humidity

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} rutubet
{i} nem

Nispi nem oranını ölçmek için, bir psikrometre kullanabilirsiniz. - You can use a psychrometer to measure relative humidity.

Bu neme nasıl dayanıyorsun? - How do you stand this humidity?

(Tıp) humidite
rutubetlilik
havadaki nem
nem oranı

Nispi nem oranını ölçmek için, bir psikrometre kullanabilirsiniz. - You can use a psychrometer to measure relative humidity.

Nem oranı yüksek olduğunda nefes almak zordur. - It's difficult to breathe when humidity is high.

(İnşaat) nemli
(Gıda) nemlendirmek
(Gıda,Teknik,Tekstil) nemlilik
nemin
humid
rutubetli
humid
{s} nemli

Yazın, hava çok nemlidir. - In the summer, it's very humid.

New York havası yaz mevsiminde sıcak ve nemlidir. - New York weather is hot and humid in the summer.

humidity mixing ratio
nem karışım oranı
humidity gauges
Nem ölçer, nem ölçme aleti
humidity ratio
(Mühendislik) belirli bir hacimde veya nemli hava örneğinde havadaki su buharının kuru hava kütlesine oranı.Nemlilik oranı
humidity chart
(Biyokimya) nem çizemi
humidity controlled storage space
(Askeri) RUTUBETİ KONTROLLU DEPOLAMA SAHASI: Rutubetin belirli sınırlar içinde tutulduğu yer
humidity controller
nemlilik kontrolörü
humidity losses
rutubet kayıpları
humidity meter
nemölçer
humidity potential
(Gıda) nem çekicilik gücü
humidity potential
(Gıda) nem çekicilik düzeyi
humidity ratio
(Nükleer Bilimler) nemlilik oranı
humidity sensor
nemlilik hissedicisi
humidity sensor
nemlilik sensörü
humid
yaş
relative humidity
bağıl nem
absolute humidity
(Tekstil) havanın mutlak nemi
absolute humidity
(Tekstil) mutlak rutubet
absolute humidity
(Tekstil) mutlak nem oranı
humid
rutubet
humid
tav
humid
(Biyokimya) nem
humid
tenli
relative humidity
(Fizik,Teknik) nispi rutubet
relative humidity
nisbi nem
relative humidity
nispi nemlilik
relative humidity
(Meteoroloji,Teknik,Tekstil) nispi nem
relative humidity
(İnşaat) göreceli nem
relative humidity
(Fizik,Teknik) relatif nemlilik
relative humidity
görece nem
relative humidity
göreli nem
relative humidity
bağılnem
absolute humidity
mutlak nem
air humidity
hava nemi
air humidity
tenek nemi
ambient air humidity
ortam havası nemi
constant degree of humidity
sabit nemlilik derecesi
critical humidity
kritik nem
humid
(hava) nemli
insulation against humidity
neme karşı yalıtım
absolute humidity
mutlak nem, saltık nem
ground humidity
zemin nemi, rutubeti
high humidity
yüksek nem
humid
rutubetsiz
specific humidity
özgül nem
ambient air humidity
çevre havası nemi
average humidity
ortalama nem
equilibrium humidity
denge rutubeti
indoor humidity
oda nemi
indoor humidity
oda rutubeti
normal humidity
normal nem
percentage humidity
(Gıda) yüzde nem
percentage of humidity
rutubet yüzdesi
saturation humidity
doygunluk nemi
trapped humidity
inşaat rutubeti
ultimate humidity
(Tekstil) bitim nemliliği, son nemlilik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
dampness, especially that of the air
the amount of water vapour in the air
{n} moistness, dampness
The amount of water vapor in the air It is often confused with relative humidity or dew point Types of humidity include absolute humidity, relative humidity,and specific humidity
is the amount of water vapor in the air The higher the temperature, the greater the number of water molecules the air can hold "Relative humidity" describes the amount of water in the air compared with how much the air can hold at the current temperature For example, 50% relative humidity means the air holds half the water vapor it is capable of holding
The amount of water vapor content in the air
Moisture; dampness; a moderate degree of wetness, which is perceptible to the eye or touch; used especially of the atmosphere, or of anything which has absorbed moisture from the atmosphere, as clothing
Generally, a measure of the water vapor content of the air Popularly, it is used synonymously with relative humidity
(Relative)Ratio between the amount of moisture in the air and the greatest amount of moisture the air could hold at the same temperature
The moisture in the air See also: Relative humidity
The moisture in the air See also relative humidity
The moisture content of air Relative humidity is the ratio of the amount of water vapor actually present in the air to the greatest amount possible at the same temperature
{i} dampness, moistness, mugginess
Is a measure of the amount of water vapour content of the air For related information please see Relative Humidity and Humidex
A general term used to describe the amount of water vapor found in the atmosphere
Generally, some measure of the water vapor content of air
The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere (See relative humidity)
The moisture content of the atmosphere at a given time
a measure of the amount of moisture (water vapor) in the air
The condition of the atmosphere in respect of its water vapour content The word 'humidity' used alone generally signifies relative humidity, but various other measures are employed such as humidity mixing ratio, vapour concentration, vapour pressure, specific humidity, dew point etc
The ratio of the actual water content of the air to the amount of water the air is capable of holding at a particular temperature
Water in air, as a gas Often measured as a percentage, compared to the maximum amount of water vapor the air can contain at that temperature
is the quantity of water vapor in the air Relative humidity is the ration between the actual quantity of watervapor and the amount of watervapor that the air can hold at a given temperature
