shear

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Meteoroloji) şir
(Teknik,Tekstil) makaslamak
tıraş etmek
kırkım
(Askeri) makaslama kuvveti
kesme işlemi
makaslanmak
(Askeri) kesme mukavemeti
kaykılmak
kısa budamak
kırkma
{i} makas

Bahçıvan makasım nerede? - Where are the garden shears?

saçını kesmek
{f} kes
(koyun tüyünü) kırkmak
kırpmak
makasla kesmek
MAKASLAMA KUVVETİ, KESME MUKAVEMETİ: Bir kirişe, istinat noktasına yakın yerde binen yük
{f} makasla
{i} makaslama
makaslama gücü
{f} kesilmek
(Nükleer Bilimler) kesme
{f} biçilmek
{f} (bir çitin dallarını) kısa budamak
biçme
{f} (hayvanın tüylerini) çok kısa kesmek, kırkmak, kırpmak
makaslama gerilimi
{f} of -den mahrum etmek. 4
{f} yoksun bırakmak
{f} soymak
bükül/bük/kırk
{f} kesmek
{f} mahrum etmek
(Gıda,İnşaat) kayma
kırkmak
shears
büyük makas
shear angle
(Mekanik) yarma açısı
shear connector
(İnşaat) saplama
shear crack
(İnşaat) kesme çatlağı
shear forces
(Fizik) sıyırma kuvvetleri
shear pin
(İnşaat) biçme saplaması
shear strain
(Çevre) kesme gerilmesi
shear strength
(Mekanik) kesme dayanımı
shear stress
kesme gerilmesi
shear wave
kesme dalgası
shear pin
emniyet pimi
shear wave
enine dalga
shear connector
Gijon saplama
shear deformation
Kesme deformasyonu
shear force
kesme kuvveti
shear line
değişim derecesi
shear modulus
kesme modülü
shear rate
(Reoloji) Kayma hızı, akma hızı
shear strenght
(İnşaat) MAKASLAMA KUVVETİ, KESME MUKAVEMETİ: Bir kirişe, istinat noktasına yakın yerde binen yük
shear strength
makaslama direnci
shear strength
(Mühendislik) kesme dayanımı, kayma dayanımı
shear stress
(Teknoloji) kayma gerilimi
shear stress
Kayma gerilmesi
shear test
makaslama test
shear thinning
inceltme makaslama
shear wall
(İnşaat) Kesme kuvveti perdesi
shear wall details
perde duvarı ayrıntıları
shear wave
kesme dalgası, enine dalga
shear wave splitting
(Jeofizik) Kayma dalgası ayrışması
shear wave splitting
(Jeofizik) Makaslama dalgasının ayrışması
shear-free
kaymaz
shear a sheep
koyun kırpmak
shear apparatus
kesme düzeneği
shear apparatus
kesme kutusu
shear behaviour
kesme davranışı
shear bolt
(Otomotiv) kilit cıvatası
shear bolt
(Otomotiv) kesme cıvatası
shear bolt
(Otomotiv) başı kopan cıvata
shear box
kesme kutusu
shear box
makaslama kutusu
shear box
kesme aleti (direkt)
shear box test
kesme kutusu deneyi
shear box test
kesme kutusu testi
shear crack
makaslama kırığı
shear crack
kesme kırığı
shear cracks
kesme çatakları
shear device
makaslanma teçhizatı
shear failure
kayma yenilmesi
shear failure
kesme göçmesi
shear failure
kesme yenilmesi
shear failure
makaslama yenilmesi
shear flow
(Askeri) kesmeli akım
shear flow
sürükleme akımı
shear flow
kayma akımı
shear force
kesme/kayma kuvveti
shear force
makaslama kuvveti
shear forming
(Mekanik,Teknik) kesme kuvveti ile sıvama
shear fracture
kesme kırıkları
shear intensity
kesme şiddeti
shear intensity
kayma şiddeti
shear joint
makaslama eklemi
shear joint
makaslama çatlağı
shear line
(Meteoroloji) değişim hattı
shear link assembly
(Askeri) makaslama donanımı
shear link assembly
(Askeri) MAKASLAMA DONANIMI: Belirli bir mekanik yükte kırılmak üzere yapılmış alet
shear load
kayma yükü
shear load
makaslama yükü
shear load
kesme yükü
shear modulus
makaslama modülü
shear of
-den mahrum etmek
shear plane
makaslama düzlemi
shear press
(Gıda) kesmeye karşı direnç
shear reinforcement
kesme teçhizatı
shear screw
makas vidası
shear strain
makaslama deformasyonu
shear strain
kesme/kayma birim deformasyonu
shear strake
siyer saçı
shear strake
siyer kaplaması saçı
shear strength
makaslama dayanımı
shear strength
(Nükleer Bilimler) kesme mukavemeti
shear stress
makaslama gerilmesi
shear stress
kesme/kayma gerilmesi
shear surface
ayırma sathı
shear surface
makaslama yüzeyi
shear surface
kayma yüzeyi
shear test
(Otomotiv) kesme testi
shear test
(Otomotiv) makaslama testi
shear test
(Otomotiv) kopma testi
shear test sample
kesme deneyi numunesi
shear thickening
kayma kalınlaşması
shear thinning
kayma incelmesi
shear velocity
sürüklenme hızı
shear wave
enine dalga, makaslama/kesme (s) dalgası
shear wave search unit
(Nükleer Bilimler) enine dalga prob
shear wave velocity
(Çevre) kesme dalgası hızı
shear webbing
serenler arası destek ağı
shear zone
makaslama zonu
shear zone landslide
(Çevre) kesme zonu heyelanı
shears
kırkı (kırkmaya yarayan alet)
shears
bahçıvan makası; çit makası
pure shear
saf kesme
pure shear
yalın kesme
shear rate
(Tıp) kayma hızı
sheared
kesilmek
shearer
kesici
shears
kesme
shorn
kesmek
threshold shear
başlangıç kesmesi
threshold shear velocity
(Askeri) başlangıç kayma hızı
angle of shear
makaslama açısı
sheared
{f} kırk
shearing
makaslama
shearing
{f} makasla
shears
makas

