turbulence

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İngilizce - Türkçe
düzensizlik
şiddet

Bir bebek iniş öncesinde inişe başlarken bir uçak şiddetli türbülansa çarptığında bir bebek annesinin kollarına atıldı. - A baby was flung out of its mother's arms when a plane hit severe turbulence while commencing its descent prior to landing.

taş
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) turbülans
(Askeri) şiddetli çalkantı
haşinlik
çalkantılı hava
kargaşa
karışıklık
tenek akımı
sertlik
{i} türbülans

Bir bebek iniş öncesinde inişe başlarken bir uçak şiddetli türbülansa çarptığında bir bebek annesinin kollarına atıldı. - A baby was flung out of its mother's arms when a plane hit severe turbulence while commencing its descent prior to landing.

Şu anda bazı türbülanslar yaşıyoruz. - We are currently experiencing some turbulence.

{i} hava boşluğu
(Askeri) GÜRÜLTÜ, KAVGALI GÜRÜLTÜ, PATIRTI
türbülans/fırtınalılık
{i} gürültü
{i} karışıklık, kargaşalık
{i} (suda/havada) türbülans
turbulence chamber
türbülans odası, dönel yanma odası
turbulence chamber
girdap yuvası
turbulence chamber
türbülans hücresi
turbulence chamber
girdap hücresi
turbulence chamber
dönel yanma odası
turbulence combustion chamber
(Otomotiv) türbülanslı yanma odası
turbulence grating
türbülans kafesi
turbulence head
türbülans kafası
turbulence inversion
(Meteoroloji) turbülans enverziyonu
turbulence level
türbülans seviyesi
turbulence model
(Askeri) çalkantı modeli
clear air turbulence
açık hava türbülansı
heavy turbulence
kuvvetli türbülans
wake turbulence
(Havacılık) Bir uçak kalkarken kanat uçlarından başlayarak oluşan, pist üzerinde kalan hava akımı
domestic turbulence
(Askeri) İç karışıklık
friction turbulence
(Havacılık) sürtünme türbülansı
isotropic turbulence
(Havacılık) izotropik türbülans
wake turbulence
(Askeri) uçak türbülansı
İngilizce - İngilizce
Specifically, a state of agitation or disturbance in the air which is disruptive to an aircraft
An instance or type of such state or disturbance
The state or fact of being turbulent or agitated; tempestuousness, disturbance
Disturbance in a gas or fluid, characterized by evidence of internal motion or unrest
{n} tumult, confusion
{i} non-smooth and irregular flow in fluids (Hydraulics); quality of being turbulent; irregular atmospheric motion (Meteorology)
Disturbance, agitation or tumult
quick, irregular movement caused by similar movement in the surrounding air or water
A state of fluid flow in which the instantaneous velocities exhibit irregular and apparently random fluctuations so that in practice only statistical properties can be recognized and subjected to analysis Compare laminar flow
instability in the atmosphere
Irregular motion of air
Turbulence is a state of confusion and disorganized change. The 1960s and early 1970s were a time of change and turbulence
The irregular and instantaneous motions of air which is made up of a number of small of eddies that travel in the general air current Atmospheric turbulence is caused by random fluctuations in the wind flow It can be caused by thermal or convective currents, differences in terrain and wind speed, along a frontal zone, or variation in temperature and pressure
unstable flow of a liquid or gas a state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally); "the industrial revolution was a period of great turbulence"
irregular motion or swirling agitation of water, air, gas, etc
The result of the disruption of airflow caused by an interruption to its passage, such as when it hits a rear wing and its horizontal flow is spoiled
Irregular atmospheric motion especially when characterized by up-and-down currents
Fluid flow in which the motion at any point varies rapidly in direction and magnitude
Turbulence is violent and uneven movement within a particular area of air, liquid, or gas. His plane encountered severe turbulence and winds of nearly two-hundred miles an hour. In fluid mechanics, a flow condition (see turbulent flow) in which local speed and pressure change unpredictably as an average flow is maintained. Common examples are wind and water swirling around obstructions, or fast flow (Reynolds number greater than 2,100) of any sort. Eddies, vortices, and a reduction in drag are characteristics of turbulence. Lowered drag enables golf balls to travel farther than they would do otherwise, and the dimpled surface of golf balls is meant to encourage turbulence in the boundary layer. If swimsuits with rough surfaces help swimmers to move faster, as has been claimed, the same explanation may apply
Highly disordered state of a fluid or plasma containing a large number of interacting eddies or waves
Irregular motion of air See also mechanical turbulence and thermal turbulence
apparently chaotic fluid motion
The quality or state of being turbulent; a disturbed state; tumult; disorder; agitation
Rough air encountered during airplane flights
Any deviation from parallel flow in a pipe due to rough inner walls, obstructions or directional changes
a state or quality of being violently disturbed or agitated
Disrupted flow in the atmosphere that produces gusts and eddies
(wind) Irregular motion and GUSTs in the WIND SPEED F - turbulence S - turbulencia
The stormy flowing of air or liquid
Irregular movement of air, similar to white water which usually causes a hissing sound
irregular motion of the atmosphere, as indicated by gusts and lulls in the wind
a state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally); "the industrial revolution was a period of great turbulence"
unstable flow of a liquid or gas
A state of fluid flow in which instantaneous velocities exhibit irregular and apparently random fluctuations ADVANCE \x 540
the flow of a fluid (such as air) in which the velocity at a given point changes rapidly in magnitude and direction
Describes fluid motion disturbed from its average behavior by random fluctuations over a range of temporal and spatial scales
turb
turbulency
turbulence energy
eddy kinetic energy
clear-air turbulence
The erratic movement of air masses in the absence of any visual cues, especially such movement that causes unexpected turbulence to an aircraft
thermal turbulence
atmospheric turbulence due to convection currents
clear-air turbulence
strong turbulence in an otherwise cloudless region that subjects aircraft to violent updrafts or downdrafts
turbulence

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