shock absorber

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İngilizce - Türkçe
amortisör

Uzlaşma, amortisör kullanımıyla bir çarpışmadır - A compromise is a collision with the use of shock absorbers.

amortisör cihaz
(Askeri) şok emici
yatıştırıcı
tampon
Darbe emici
amortisör (cihaz)
(Askeri) giderici
shock absorber bracket
amortisör mesnedi
shock absorber oil
amortisör yağı
shock absorber anchorage
darbe emici tertibatı
shock absorber arm
(Otomotiv) amortisör kolu
shock absorber body
darbe emici gövdesi
shock absorber bracket
darbe emici braketi
shock absorber housing
darbe emici gövdesi
shock absorber kit
darbe emici kiti
shock absorber pin
(Otomotiv) amortisör pimi
shock absorber rigid
sert amortisör
shock absorber subsystem
(Otomotiv) şok emici tali sistemi
shock absorber top mounting
(Otomotiv) amortisör üst bağlantısı
shock absorber valve
(Otomotiv) amortisör supabı
shock absorbers
amortisör
shock absorbers
gazlı amortisör
adjustable friction shock absorber
ayarlı sürtünmeli amortisör
bumper shock absorber
tampon amortisörü
hydraulic shock absorber
hidrolik amorsitör
spring shock absorber
yay amortisörü
gas-filled shock absorber
gazlı amortisör
self-leveling shock absorber
self-levelling amortisör
shock absorbers
şok emiciler
telescopic shock absorber
teleskopik amortisör
comfort shock absorber
konforlu darbe emici
pneumatic shock absorber
pnömatik amortisör
pneumatic shock absorber
havalı sarsıntı yutucu
shockabsorber
(Otomotiv) darbe emici
twin tube shock absorber
(Otomotiv) çift bonılu amortisör
twin tube shock absorber
(Otomotiv) çift borulu amortisör
İngilizce - İngilizce
A mechanical device designed to smooth out or damp any sudden shock impulse and dissipate kinetic energy; usually consists of a combination of a spring and a dashpot
device that absorbs the jerky motion felt when a vehicle goes over a bumpy road
A cylindrical hydraulic or gas-charged suspension component that minimizes the bounce as your vehicle drives over bumps
Resilient bearing which, in a watch, is intended to take up the shocks received by the balance staff and thus protects its delicate pivots from damage
a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses; "the old car needed a new set of shocks"
A shock absorber is a device fitted near the wheels of a car or other vehicle to reduce the effects of travelling over uneven ground. a pair of rear shock absorbers. n. A device used to absorb mechanical shocks, as a hydraulic or pneumatic piston used to dampen the jarring sustained in a moving motor vehicle. a piece of equipment connected to each wheel of a vehicle to make travelling on uneven ground more comfortable. Device for controlling unwanted motion of a spring-mounted vehicle. On an automobile, the springs act as a cushion between the axles and the body and reduce the shocks produced by a rough road surface. Since some combinations of road surface and car speed may result in excessive up-and-down motion of the car body, shock absorbers which today are hydraulic devices that oppose both compression and stretching of the springs slow down and reduce the magnitude of these vibratory motions. See also damping
The complete assembly of a shock damper that includes the shock body, cap, spring, shaft and connectors
Device that uses air or hydraulic pressure to dampen up-and-down motion of vehicle
A temporary restriction in the trading of stock index futures which becomes effective following a significant intraday decrease in stock index futures prices Designed to provide an adjustment period to digest new market information, the restriction bars trading below a specified price level Shock Absorbers are generally market specific and at tighter levels than circuit breakers
A device that converts motion into heat, usually by forcing oil through small internal passages in a tubular housing Used primarily to dampen suspension oscillations, shock absorbers respond to motion; their effects, therefore, are most obvious in transient maneuvers
A device for the dissipation of energy used to modify the response of a mechanical system to applied shock
Device that uses air or hydraulic pressure to dampen up-and-down motion of a vehicle
a mechanical damper; absorbs energy of sudden impulses; "the old car needed a new set of shocks
Resilient bearing that takes the shocks received by the balance staff, protecting its delicate pivots from damage
shock absorbers
plural form of shock absorber
shock absorbers
A hydraulic suspension component filled with hydraulic fluid or gas that absorbs spring oscillations, forces downward pressure on the tire keeping it down on the road and contributes to a smoother, more controlled ride
shock absorbers
(Otomotiv) Devices located near each wheel to cut down the vertical bouncing of the passenger compartment on the springs after the wheels go over a bump or the vehicle stops short. Shock absorbers also improve handling on rough road surfaces
shock absorbers
A component of a system which allows dissipation of energy by extending the deceleration distance
shock absorbers
Devices located near each wheel to cut down the vertical bouncing of the passenger compartment on the springs after the wheels go over a bump or the car stops short Shock absorbers also improve handling on rough road surfaces
shock absorber