Bahçıvan makasım nerede? - Where are the garden shears?

shears
yün kırkma makası
shorn
{f} kes
base shear
(İnşaat) Taban kesmesi
billet shear
Kütük makası
boundary shear
(Mühendislik) Cidar kayma gerilmesi
critical shear stress
kritik kesme gerilmesi
high shear tape
yüksek mukavemetli şerit
sheared
kırkılmış
shearing
makaslayarak
shearing
(Mühendislik) (preste, makasta) kesme
shearing
kırkım
bottom shear blade
(Tekstil) alt makas yaprağı
direct shear test
doğrudan makaslama deneyi
equivalent shear model
(Çevre) denk kesme modeli
general shear failure
genel kayma yenilmesi
horizontal shear
yatay makaslama
inclined shear plane
eğik makaslama düzlemi
lateral shear
yanal makaslama
live load shear force
(Askeri) HAREKETLİ YÜK KESME KUVVETİ: Hareketli yükten meydana gelen kesme kuvveti
local shear failure
yerel kayma yenilmesi
local shear failure
lokal makaslama yenilmesi
longitudinal shear
(İnşaat) boyuna makaslama
modulus of shear deformation
kayma deformasyonu modülü
perimeter shear
çevresel kesme
punching shear
vuruşlu kesici
punching shear
zımba kesici
punching shear failure
zımbalama kayma yenilmesi
punching shear stress
(Askeri) noktasal kesme gerilmesi
pure shear
saf makaslama
reinforcement cutting shear
(İnşaat) donatı makası
reverse shear
ters yönde makaslama
rotary shear
döner kesici
seismic shear force
(Çevre) sismik kesme kuvveti
shearer
koyun kırpan kimse
shearer
{i} orakçı
shearer
{i} tırpancı
shearing
{i} kırpma
shearing
{i} kesme
shearing
{i} kırkma
shearing
{i} biçme
shearing
kırkı

Koyunları kırkıyorum. - I am shearing the sheep.