The degree of moisture in the air
The percent concentration of water vapor in the atmosphere
water vapor in the atmosphere Absolute humidity is the amount of water vapor in a given quantity of air; it is not a function of temperature Relative humidity is a ratio of actual atmospheric moisture to the maximum amount of moisture that could be carried at a given temperature, assuming constant atmospheric pressure The higher the temperature--other factors remaining constant--the lower the relative humidity (i e the drier the air)
The amount of water vapor in the air It is often confused with relative humidity or dew point
You say there is humidity when the air feels very heavy and damp. The heat and humidity were insufferable
A general term referring to water vapor in the air
wetness in the atmosphere
Humidity is the amount of water in the air. The humidity is relatively low. Amount of water vapour in the air. One of the most variable characteristics of the atmosphere, humidity is an important factor in climate and weather: it regulates air temperature by absorbing thermal radiation both from the Sun and the Earth; it is directly proportional to the latent energy available for the generation of storms; and it is the ultimate source of all forms of condensation and precipitation. Humidity varies because the water-holding capacity of air is determined by temperature. When a volume of air at a given temperature holds the maximum amount of water vapour possible, the air is said to be saturated. Relative humidity is the water-vapour content of the air relative to its content at saturation. Saturated air has a relative humidity of 100%; near the Earth the relative humidity rarely falls below 30%
The amount of water vapor in the air
humidness
absolute humidity
the mass of water vapour in a given volume of air
absolute humidity
Meteorology: In a system of moist air, the ratio of the mass of water vapor present to the volume occupied by the mixture, that is, the density of the water vapor component. Absolute humidity is usually expressed in grams of water vapor per cubic meter or, in engineering practice, in grains per cubic foot. Because this measure of atmospheric humidity is not conservative with respect to adiabatic expansion or compression, it is not commonly used by meteorologists. (Also called ''vapor concentration and vapor density). See relative humidity
relative humidity
The ratio of the actual amount of water vapor (absolute humidity) present in the air to the saturation point at the same temperature, usually expressed as a percentage
specific humidity
the ratio of the mass of water vapour to mass of air
humid
{a} moist, damp, wet, watery, plashy
absolute humidity
maximal amount of water vapor that the air can absorb
absolute humidity
The amount of water vapor present in a unit volume of air, usually expressed in kilograms per cubic meter
drop in humidity
lowering of the humidity level
high humidity
large percentage of moisture in the air
humid
a weather term used when there is a lot of water vapor in the air It would feel "sticky" on a humid day
humid
Containing sensible moisture (usually describing air or atmosphere); damp; moist; somewhat wet or watery; as, humid earth; consisting of water or vapor
humid
containing or characterized by a great deal of water vapor; "humid air"; "humid weather
humid
You use humid to describe an atmosphere or climate that is very damp, and usually very hot. Visitors can expect hot and humid conditions = sticky, heavy dry. if the weather is humid, you feel uncomfortable because the air is very wet and usually hot (humidus, from humere )
humid
Containing or characterized by perceptible moisture Usually refers to the atmosphere
humid
containing or characterized by a great deal of water vapor; "humid air"; "humid weather"
humid
Containing or characterized by perceptible atmospheric moisture, especially to the point of being oppressive
humid
{s} moist, damp
humid
Containing sensible moisture; damp; moist; as, a humidair or atmosphere; somewhat wet or watery; as, humid earth; consisting of water or vapor
relative humidity
The percentage of water in an atmosphere relative to the maximum possible at that temperature and pressure
relative humidity
The (dimensionless) ratio of the actual vapor pressure of the air to the saturation vapor pressure The corresponding ratios of specific humidity or of mixing ratio give approximations of sufficient accuracy for many purposes in meteorology The relative humidity is usually express in percent Also called humidity See absolute humidity, dew point
relative humidity
the ratio of the partial pressure of water to the saturation vapor pressure, also called saturation ratio; often expressed as a percentage
relative humidity
The amount of water vapor in the air compared to the amount of water vapor that the air can hold at a given temperature For example, if the relative humidity is 50 percent, then the amount of water vapor in the air is half of what the air could actually hold at that temperature
relative humidity
This is the ratio of actual vapor pressure to the saturation vapor pressure at a specific temperature
relative humidity
The amount of water vapor in the air compared to the amount the air could hold if it was totally saturated Expressed as a percentage
relative humidity
The ratio of the water vapor pressure in the atmosphere to the equilibrium vapor pressure at a given temperature
relative humidity
