shock wave

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İngilizce - Türkçe
şok dalgası

Şok dalgası geldi ve her şeyi ve herkesi yok etti. - The shock wave came and obliterated everything and everyone.

çarpma dalgası
ŞOK DALGASı: Havada, karada, sualtında ve yeraltındaki bir patlama tarafından oluşturulan ve devamlı şekilde çevreye yayılan basınç titreşimleri
korku dalgası
heyecan dalgası
shock waves
şok dalgaları
attached shock wave
(Havacılık) değen şok dalgası
condensation shock wave
(Havacılık) yoğunlaşma şok dalgası
detached shock wave
(Havacılık) değmeyen şok dalgası
reflected shock wave
(Askeri) yansımış şok dalgası
reflected shock wave
(Askeri) YANSIMIŞ ŞOK DALGASI: Bir ortamda yayılan bir şok dalgası bu ortamdan daha yoğun bir ortama çarpınca şok dalgasındaki enerjinin bir kısmı daha yoğun ortamda bir şok dalgasını endükler ve enerjinin geri kalanı daha az yoğun ortamda yansımış şok dalgası olarak geriye gider. Ayrıca bakınız: "shock wave"
shockwave
korku dalgası
shockwave
heyecan dalgası
shockwave
şok dalgası
İngilizce - İngilizce
A powerful compression wave produced by the movement of a body through a fluid or gas at a velocity greater than the local speed of sound
Any violent disturbance
The cone-shaped wave made by an object moving at supersonic speed through a fluid
conical pattern in space produced when an object moves at supersonic speed in a gaseous medium and creates a disturbed wake
A multimedia application by MacroMedia for dynamic online visual presentations
A shock wave is an area of very high pressure moving through the air, earth, or water. It is caused by an explosion or an earthquake, or by an object travelling faster than sound. The shock waves yesterday were felt from Las Vegas to San Diego
– a single conical wave front formed when the speed of the sound source exceeds the speed of the wave
A shock wave is the effect of something surprising, such as a piece of unpleasant news, that causes strong reactions when it spreads through a place. The crime sent shock waves throughout the country
Mathematically, a wave front in a non-linear PDE with a discontinuous change in pressure or some other parameter Physically, a similar wave with a very abrupt change in pressure Typically a shock wave can exist because the speed of communication behind it is greater than the speed of communication in front of it
A surface or sheet of discontinuity (i e , of abrupt changes in conditions) set up in a supersonic field or flow, through which the fluid undergoes a finite decrease in velocity accompanied by a marked increase in pressure, density, temperature, and entropy, as occurs, e g , in a supersonic flow about a body Sometimes called a shock See attached shock wave, bow wave, condensation shock wave, detached shock wave, Mach wave, normal shock wave, oblique shock wave
A sudden change in pressure that travels as an intense sound wave
A region of abrupt change in pressure and density caused by supersonic flow around a body
A structure that stands in a medium (like the solar wind) ahead of an obstacle, when the obstacle speed is faster than the speed of waves in the medium The "bow shock" stands in front of the magnetosphere, and interplanetary shocks precede fast coronal mass ejections as they travel from the Sun At a shock, density and temperature increase, while velocity decreases to allow the medium to flow around the obstacle
a region of high pressure travelling through a gas at a high velocity; "the explosion created a shock wave
a region of high pressure travelling through a gas at a high velocity; "the explosion created a shock wave"
high pressure area created when the movement of objects in an area creates an ultrasonic boom
shock waves
plural form of shock wave
shockwave
Alternative spelling of shock wave
Shockwave
{i} (Internet) technology that enables multimedia objects to be included in World Wide Web sites (developed by Macromedia)
shockwave
Developed by Macromedia Allows web page to include multimedia objects such as animation
shockwave
A Macromedia software product that aids in the creation of animation for web pages The Shockwave plug-in is necessary to view any page that has been created with this software
shockwave
A program that allows viewing of Macromedia Flash and Director created files Go to Macromedia
shockwave
A plug-in for your browser that makes your browser display files, usually animations or games, created in Macromedia Director, Authorware or Freehand You can download the plug-in at Macromedia
shockwave
A technology developed by Macromedia, Inc that enables Web pages to include multimedia objects To create a shockwave object, you use Macromedia's multimedia authoring tool called Director, and then compress the object with a program called Afterburner You then insert a reference to the "shocked" file in your Web page To see a Shockwave object, you need the Shockwave plug-in, a program that integrates seamlessly with your Web browser The plug-in is freely available from Macromedia's Web site as either a Netscape Navigator plug-in or an ActiveX control Shockwave supports audio, animation, video and even processes user actions such as mouse clicks It runs on all Windows platforms as well as the Macintosh