shears
{i} metal kesme makası
shears
bükül/bük/kırk
shears
kırkı
shears
i., çoğ
shears
teneke makası
shears
maden makası
shears
kırkma makası
shears
makarayı tutan vincin iki kolu
shorn
biçilmiş
shorn
kırpılmış
shorn
yoksun
shorn
kesilmiş
shorn
bükül/bük/kırk
shorn
{s} mahrum
shorn
f., bak. shear
slow shear test
yavaş kesme testi
soil shear strength
(Askeri) TOPRAK ÇATLAMA DAYANIKLILIĞI: Toprağın çatlama stresine (gerilimine) karşı olan maksimum dayanıklılığı
story shear coefficient
(Çevre) kat kesme katsayısı
swelling due to shear
kesme genişlemesi
torsion shear
burulma kesmesi
torsion shear
torsiyon kesmesi
ultimate shear stress
enson kesme gerilmesi
vertical shear
düşey makaslama
wind shear
(Askeri) RÜZGAR DEĞİŞİMİ: Rüzgarın yönünde ve hızında meydana gelen değişim
zero shear
sıfır makaslama
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To remove the fleece from a sheep etc by clipping
To deform because of shearing forces
a force that produces a shearing strain
a cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger
the act of shearing, or something removed by shearing
To cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears

So trenchant was the Templar’s weapon, that it shore asunder, as it had been a willow twig, the tough and plaited handle of the mace, which the ill-fated Saxon reared to parry the blow, and, descending on his head, levelled him with the earth.