the ratio of the actual water vapor pressure at a given time to the vapor pressure that would occur if the air were saturated at the same ambient temperature
relative humidity
Ratio between the moisture content of air at a certain temperature, and the maximum moisture it could contain at that temperature, expressed as a percentage Saturation of the air takes place at 100% RH i e , the air contains the maximum amount of moisture that it can hold See also: Humidity
relative humidity
A type of humidity that considers the ratio of the actual vapor pressure of the air to the saturation vapor pressure It is usually expressed in percentage
relative humidity
(%) The ratio of the actual amount of water vapor in the air to the maximum it can hold at a given temperature, multiplied by 100
relative humidity
is the ratio, usually expressed as a percent, of the amount of moisture (water vapor) in the air to the amount the air would contain if saturated Saturation exists when the air is holding the maximum amount of water vapor possible at the existing temperature and pressure Because saturation varies based on temperature, relative humidity is dependant on air temperature
relative humidity
The ratio of the amount of water vapor in the air at a specific temperature to the maximum capacity of the air at that temperature
relative humidity
The ratio, expressed as a percentage, of the amount of water vapor or moisture in the air to the maximum amount of moisture that the air would hold at the same dry-bulb temperature and atmospheric pressure (RH can vary from 0 to 100 %)
relative humidity
relation between the amount of vapor in a unit of air and the maximum amount the air can absorb
relative humidity
The ratio of the amount of water vapor in the air at a specific temperature to the maximum amount that the air could hold at that temperature, expressed as a percentage
relative humidity
the amount of water vapor (vapor pressure) in a given parcel of air divided by the maximum amount of water vapor the parcel of air could contain at a given temperature (saturation vapor pressure) before it would begin to condense into water droplets
relative humidity
the amount of water vapor in the air expressed as the ratio between the measured amount and the maximum possible amount (the saturation point at which water condenses as dew)
relative humidity
the ratio, in percent, of the amount of moisture in a volume of air to the total amount which that volume can hold at the given temperature and atmospheric pressure Relative humidity is a function of the actual moisture content of the air, the temperature, and the atmospheric pressure (Schroeder and Buck 1970)
relative humidity
The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere, expressed as a percentage of the maximum quantity that could be present at a given temperature (The actual amount of water vapor that can be held in space increases with the temperature )
relative humidity
The amount of water vapor in the air, compared to the amount the air could hold if it was totally saturated (Expressed as a percentage)
relative humidity
Relative humidity is a measure of the amount of moisture in the air It is expressed in a percentage of how much moisture the air could possibly hold The "wetter or damper" the air feels the higher the relative humidity The drier the air feels the lower the relative humidity
relative humidity
The ratio of the amount of water vapor actually in the air (absolute humidity) compared to the amount of water vapor the air can hold at that temperature and pressure; expressed as a percentage
relative humidity
The ratio of water vapor in the air to the maximum amount of vapor the air can hold at a given temperature and pressure Fire behavior is dependent on, and can be predicted from, relative humidity
relative humidity
The ratio of the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere to the amount necessary for saturation at the same temperature Relative humidity is expressed in terms of percent and measures the percentage of saturation
relative humidity
Relative humidity is a percentage of water vapour per area at a specific temperature Relative humidity is calculated at all times of the year but the humidex is usually only given in the warmer months from May to September Relative humidity can be calculated using various methods and instruments It is a calculation to find out how many grams of water vapour can be held at a given temperature Usually, the warmer the air the higher it's capacity for holding water vapour Each specific temperature has a holding limit for water and the actual amount of water held in the air at the time of measurement can be represented as a percentage For example, if a parcel of air at 20ºC has a limit or capacity of 16 grams of water vapour and 16 grams of water vapour is measured, the air's holding capacity is at it's maximum, the relative humidity (RH) of the air is said to be 100% Take the same air with 8 grams of water vapour and your RH is 50%
relative humidity
The ratio of the amount of moisture in the air, to the maximum amount of moisture that air would contain if it were saturated The ratio of the actual vapor pressure to the saturated vapor pressure
relative humidity
the ratio of the amount of water in the air at a give temperature to the maximum amount it could hold at that temperature; expressed as a percentage
specific humidity
amount of water vapor that one cubic centimeter of air can absorb
humidity
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