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Oven graph

Powder Coatings Glossary
    Recordingof the temperature curve in the furnace

Graph, английский
  1. A diagram which shows the relationship between quantities as a line

  2. N графема (тж. grapheme); allo~ n аллограф grapheme n графема (тж. graph) graphemics n графемика

  3. A graph is a set of objects that have connections to other objects. the objects are often referred to as nodes and the connections as arcs or edges. if the connections have directions associated with them, the graph is referred to as a directed graph. if the connections are such that there is only one path between any two objects, then the graph is acyclic. a graph has both properties is referred to as a directed acyclic graph (dag). see also: bayesian network, belief net, graph.

  4. A capability of microsoft azure active directory that accesses user, group, and role objects within a social enterprise graph to easily surface user information and relationships.

Graph algorithm, английский
    Графовый алгоритм graph annotatorграфический редактор

Graph api, английский
    A set of restful web services that provides access to the entire identity system that is running in microsoft’s cloud (microsoft azure active directory - waad).

Graph button, английский
    Командная кнопка графика; кнопка графика

Graph character, английский
    Графический символ

Graph chart, английский
    Тело графика

Graph editor, английский
    Редактор графовых представлений

Graph follower, английский
    Повторитель кривых; графоповторитель; устройство ввода контурных изображений

Graph index, английский
    An index that stores graph nodes and edges and their associated data.

Graph information retrieval system, английский

Graph information retrieval system (girs), английский
    Система поиска графической информации. система поиска в базах данных, содержащих графическую информацию. поиск осуществляется по ключевым словам, идентифицирующим изображение, отдельным фрагментам или цветам рисунков

Graph of averages, английский
    For bivariate data, a graph of averages is a plot of the average values of one variable (say y) for small ranges of values of the other variable (say x), against the value of the second variable (x) at the midpoints of the ranges.

Graph of averages., английский
    For bivariate data, a graph of averages is a plot of the average values of one variable (say y) for small ranges of values of the other variable (say x), against the value of the second variable (x) at the midpoints of the ranges.

Graph paper, английский
    Разлинованная бумага

Graph plotter, английский
    Графопостроитель; плоттер

Graph query language, английский
    A query language used to query the graph index.

Graph theory, английский
    Теория графов

Graph with loop, английский
    Граф с петлями

Graphēum, латинский

Graphēum, i, n, латинский

Graphden, английский
    Graphical data entry

Temperature, английский
  1. Température

  2. Dry-bulb - temperature of air as indicated by a standard thermometer.

  3. An expression of thermal energy density. how hot or cold an object is.

  4. The measure of the intensity of heat that a substance possesses.

  5. Температура

  6. Температура тмр test methods and procedures методы проведения испытаний и последовательность их проведения тмр theodolite measuring point кинотеодолитная станция

  7. Temperatura, fiebre

  8. The condition attained when the wetted wick of a wet-bulb thermometer has reached a stable and constant temperature when exposed to moving air in excess of 900 ft (274.3 m) per minute.

  9. 1. the heat of the body or of the surrounding air, measured in degrees  the doctor asked the nurse what the patient’s temperature was.  his temperature was slightly above normal.  the thermometer showed a temperature of 99°f.  to take a patient’s temperature to insert a thermometer in someone’s body to see what his or her body temperature is  they took his temperature every four hours.  when her temperature was taken this morning, it was normal. 2. illness when your body is hotter than normal  he’s in bed with a temperature.  her mother says she’s got a temperature, and can’t come to work. comment: the average body temperature is about 37° celsius or 98° fahrenheit. this temperature may vary during the day, and can rise if a person has taken a hot bath or had a hot drink. if the environmental temperature is high, the body has to sweat to reduce the heat gained from the air around it. if the outside temperature is low, the body shivers, because rapid movement of the muscles generates heat. a fever will cause the body temperature to rise sharply, to 40°c (103°f) or more. hypothermia exists when the body temperature falls below about 35°c (95°f).

  10. Повышение температуры бетона ~ of truss высота фермы jet ~ высота подъёма горизонтальной неизотермической приточной струи, «всплывающей» над приточным отверстием

  11. Температура ~ of adiabatic saturation температура адиабатического насыщения

  12. Normal adult temperature varies among horses, but will usually range in degrees from 99.5°f to 100.5°f.

  13. A measure of the average kinetic energy of a material. the standard unit of temperature is a kelvin, (k). temperature determines the direction of heat flow between any two systems in thermal contact. heat will always flow from the area of higher temperature (t source) to one of lower temperature (t sink). temperature gradient (?t)

  14. A measure of the degree of molecular motion of a material compared to a reference point. temperature is measured in degrees farenheit (melting point of ice = 32 º f, boiling point of water = 212 º f) or degrees celsius (melting point of ice = 0 º c, boiling point of water = 100 º c).

  15. The degree of sensible heat of a body as measured by a thermometer or similar instrument.

  16. Measure of the intensity of particle motion in degrees celsius (°c) or degrees fahrenheit (°f) or, in the absolute scale, kelvin (k), where the increment of 1 k = 1 °c = 1.8 °f.

  17. Temperature of surrounding atmosphere. also called dry bulb temperature. compare standard atmospheric conditions. ampere (a): si unit of electric current. ampere per meter (a·m–1): si derived unit of magnetic field intensity. the measurement 1 a·m–1, for example, describes a current of 1 a flowing through a coil that is 1 m in diameter. compare oersted. ampere turn (at): in magnetic particle testing, unit for expressing the magnetomotive force required for magnetization using a coil in terms of the product of the number of coil turns and the current in amperes flowing through the coil. amplitude, echo: in ultrasonic testing, the vertical height of a received signal on an a-scan, measured from base to peak for a video presentation or from peak to peak for a radio frequency presentation.

  18. Measure of the intensity of particle motion in degrees celsius (°c), degrees fahrenheit (°f) or, in the absolute scale, kelvin (k) or degrees rankine (°r). an increment of 1 k = 1 °c = 1.8 °r = 1.8 °f. compare heat.

Dw rinsing, английский
    Rinsing with demineralized water (conductivity max. 20 us/cm) during pre-treatment

Fine fraction, английский
    Proportion of fine powdergrains (<10um) in the powder coating