{v} to clip, cut, snip, take off, reap, mow
a large edge tool that cuts sheet metal by passing a blade through it (usually plural) large scissors with strong blades (physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves; "the shear changed the quadrilateral into a parallelogram"
A strain, or change of shape, of an elastic body, consisting of an extension in one direction, an equal compression in a perpendicular direction, with an unchanged magnitude in the third direction
A pair of shears; now always used in the plural, but formerly also in the singular
a sudden change or "veering" in wind direction and/or in speed vertically and/or horizontally In the lowest 100 mb of the atmosphere, the winds tend to "veer", or turn in a clockwise direction with height, because of the decreased effects of friction Above this level, changes in the wind direction are related to horizontal differences in air temperature If the winds veer with height, warm air would be expected to move into the region However, if the winds "backed" with height (turning in a counterclockwise direction with height), cold air would be anticipated
A method of pruning formal hedges in which the surface of the shrub is trimmed to a uniform surface Back to alphabetical list
cut off, as in: It is time for us to shear the wool from the sheep
A deformation in which planes of material slide with respect to one another
The movement and release of ink from the screen mesh to the garment Plastisol will lower in viscosity under shear from either squeegee pressure or shear from mixer Quick shear plastisols are plastisols that lose thixotropic properties and do not have long threads of ink from the screen mesh before releasing onto garment Quick shear plastisols allow faster printing speeds and sharper image qualities of prints
To cut, clip, or sever anything from with shears or a like instrument; as, to shear sheep; to shear cloth
A form of strain produced when two layers are shifted along in relation to each other
A moving force of material, abruptly changing velocity, that tends to tear away particles from one another
Hydraulically operated scissor like device for crosscutting the stem of a tree One type of tree shear uses a cutting blade, which closes parallel to the anvil
To separate or sever with shears or a similar instrument; to cut off; to clip (something) from a surface; as, to shear a fleece
A condition or force causing two contacting parts of a material to slide past each other in opposite directions parallel to their plane of contact
The rate of deformation of a fluid when subjected to a mechanical shearing stress
A pair of shears is a garden tool like a very large pair of scissors. Shears are used especially for cutting hedges. Trim the shrubs with shears. v. shear legs shear wall wind shear
Variation in wind speed (speed shear) and/or direction (directional shear) over a short distance Shear usually refers to vertical wind shear, i e , the change in wind with height, but the term also is used in Doppler radar to describe changes in radial velocity over short horizontal distances
An action or stress resulting from applied forces that causes or tends to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relative to each other
Shear gaskets function in applications where loading force is applied to a gasket parallel to the mounting/attachment surface with a uni or bi-directional wiping action
cut or cut through with shears
To deprive of property; to fleece
To become more or less completely divided, as a body under the action of forces, by the sliding of two contiguous parts relatively to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact
(physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves; "the shear changed the quadrilateral into a parallelogram"
A quasi-horizontal layer moving at a different velocity relative to the layer directly below and/or above
shear the wool from; "shear sheep"
Force that tends to divide an object along a plane parallel to the opposing stresses
To produce a change of shape in by a shear
An action, resulting from applied forces, which tends to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relatively to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact; also called shearing stress, and tangential stress
(usually plural) large scissors with strong blades
cut with shears; "shear hedges"
To reap, as grain
Strain put on a compound between two surfaces when there is a slipping movement of the two surfaces parallel to and in opposite directions along the length of the joint, such as occurs when an aluminum channel expands to a greater length than a glass panel when both are subjected to the same pronounced rise in temperature This kind of strain tends to rub or knead the compound in opposite directions along the joint, as contrasted to other forms of strains which may try to pull the compound apart, by reason of the strain being at a right angle to the joint
Unless the term "velocity shear" is used, wind shear refers to differences in direction (directional shear) of the wind at different altitudes
A shearing; used in designating the age of sheep
Fig
stress involves the application of stress from two opposite directions causing portions of an object to move in parallel but opposite directions Wood is very resistant to shearing perpendicular to the grain and this property is not measured via a standard test Wood shears much easier in a direction parallel to the grain - consider a screw running perpendicular to the grain: it will shear out to the nearest end-grain if a sufficiently large force is applied to the board parallel to the grain Shear stress is measured in psi