shockwave
Macromedia’s software which allows you to create Macromedia Director presentations that can be viewed on the Net
shockwave
A family of multimedia players
shockwave
A program that allows Macromedia Director animate files to be played on a browser Top
shockwave
A technology that enables web pages to include multimedia objects such as audio, animation, and video; you use an authoring tool by Macromedia called "Director" to create a shockwave object and a program called "Afterburner" to compress the object A plug-in available from Macromedia's web site is required to see a Shockwave object included on a web page
shockwave
A multimedia application by Macromedia for dynamic online visual presentations back to top
shockwave
Shockwave is a program developed by Macromedia that allows animation and online presentations on your web pages
shockwave
Shockwave is a set of programs that allow Macromedia Director animation files to be played over the Internet with a web browser Possible uses for this type of animation on the Web include online advertising, games, training, and animated logos
shockwave
A program used on web sites that enables moving graphics You have to have a shockwave viewer which can be downloaded from http: //www macromedia com
shockwave
A commercial Web browser plug-in which allows you to view interactive multimedia files
shockwave
Shockwave is a Macromedia development tool similar to java, which brings enhanced multimedia to the Internet Files of this nature are given an swf extension It is part of the Director Studio Over 300 million web users to this day have the Shockwave Player, and many more will download each year There are many free games available online in this format, including tetris, mini golf, bowling, arcade games, and other animations and cartoons Flash is another technology that is used in conjunction to make animations and cartoons It is free to download the player from Macromedia, allowing users obtaining swf files to play them without charge More information on this topic is available at http: //macromedia com/shockwave
shockwave
A program from Macromedia for viewing files created with Macromedia Director Shockwave is now freely available as a plug-in for the Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer web browsers A technology developed by Macromedia, Inc, that allows the user to view Web pages with multimedia objects, such as audio, animation, video, and processes user actions such as mouse clicks
shockwave
A plug-in that allows for multimedia movies to play through a browser
shockwave
(n ) A trademark of Macromedia Inc , for a platform-independent technology it developed that allows Web pages to include multimedia (developed using Macromedia Director) Shockwave requires the user to install a plug-in
shockwave
A technology developed by Macromedia, Inc that enables Web pages to include multimedia objects To create a shockwave object, you use Macromedia's multimedia authoring tool called Director, and then compress the object with a program called Afterburner You then insert a reference to the "shocked" file in your Web page To see a Shockwave object, you need the Shockwave plug-in, a program that integrates seamlessly with your Web browser The plug-in is freely available from Macromedia's Web site as either a Netscape Navigator plug-in or an ActiveX control Shockwave supports audio, animation, video and even processes user actions such as mouse clicks It runs on all Windows platforms as well as the Macintosh
shockwave
{i} wave of extremely high pressure caused by a major explosion or disturbance (such as a shockwave created by a sonic boom)
shockwave
A tool from Macromedia which enables multimedia presentations created with Macromedia Director over the Internet A Shockwave plug-in for Netscape Navigator enables them to form part of the Web
shockwave
A multimedia application by MacroMedia for dynamic online visual presentations
shockwave
Shockwave (also known as Shockwave & Flash) is a browser plug-in that gives you sound, video, and animation on Web pages
shockwave
Shockwave, produced by Macromedia, allows you to view new forms of entertainment on the web, such as games, music, rich-media chat, interactive product demos and e-merchandising applications
shockwave
Shockwave is a set of programs/plugins that allow Macromedia Director animation files to be played over the Internet with a web browser Possible uses for this type of animation on the Web include online advertising, games, training, and animated logos
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Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy
(Tıp) (ESWL) Exstrakorporeal(Vücutdışı) şok Dalgaları ile Safra taşı veya safra kesesi taşı kırma metodu(bkz: Lithotripsy.)
shock wave