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Boyau de mine

Глоссарий терминов в деревянном строительстве

    Просек, русский
    1. Вспомогательная горизонтальная подземная горная выработка, проводимая в толще полезного ископаемого и предназначенная для проветривания или для соединен

    2. Вспомогательная подземная горная выработка, проводимая в толще полезного ископаемого для проветривания или для соединения соседних выработок

    Сбойка, русский
      Соединение двух подземных горных выработок при проходке их встречными или догоняющими забоями

    Boyaux, английский
      The zig-zags or tortuous trenches in the approach of a besieger.

    Mine, английский
    1. Покупаю.

    2. A self-contained explosive device intended to damage or sink surface ships or submarines, designed to be placed in water and left to wait until they are triggered by the approach of, or contact with, a surface ship or submarines.

    3. A passage made under ground, with a chamber at the end, under the place intended to be blown up; it is entered by the shaft, which leads through the gallery to the chamber.

    Mine, английский

    Mine, французский

    Mine (esp.iron ore) 61, английский

    Mine (naval), английский
      An explosive device in a watertight container, floating on, or moored below the surface of the water, or lying on the sea bed. designed to detonate when a hostile vessel strikes it, generates a pressure wave, or exerts acoustic or magnetic influence on it. mines can be deployed [1] offensively, to divert or destroy hostile shipping. [2] strategically, to lock enemy ships in harbor. [3] defensively, to protect friendly ports or routes, or [4] psychologically, to inhibit enemy use of trade routes. the first recorded mention of naval mining was by 14th century chinese artillery officer jiao yu, whose early examples consisted of explosives enclosed in putty-sealed wooden boxes, equipped with time fuses, or rip cords pulled by a concealed ambusher. an american, david bushnell invented the first practical western mine for use against the british during the war of independence. it was a watertight keg filled with gunpowder that was floated toward the enemy and detonated by a percussion lock if it struck a ship. (see also anti-sweep mine, ascending mine, bottom mine, contact mine, limpet mine, magnetic mine, rocket mine, and torpedo mine.) mine clearance & disposal: the processes of detecting and destroying, removing, or neutralizing explosive marine mines.

    Mine antipersonnel, французский

    Mine car handling system, английский

    Mine cooling load, английский
      Количество тепла, которое необходимо удалять с воздухом из шахты

    Mine countermeasures, английский
      Any method used to reduce or prevent damage or danger from naval mines.

    Mine countermeasures ship, английский
      A vessel carrying high-technology sonar and video systems, cable cutters and mine detonating devices that can be released and activated by remote control. it is also capable of conventional minesweeping. a hull of fiberglass sheathed wood to reduces or eliminates the hazards posed by magnetic mines.

    Mine countermeasures support ship, английский
      A converted amphibious assault ship that provides alongside services and command and control for up to four mine countermeasures ships. it has enhanced c4i capabilities, upgraded close-in weapon systems, various radars, and an embarked helicopter squadron. it provides repair facilities for weapons, aircraft, etc., and can accommodate four explosive ordnance disposal groups with their equipment. mine damage:mines harm ships in three different ways. the injury inflicted depends on the distance of the hull from the detonation and, surprisingly, damage initially tends to increase with distance until the range becomes too great and it falls rapidly to zero. • contact damage: when a mine explodes close beside the hull, it blows a hole that floods one or more compartments. pieces of casing or hull may wound some of the crew, but the ship will possibly stay afloat. • bubble jet impact: if the mine detonates a small distance from the ship, it creates an expanding cavitation bubble with walls that move faster than the speed of sound in water, striking the hull and tear- 203 mine ing plates apart. when this initial force has expended itself, the bubble collapses and then re-expands, creating a “shaped water-jet” that blasts in through the original hole and breaches the next bulkhead in line. such heavy damage almost certainly sinks the ship and may break it apart. • shaking injury: if the mine detonates a little further from the ship, the change in water pressure causes the hull to resonate, shaking the entire vessel, ripping engines from their beds, and loosening hundreds, perhaps thousands, of rivets. with a myriad of tiny leaks and no power for the pumps, this can often be the most damaging outcome of all.

    Mine cut, английский
      Sometimes called an "old mine cut" diamond, round to rectangular shaped, with a small table, a high crown, and a large culet.

    Mine de bouchon, французский

    Mine dust, английский

    Mine d`abattage, французский

    Mine expansion, английский

    Mine gas, английский
      Рудничный газ

    Mine planning engineer, английский

    Mine reclamation, английский
      Рекультивация горных выработок

    Branche d`eau, французский

    Box d`hopital, французский