To shear a sheep means to cut its wool off. In the Hebrides they shear their sheep later than anywhere else. + shearing shear·ing a display of sheep shearing
(wind) Variations in horizontal WIND SPEED due to the distance of the wind from the ground The higher the wind is above the ground, the faster it moves because of the reduced friction F - cisaillement S - gradiente transversal de la velocidad del viento
It is the rate of change over a short duration In wind shear, it can refer to the frequent change in wind speed within a short distance It can occur vertically or horizontally Directional shear is a frequent change in direction within a short distance, which can also occur vertically or horizontally When used in reference to Doppler radar, it describes the change in radial velocity over short distances horizontally
a large edge tool that cuts sheet metal by passing a blade through it
See Shear, n
Force that causes a body to shift away from the acting force where it is not supported
{f} cut off hair or fleece; trim with a sharp tool; deprive of, take away
To deviate
an action of force causing or tending to cause tow contiguous parts of an articulation to slide relative to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact
The force tending to make two contacting parts slide upon each other in opposite directions parallel to their plane of contact
(1) the relative movement of adjacent layers in a liquid or plastic during flow; (2) a cutting machine for printed plastics, laminates, printed circuit boards and the like
shear centre
The point where a shear force can act without producing any twist in the section. In general not the centroid, but a point through which a force transverse to the axis of a beam section can act and not cause any twisting of the beam section
shear strength
The resistance to forces that cause or tend to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relative to each other in a direction parallel to their contrast
shear stress
the component of stress that causes parallel layers of a material to move relative to each other in their own planes
shear stresses
plural form of shear stress
shear wave
A wave that changes the medium through which it travels to change its shape but not its volume or density
shear waves
plural form of shear wave
shear strain
Shear strain is a strain that acts parallel to the face of a material that it is acting on
shear stress
Shear stress is a stress state where the stress is parallel or tangential to a face of the material, as opposed to normal stress when the stress is perpendicular to the face
shear thinning
The property of a fluid (usually solder paste) whereby the viscosity (that is, the resistance to flow) reduces temporarily as the fluid is subjected to an increased shear force, (for example by a squeegee during the print process
shear thinning
A pseudoplastic material is one in which viscosity decreases with increasing rate of shear (also termed shear thinning). This property is found in certain complex solutions, such as ketchup, whipped cream, blood, paint, and nail polish. Pseudoplasticity can be demonstrated by the manner in which shaking a bottle of ketchup causes the contents to undergo an unpredictable change in viscosity. The force causes it to go from being thick like honey to flowing like water
shear wall
(İnşaat) In structural engineering, a shear wall is a wall composed of braced panels (also known as shear panels) to counter the effects of lateral loads acting on a structure. Wind and earthquake loads are the most common loads braced wall lines are designed to counteract. Under several building codes, including the International Building Code (where it is called a braced wall line) and Uniform Building Code, all exterior wall lines in wood or steel frame construction must be braced. Depending on the size of the building some interior walls must be braced as well
shear a sheep
remove wool from a sheep
shear legs
Device, often temporary, for lifting heavy weights. It consisted of three poles lashed together at the top with a block and tackle attached. Shear legs were often used for placing masts in sailing ships
shear legs
legs that can be raised
shear modulus
The ratio of the shear stress and the angular shear distortion
shear modulus
the ratio of shear stress to shear strain
shear modulus
The Shear Modulus, G, also known as the Modulus of Rigidity, is defined as
shear pin
A safety device, used to fasten a propeller to its shaft; it breaks when the propeller hits a solid object, thus preventing further damage
shear pin
A protection device used on some couplings To protect driver and driven equipment against overload The pin is located between coupling halves and is machined to break or shear at a predetermined load allowing the driver side to free wheel
shear rate
Rate at which adjacent layers of fluid move with respect to each other, usually expressed as reciprocal seconds
shear rate
– The velocity gradient in shear The overall velocity over the cross section of a channel with which the fluid layers are gliding along each other or along the wall in laminar flow
shear rate
