a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on itself
A current of water or air moving in a circular direction; a whirlpool
A current of air, water, or any fluid, forming on the side of the main current, especially one moving in a circle; in extreme cases a whirlpool
small whirlpool or circular current
a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on itself founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910) flow in a circular current, of liquids
{f} form a circular current, form a small whirlpool, swirl around (about wind or water)
{i} circular current, small whirlpool (of wind or water)
A small volume of air that behaves differently from the predominant flow of the layer in which it exists, seemingly having a life of its own An example would be a tornado, which has its own distinct rotation, but is different than the large-scale flow of air surrounding the thunderstorm in which the tornado is born
founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)
a small volume of air that behaves differently from the layer that surrounds it, acting with a life of its own An example would be a tornado, which has its own distinct rotation, but is different than the large flow of air surrounding the thunderstorm in which the tornado is born
flow in a circular current, of liquids
A whirl or circling current of air or water, different and differentiated from the general flow
A circular movement of water, usually formed where currents or tidal streams pass obstructions, along the edge of a current or stream, or between two adjacent flows
eddy current
An induced electric current formed within the body of a conductor when it is exposed to a time varying magnetic field; utilized in induction heating and in some braking and damping systems
eddy currents
plural form of eddy current
eddy kinetic energy
The energy associated with the turbulent part of the flow of a fluid
eddy current
(Elektrik, Elektronik) A localized electric current induced in a conductor by a varying magnetic field
Eddy Merckx
{i} (born 1945) Belgian bicycle racer who won the Tour de France five times
eddy current
-The current that is generated in a transformer core due to the induced voltage in each lamination It is proportional to the square of the lamination thickness and to the square of the frequency
eddy current
an AC current setup near the surface of a conductor exposed to an electromagnetic field
eddy current
Foucault current, localized current that develops within a conductor that is moving through a varying magnetic field (Electromagnetism)
eddy current
A circular current of water, usually resulting from an obstruction, that develops when the main flow becomes separated from the bank
eddy current
induced circulating currents in a conducting material that are caused by a varying magnetic field
eddy current
An induced electric current circulating wholly within a mass of metal; called also Foucault current
eddy current
Electrical current which is generated (and dissipated) in a conductive material in the presence of an electromagnetic field
eddy current
Electrical current generated (and dissipated) in a conductive material (often a rotor shaft) when it intercepts the electromagnetic field of a displacement or proximity probe
eddy currents
Circulating electrical currents that are induced in electrically conductive elements when exposed to changing magnetic fields, creating an opposing force to the magnetic flux Eddy currents can be harnessed to perform useful work (such as damping of movement), or may be unwanted consequences of certain designs, which should be accounted for or minimized
eddy currents
Closed loops of induced current set up in a piece of metal when there is relative motion between the metal and a magnetic field The eddy currents are in such direction that the resulting magnetic forces oppose the relative motion
eddy currents
Small circulating electrical currents generated when an electromagnetic field contacts the surface of a metal object Secondary electromagnetic fields are generated by these currents and picked up by the searchcoil's receive windings This causes an inductive imbalance to occur between the transmit and receive windings which is relayed to the detector circuitry producing an audio or visual response
eddy currents
Induced currents flowing in a core
eddy currents
Small circulating currents produced on the surface of metal by the transmitted electromagnetic field These currents then produce a secondary electromagnetic field which is then detected by the search coil receiver windings resulting in inductive imbalance between the windings
eddy currents
Currents that flow in a substance from variations in magnetic induction See also Lenz Effect Laminates are used to prevent eddy currents, which cause physical and electrical resistance in an alternator or transformer, therefore wasting power
eddy currents
  Small circulating currents of electricity produced on the surface of metal by a transmitted electromagnetic field These currents then produce a secondary electromagnetic field that can be detected by the search coil receiver (resulting in inductive imbalance between the windings)
eddy currents
Additional currents caused by a time varying magnetic field
eddy currents
Also called Foucault currents Those currents induced in the body of a conducting mass by a variation in magnetic flux
eddy currents
Induced currents in transformer winding and core caused by the magnetic field from the normal alternating current and harmonics
eddy currents
A circulating current induced in a conducting material by a varying magnetic field
eddy currents
electric currents induced in a conductor by a changing magnetic field or by motion of the conductor through a magnetic field One of the sources of concern about potential hazard to subjects in very high magnetic fields or rapidly varying gradient or main magnetic fields Can be a practical problem in the cryostat of superconducting magnets, in particular for localized spectroscopy Can be reduced by the use of shielded gradients
eddy kite
This kite was extensively used by Eddy in his famous meteorological experiments
eddy kite
A quadrilateral, tailless kite, with convex surfaces exposed to the wind
eddy kite
It is now generally superseded by the box kite
eddy viscosity
viscosity due to turbulent eddies (Microscale)
eddy viscosity
The turbulent transfer of momentum by eddies giving rise to an internal fluid friction, in a manner analogous to the action of molecular viscosity in laminar flow, but taking place on a much larger scale
eddy viscosity
apparent viscosity arising from turbulence
eddy viscosity
An approximation to turbulent flow whereby the net effect of molecular diffusion enhanced by strain flows between eddies is parametrized by an eddy viscosity acting on large scale motion Eddy viscosity may be taken as constant or dependent on the length scale of motion The former case is equivalent to assuming that the Reynolds stresses are proportional to the gradients of the large scale flow velocity
eddy viscosity
viscosity caused by eddies
Mary Baker Eddy
a US religious leader, who started a new form of Christianity called Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910). orig. Mary Morse Baker born July 16, 1821, Bow, near Concord, N.H., U.S. died Dec. 3, 1910, Chestnut Hill, Mass. U.S. religious leader, founder of Christian Science. A daughter of Congregationalist descendants of old New England families, she married in 1843; her husband died the following year, and she married again in 1853. She suffered from ill health for much of her life. In the early 1860s she was cured of a spinal malady by Phineas P. Quimby (1802-66), who cured ailments without medication. She remained well until shortly after Quimby's death; in 1866 she suffered a severe fall and lost hope for recovery, only to be healed by reading the New Testament. She considered that moment her discovery of Christian Science and spent several years evolving her system. In 1875 she published Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, which her followers regarded as divinely inspired. Having divorced in 1873, in 1877 she married one of her followers, Asa G. Eddy (d. 1882). The Church of Christ, Scientist was organized in 1879. Eddy established the Massachusetts Metaphysical College in 1881; she also founded three periodicals, notably The Christian Science Monitor (1908)
eddies
is a term that has been used to denote all time-varying mesoscale ocean phenomena such as planetary waves and oceanic vortices Some authors reserve the use of this term for closed circulation features like Gulf Stream and rings and other mesoscale vortices
eddies
Currents that swirl in pockets
eddies
plural of eddy
eddies
Motion of a fluid in directions differing from, and at some points contrary to, the direction of the larger-scale current
eddies
Large circular moving bodies of water associated with ocean currents
eddying
present participle of eddy
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение eddy в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

eddy akışmazlık katsayısı
(Askeri) coefficient of eddy viscosity
eddy-akım deneyi
(Havacılık) eddy current testing
eddy

    Расстановка переносов

    ed·dy

    Турецкое произношение

    edi

    Синонимы

    swirl, tide, vortex, whirlpool

    Произношение

    /ˈedē/ /ˈɛdiː/

    Этимология

    [ 'e-dE ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from either Old English edēa (ed- "turning" + ēa "water") or from Old Norse iða in Webster's Dictionary.

    Времена

    eddies, eddying, eddied

    Общие Словосочетания

    eddy current

    Слово дня

    bellicose
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