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Color abrasion

Глоссарий терминов в легкой промышленности и текстиле
    Color changes in localized areas of a garment resulting from differential wear.


Frosting, английский
    Color abrasion




Abrase, to, английский
    To dubb or smooth planks.


Abraser, английский

Abrasif, французский

Abrasion, английский
  1. A general wearing away of a surface by constant scratching, usually due to the presence of foreign matter such as dirt, grit, or metallic particles in the lubricant. it may also cause a break down of the material (such as the tooth surfaces of gears). lack of proper lubrication may result in abrasion.

  2. Abrasión

  3. A surface discontinuity caused by roughening or scratching.

  4. A condition in which the surface of the skin has been rubbed off by a rough surface and bleeds comment: as the intact skin is an efficient barrier to bacteria, even minor abrasions can allow infection to enter the body and thus should be cleaned and treated with an antiseptic.

  5. The rubbing off or wearing away of the parts of a rock, or of the soil, by the impinging and friction of other bodies.

  6. A small scratch on a diamond’s surface.

  7. Scrape.


Abrasion, французский

Abrasion eolienne, французский

Abrasion hardness, английский
    Hardness expressed in quantitative terms or numbers indicating the degree to which a substance resists being worn away by frictional contact with an abrasive material, such as silica or carborundum grits. also called abrasion resistance, wear resistance. compare scratch hardness.


Abrasion index, английский

Abrasion mark, английский
    An area where a fabric has been damaged by friction.


Abrasion marks, английский

Abrasion resistance, английский
  1. The ability of a surface to resist being worn away or to maintain its original appearance when rubbed with another object.

  2. Износостойкость

  3. The powder coating is not scratched due to mechani­cal stress (by cardboard, paper, etc.)

  4. The ability of a fiber or fabric to withstand surface wear and rubbing.

  5. Ability of a fiber, yarn, or fabric to maintain physical properties or appearance despite surface friction. act performance guidelines: in order to make fabric specification easier, act member companies adopted a body of popular tests that measure important performance criteria (abrasion, flame resistance, wet and dry crocking, etc.) for fabrics in the contract interiors market. www.contracttextiles.org american association of textile chemists and colorists (aatcc): the world’s largest society devoted to the advancement of textile chemists, particularly in textile wet processing. www.aatcc.org


Abrasion resistance index, английский
    A measure of the abrasion resistance of a vulcanized material or synthetic rubber compound relative to that of a standard rubber compound under specified conditions.


Abrasion soldering, английский

Abrasion-resistant, английский

Abrasione, итальянский

Abrasiones, испанский

Abrasions, английский
    Abrasiones


Abrasive, английский
  1. Абразив; абразивный

  2. A material such as silicon carbide, aluminum oxide, silica, cerium oxide, emery or rouge that is used to figure, shape, or finish optical elements. abrasives differ from polishing materials mainly in particle size.

  3. A substance used in friction process, such as grinding or polishing.

  4. A hard substance for removing material by grinding, lapping, honing, and polishing. common abrasives include silicon carbide, boron carbide, diamond, emery, garnet, quartz, tripoli, pumice, diatomite, metal shot, grit, and various sands; usually adhered to paper or cloth.

  5. A hard substance having the ability to grind away the surface of a material against which it is rubbed, as the quartz fragments produced by the cutting action of a diamond bit in drilling a borehole in a siliceous rock abrade bit matrices and drill-string equipment.


Abrasive belt, английский

Abrasive blasting, английский

Abrasive blasting respirator, английский

Differential, английский
  1. Дифференциал; разность; перепад; дифференциальный

  2. Разность; перепад (давлений)

  3. N дифференциал semantic ~ псхлнгв. семантический диффе- ренциал5 differentiated a дифференцированный; over-~ сверхдифференцированный 1 один из возможных способов синтаксической реализации семантиче- ских актантов предиката. 2 словарь языка писателя, философа или общественного деятеля; до 1990-х гг. в отеч. лит. бытовал термин «писательский словарь». 3 словарь с указанием норм произношения. 4 англ. термином reverse dictionary (rd) и русским обратный словарь называются разные вещи. в rd реализуется принцип «от значения к слову», поэтому rd скорее являются словарями ассоциаций, нежели обратными словарями, где слова расположены в обратном (инверси- онном) порядке. 5 метод качественно-количественного индексирования значения слова с помощью двухполюсных шкал, на каждой из которых имеется града- ция с парой антонимических прилагательных.

  4. Разница в оплате труда квалифицированных и неквалифицированных рабочих одной отрасли или рабочих разных отраслей промышленности

  5. System of gears capable of dividing the input torque of one shaft between two output shafts where rotation at different speeds is ukely to occur, as in cornering. used as the final drive of vehicles with two or more driven wheels. see also crown wheel

  6. A system of gears that allows the outside driven wheel to rotate faster than the inside driven wheel when turning a corner. conventional “open” differentials direct engine power to the wheel with the least traction, which can be a problem on slippery surfaces. to combat this, some vehicles are equipped with “limited-slip” differentials that ensure some power is always delivered to both driven wheels.

  7. Difference in value between two comparable items

  8. Difference in value between two comparable items change in value of one item compared to another (for example, a “cost-of-living differential” is the difference between the price of goods bought in the home country compared to the price of similar goods in the host country)


Homespun, английский
  1. Course plain-weave fabric of uneven yarns that have a handspun appearance.

  2. Coarse plain-weave fabric of uneven yarns that have a handspun appearance.


Monofilament, английский
  1. Any single filament of a manufactured fiber, usually of a denier higher than 14. rather than a group of filaments being extruded through spinnerets to form a yarn, monofilaments generally are spun individually.

  2. One strand of extruded continuous filament of a man-made fiber.

  3. Одна прядь экструдированной непрерывной нити из искусственного волокна.

  4. Any single filament of a manufactured fiber, usually of a denier higher than 14. instead of a group of filaments being extruded through a spinneret to form a yarn, monofilaments generally are spun individually. monofilaments can be used for textiles such as hosiery or sewing thread or for nontextile uses such as bristles, papermaker’s felts, fishing lines, etc.

  5. A single, untwisted, synthetic filament.

  6. Одинарная нескрученная синтетическая нить.

  7. Single-strand, non-twisted, synthetic filament fishing line. features a good amount of stretch, but not as strong as braided line.