The velocity gradient i e velocity/gap measured in reciprocal seconds, s-1 In screw extruder channels the shear rate can usually reach 100s-1 or more In flow through extrusion dies it might reach 500s-1 or more while in injection molding more than 5000s-1
shear rate
rate at which adjacent layers of fluid move with respect to each other, usually expressed as reciprocal seconds (also see shear stress ) When the fluid is placed between two parallel surfaces moving relative to each other
shear rate
the rate at which a layer of melt slides over the layer below Shear rate is velocity-related rather than force- related
shear rate
Shear rate is a way to describe how quickly the velocity of the melt changes from the mould surface to the center of flow for a given cross section The size of the shear rate gives an indication of the shape of the velocity profile for a given situation
shear rate
Measure of the rate at which a solder cream is disturbed, e g by stirring or other flow processes
shear steel
See under Shear
shear strain
tan(psi)
shear strain
The ratio of the amount of deformation of the side of a body to the length of the side
shear strain
A material’s angle of bend resulting from a shear stress
shear strength
– The ability of a material to withstand shear stress The stress at which a material fails in shear
shear strength
The maximum load required to shear the specimen in such a manner that the moving portion has completely cleared the stationary portion
shear strength
The capacity of a material to resist separation in allele planes, as in cutting
shear strength
(in roofing) the stress required to disrupt a seam or bonded joint or attachment by forcing the substrate material to slide out from the overlying material or vice versa
shear strength
The maximum resistance of a soil to shearing stresses
shear strength
1) The ability of a material to withstand shear stress 2) The stress at which a material fails in shear
shear strength
An engineering term used to describe a soil or structure to resist applied forces that causes or tends to cause two contiguous parts of a body to slide relative to each other
shear strength
The resistance to shearing
shear strength
The resistance of a material to deformation Consisting of two components: 1) friction between the grains of the material, and, 2) cohesive substances between the grains that hold them together
shear strength
The ability of a material to withstand a stress that makes two contacting parts slide upon each other in opposite directions SOLIDS Non-evaporating material TACK Stickiness of an adhesive
shear strength
Resistance to transverse loading Transverse loads should only be applied to a dowel pin or to the unthreaded section of a screw; otherwise, deformation will occur Shear strength is measured in terms of pounds or kilonewtons
shear strength
The limiting stress of a material determined by measuring a strain resulting from applied forces that cause or tend to cause bonded contiguous parts of a body to slide relative to each other in a direction parallel to their plane of contact; the value of the force achieved when shearing stress is applied to the bond (normally parallel to the substrate) to determine the breaking load Strength to withstand shearing of a material
shear strength
A measure of the ability of a soil to resist forces that tend to separate it from its position on a slope and cause it to move
shear strength
the maximum shear stress that a given material can sustain
shear strength
Maximum shear stress that can be sustained by a material before rupture It is the ultimate strength of a material subjected to shear loading It can be determined in a torsion test where it is equal to torsional strength The shear strength of a plastic is the maximum load required to shear a specimen in such a manner that the resulting pieces are completely clear of each other It is reported in psi based on the area of the sheared edge (ASTM D-732) The shear strength of a structural adhesive is the maximum shear stress in the adhesive prior to failure under torsional loading (ASTM E-229) Methods for determining shear strength of timber are given in ASTM D-143 and ASTM D-198
shear strength
The stress required to produce fracture in the plane of cross section, the conditions of loading being such that the directions of force and of resistance are parallel and opposite although their paths are offset a specified minimum amount The maximum load divided by the original cross-sectional area of a section separated by shear
shear strength
ability of a material to withstand shear stress or stress at which a material fails in shear
shear strength
In materials, the stress required to produce fracture in the plane of cross section, the conditions of loading being such that the directions of force and of resistance are parallel and opposite although their paths are offset a specified minimum amount
shear stress
Shear Stress is defined as the shear force per unit area applied to a section of the test piece It differs from the stress applied in Young's Modulus, in that it has a twisting effect on the sample under test Shear Stress is measured in units of N m-²
shear stress
Shear stress is the result of the force that is generated in a melt to overcome its resistance to a particular flow situation Shear stress is the product of a material and shear rate
shear stress
A stress applied tangential to a surface
shear stress
the shear force per unit of cross-sectional area; also referred to as diagonal tensile stress
shear stress
