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Background aerosol

Глоссарий терминов по охране окружающей среды (англо-русский)


    Фоновый аэрозоль, русский



    Aerosol, шведский

    Aerosol, английский
    1. Tiny particles of a liquid such as a drug or disinfectant suspended in a gas under pressure in a container and used as a spray

    2. Аэрозоль

    3. Аэрозоль. суспензия в газовой среде твердых или жидких частиц или твердых и жидких частиц, имеющих крайне низкую скорость осаждения (предварительный стандарт мос, 8). твердые частицы дают «аэрозоль твердых частиц» (а не «твердый аэрозоль»), жидкие частицы — «аэрозоль, жидких частиц» (а не «жидкий аэрозоль»). размер частиц, аэрозолей часто превышает нормальные размеры коллоидных частиц, которые колеблются от 1 нм до 1 мкм. ` after-burner — форсажная камера (камера для догорания: топлива). камера сгорания, в которой происходит полное сжигание, (догорание) любого дыма, окиси углерода;, или.

    4. A suspension of fine particles (0.01-10 microns) of a solid or liquid in a gas.

    5. A collection of airborne solid or liquid particles, with a typical size between 0.01 and 10 micrometers (µm) and residing in the atmosphere for at least several hours. aerosols may be of either natural or anthropogenic (human) origin.


    Aerosol contai ner, английский

    Aerosol deposition, английский

    Aerosol paints, английский
      Paints which are packaged in a pressurized container for spray application. pressure is supplied by compressed liquefied gas.


    Aerosol polarimetry sensor, английский

    Aerosol spray pyrolysis, английский

    Aerosola, английский

    Aerosolarium, французский

    Aerosoli, финский

    Aerosolihoito, финский

    Aerosolized microorganisms, pi, английский
      Аэрозолизованные микроорганизмы (микроорганизмы, находящиеся в воздухе с мельчайшими капельками воды)


    Aerosolotherapia, английский

    Aerosols, английский
      A collection of airborne solid or liquid particles, typically between . and ?m in size and residing in the atmosphere for at least several hours. aerosols may be of natural or anthropogenic origin. see also black carbon.


    Background, английский
    1. Фон

    2. The surface area against which the pattern is contrasted. the surface area of

    3. The portion of a scene that sits behind the main, foreground subject. the background can be made sharp or unsharp through the use of selective focusing techniques and depth of field manipulation.

    4. A фоновый; внеязыко- вой knowledge

    5. Sound or noise that interferes with radio or sonar reception.

    6. Фон, задний план о ~ for

    7. A page that you can assign to another page to create multiple layers in a drawing.

    8. In a graphical user interface such as windows, a pattern or picture in the screen background that can be chosen by the user.

    9. The area on a card that allows a user to make the card’s image a background when clicked on.

    10. The area that appears behind the tiles on the start screen.

    11. The color or image that appears behind the content of a visual element, for example, behind the text that is displayed in a textbox control or on your graphical user interface.

    12. The image that appears in the conversation window.

    13. The picture that appears in the photos hub.

    14. Formations on or signals from a test object that constitute the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. background signals may arise from visual, acoustic, chemical, electrical, or radiation sources that the sensor responds to. see also sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio.

    15. Formations on or signals from a test object that constitutes the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. background signals may arise from visual, acoustic, chemical, electrical or radiation sources that the sensor responds to. see also neural acuity; sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio.

    16. Formations on, or signals from, a test object that constitute the background to a discontinuity. the higher the level of background noise, the more difficult it is to distinguish a discontinuity. see also background fluorescence; neural acuity; sensitivity; signal-to-noise ratio. glossary b 491

    17. In magnetic particle testing, the appearance or brightness of the surrounding area acting to reduce the contrast of an indication. (2) nonrelevant signal that tends to interfere with the normal reception or interpretation of the target being sought.


    Background, английский

    Background, английский

    Background (adj), английский
      In the context of processes or tasks that are part of an operating system or program, operating without interaction with the user while the user is working on another task.


    Background (pt, mt), английский
      The surface of the test part upon which the indication is viewed. it may be the natural surface of the test part, or it may be the developer coating on the surface. this background may contain traces of unremoved penetrant, fluorescent or visible, which if present, can interfere with the visibility of the indication.


    Background agent, английский
      A multitasking feature that allows for running code periodically in the background.


    Фоновый аэрозоль, русский

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