Stress resulting when two forces act on a body in opposite directions in parallel adjacent planes
shear stress
An applied force per unit area needed to produce deformation in a fluid
shear stress
The stress component parallel to a given surface, such as a fault plane, that results from forces applied parallel to the surface or from reinote forces transmitted through the surrounding rock If you lean against the edge of the door where the latch is, you are applying shear stress to the door
shear stress
the tangential force per unit area of sheared fluid which is associated with the shear through molecular or turbulent exchange across the flow
shear stress
A tangential force divided by the area (FORCE/AREA) on which it is applied The shear stress is equal to the viscosity multiplied by the shear rate (measured in units of pressure i e MPa or psi) At the die lips under usual production conditions the shear stress may reach values of 0 2 MPa or more The usually accepted value for the onset of sharkskin in capillaries is 0 14 MPa With additives the critical shear stress value might be pushed up to 0 5 MPa
shear stress
frictional force overcome in sliding one “layer” of fluid along another, as in any fluid flow The shear stress of a petroleum oil or other Newtonian fluid at a given temperature varies directly with shear rate (velocity) The ratio between shear stress and shear rate is constant; this ratio is termed viscosity The higher the viscosity of a Newtonian fluid, the greater the shear stress as a function of rate of shear In a non-Newtonian fluid--such as a grease or a polymer-containing oil (e g multi-grade oil)--shear stress is not proportional to the rate of shear A non-Newtonian fluid may be said to have an apparent viscosity, a viscosity that holds only for the shear rate (and temperature) at which the viscosity is determined See Brookfield viscosity
shear stress
Shear stress in a flowing liquid is the force exerted as one layer moves past another
shear stress
Where normal stress is perpendicular to the designated plane, shear stress is parallel to the plane
shear stress
the shearing force divided by the area It is always a maximum at the outside of the flow channel As it is force-related, it depends on the viscosity of the material, which in turn depends on the material and molding conditions The maximum allowable stress level is usually taken as 1% of the tensile strength of the material High shear stress is unimportant at gates, and in sprues and runners
shear stress
Result from forces which tend to cause one portion of a body to move with respect to another in a direction parallel to their plane of contact
shear stress
Stress caused by forces operating parallel to each other but in opposite directions
shear stress
A stress in which the top and bottom of a material are pushed in opposite horizontal directions
shear stress
frictional force overcome by sliding one layer of fluid along another, as in any fluid flow
shear stress
Frictional force overcome in sliding one "layer" of fluid along another, as in any fluid flow The shear stress of a petroleum oil or other Newtonian fluid at a given temperature varies directly with shear rate (velocity) The ratio between shear stress and shear rate is constant; this ratio is termed viscosity of a Newtonian fluid, the greater the shear stress as a function of rate of shear In a non-Newtonian fluid - such as a grease or a polymer-containing oil (e g multi-grade oil) - shear stress is not proportional to the rate of shear A non-Newtonian fluid may be said to have an apparent viscosity, a viscosity that holds only for the shear rate (and temperature) at which the viscosity is determined
shear wall
In building construction, a rigid vertical diaphragm capable of transferring lateral forces from exterior walls, floors, and roofs to the ground foundation in a direction parallel to their planes. Examples are the reinforced-concrete wall or vertical truss. Lateral forces caused by wind, earthquake, and uneven settlement loads, in addition to the weight of structure and occupants, create powerful twisting (torsional) forces. These forces can literally tear (shear) a building apart. Reinforcing a frame by attaching or placing a rigid wall inside it maintains the shape of the frame and prevents rotation at the joints. Shear walls are especially important in high-rise buildings subject to lateral wind and seismic forces
shear wall
A wall that resists horizontal shear forces applied in the plane of the wall
shear wall
A wall (or partition) designed to take a load in the direction of the plan of the wall, as distinct from lateral loads perpendicular to the wall Shear walls may be designed to take lateral loads as well See Bearing wall
shear wall
A wall which is designed to brace a house against side to side earthquake or wind forces In wood frame houses, it is usually constructed by nailing plywood panels to wood studs according to an engineered pattern
shear wall
A bearing wall designed to resist lateral forces from other than its own mass, acting in the plane of the wall
sheep shear
Cheat or swindle (a person)
sheep shear
Cheating, swindling
sheep shear
The time or occasion of the festival (now rarely held) celebrating this
sheep shear
The action or practice of shearing sheep
sheep shear
Shear a sheep
Kepler shear
The effect of differential rotation speeds in the rings of Saturn
pinking-shear
Attributive form of pinking shears

pinking-shear edge.

sheared
Simple past tense and past participle of to shear
shearing
Present participle of shear
shears
A tool consisting of two blades with bevel edges, connected by a pivot, used for cutting cloth, or for removing the fleece from sheep etc
shears
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shear
shears
plural form of shear
wind shear
A change of wind speed, direction, and magnitude
shearer
{n} a person that shears sheep or cloth
shears
{n} a sharp intrument with two blades, an engine to hoist heavy weights
shorn
{a} of to shear
Shorn
nott
elasticity of shear
the elasticity of a body that has been pulled out of shape by a shearing force
sheared
{s} shaven, shorn, trimmed, cut off with a sharp tool
sheared
having the hair or wool cut or clipped off as if with shears or clippers; "picked up the baby's shorn curls from the floor"; "naked as a sheared sheep
sheared
(used especially of fur or wool) shaped or finished by cutting or trimming to a uniform length; "a coat of sheared lamb"
sheared
past of to shear
sheared
Shaped or finished by shearing, especially cut or trimmed to a uniform length: a sheared fur coat
shearer
a person employed to remove the wool from sheep using shears
shearer
a skilled worker who shears the wool off of sheep or other animals
shearer
a workman who uses shears to cut leather or metal or textiles
shearer
Scottish ballet dancer and actress (born in 1926)
shearer
'sheep .shearer someone who cuts the wool off sheep
shearer
a skilled worker who shears the wool off of sheep or other animals a workman who uses shears to cut leather or metal or textiles Scottish ballet dancer and actress (born in 1926)
shearer
A reaper
shearer
One who shears
shearer
{i} one who trims or cuts hair or fleece with a sharp tool
shearing
Slicing or cutting trees or stumps at the ground line Shearing may be done at harvest or with a KG blade during site preparation
shearing
Cutting the fleece from an animal with electric or hand shears
shearing
The act or operation of dividing with shears; as, the shearing of metal plates
shearing
The operation of leveling the nap on cloth is much used in the woolen and worsted trades, as well as in the case of certain cotton fabrics Shearing regulates the height of the nap or protruding fibers found on the surface of goods
shearing
occurs when tissue slides across a surface, deforming tissues and blood vessels
shearing
Cutting force applied perpendicular to material causing the material to yield and break
shearing
The operation of cutting off trees and brush at ground level by pushing a bulldozer blade along the frozen surface in winter The stems and trunks are sheared off at ground level
shearing
Trimming of the edges of sheet strip to make them parallel This done at either the stainless steel mill or at the stainless steel processor
shearing
Finishing process in cut pile carpet manufacturing to create a smooth carpet face The shearing process can also be used to create texture, as in random shearing See "Random sheared" or "Tip shearing "
shearing
Cutting expanded metal to size to produce various sizes and shapes Go Back
shearing
Same as Shearling
shearing
The process used to cut off surface fibers on fabrics
shearing
Describing something (such as a shearing force) that tends to cut or tear
shearing
In Christmas tree culture, to prune the branches to make dense foliage and give the tree a conical shape
shearing
The process of making a vertical side cutting in working into a face of coal
shearing
– The process of removing wood in very thin layers as it turns
shearing
removing by cutting off or clipping
shearing
The act or operation of reaping
shearing
the removal of wool from the sheep by the use of power clippers or blade shears
shearing
When one portion of a block of uniform soil fails, or slides, past another portion in a parallel direction
shearing
Separating parts of a soil mass by applying shearing stresses
shearing
To trim back and shape tree branches, making foliage dense and giving the tree a conical form Used to produce Christmas trees
shearing
as with Christmas trees, to prune the branches to make dense foliage and give the tree a conical shape
shearing
Type of cutting operation in which the metal object is cut by means of a moving blade and fixed edge or by a pair of moving blades that may be either flat or curved
shearing
A type of pruning in which random cuts are taken to achieve an even surface This is used when maintaining hedges or topiaries
shearing
{i} act of cutting off hair or fleece; act of trimming with a sharp tool
shearing
Cutting fleece from sheep with power-driven clippers or sometimes by hand shears Properly sheared fleece will be removed in one solid sheet, which can be rolled into a compact bundle with the wool on the inside
shearing
The process of preparing shear steel; tilting
shearing
In textile manufacturing, the cutting of the raised nap of a pile fabric to a uniform height to enhance appearance. Shearing machines operate much like rotary lawn mowers, and the amount of shearing depends on the desired height of the nap or pile. Shearing may also be applied to create stripes and other patterns by varying surface height. In animal husbandry, shearing is the cutting off of the fleece of sheep and other wool-bearing animals, using special shears
shearing
The act or operation of clipping with shears or a shearing machine, as the wool from sheep, or the nap from cloth
shearing
The product of the act or operation of clipping with shears or a shearing machine; as, the whole shearing of a flock; the shearings from cloth
shears
A pair of wings
shears
A similar instrument the blades of which are extensions of a curved spring, used for shearing sheep or skins
shears
Anything in the form of shears
shears
under Lathe
shears
An apparatus for raising heavy weights, and especially for stepping and unstepping the lower masts of ships
shears
It consists of two or more spars or pieces of timber, fastened together near the top, steadied by a guy or guys, and furnished with the necessary tackle
shears
(usually plural) large scissors with strong blades
shears
plural of shear
shears
A tool used to trim off ragged edges or unwanted bits of glass
shears
third-person singular of shear
shears
A tool used to trip excess hot glass from an object in the course of production
shears
The bedpiece of a machine tool, upon which a table or slide rest is secured; as, the shears of a lathe or planer
shears
{i} large scissor-like tool, clippers; cutting implement
shears
Large clippers used to cut thick branches or stems during pruning
shears
An instrument consisting of two blades, commonly with bevel edges, connected by a pivot, and working on both sides of the material to be cut, used for cutting cloth and other substances
shears
A cutting instrument
shears
Cutting utensils with a curved handle with one hole for the thumb, another for two or more fingers and an overall length usually more than six inches Useful for cutting fabrics on a table or other flat surface
shears
A shearing machine; a blade, or a set of blades, working against a resisting edge
shorn
of Shear
shorn
past of shear
shorn
If grass or hair is shorn, it has been cut very short. his shorn hair
shorn
Shorn is the past participle of shear. A past participle of shear. the past participle of shear
shorn
{s} shaven, cut off (about hair or wool)
shorn
having the hair or wool cut or clipped off as if with shears or clippers; "picked up the baby's shorn curls from the floor"; "naked as a sheared sheep"
shorn
If a person or thing is shorn of something that was an important part of them, it has been removed from them. She looks terrible, shorn of all her beauty and dignity
wind shear
{i} sudden change in the direction and momentum of a wind pattern (especially a shift from horizontal breezes to vertical breezes)
wind shear
A change in wind direction and speed between slightly different altitudes, especially a sudden downdraft. Rate of change of wind velocity with distance perpendicular to the wind direction. A very narrow zone of abrupt velocity change is known as a shear line. Wind shear is observed near the ground and in jet streams, where it may be associated with clear-air turbulence. Vertical wind shear is closely associated with the vertical flux of momentum, heat, and water vapour
shear

    Турецкое произношение

    şîr

    Синонимы

    crop, cut back, fleece, groom, mow, pare, prune, shave, shorten, snip, trim

    Произношение

    /ˈsʜər/ /ˈʃɪr/

    Этимология

    [ shir ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Old English scieran, from Proto-Germanic *skeranan, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ker-. Cognate with Dutch scheren, German scheren, Norwegian skjære, Swedish skära; and (from Indo-European) with Ancient Greek κείρω (keirō, “I cut off”), Latin caro (“flesh”), Lithuanian skìrti (“separate”), Welsh ysgar (“separate”).

    Времена

    shears, shearing, sheared, sheared

    Общие Словосочетания

    shear stress, shear rate

    Слово дня

    flammable
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