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Barrel distortion

  1. A distortion in a monitor due to non uniform scanning which causes the image to appear to bulge outward like a barrel.

  2. A common geometric lens distortion causing an acquired image to pucker toward the center and be rounded along the outer edges. see examples of it at andromeda`s lensdoc page.

  3. An optical distortion resulting in the image bowing out of square. barrel distortion is usually associated with less expensive wide-angle lenses and digital cameras, and is most apparent in architectural photographs or images containing lines that run parallel to each other in the horizontal or vertical plane. for more on this subject, see the explora article “optical anomalies and lens corrections explained.”

  4. A common geometric lens distortion causing an aquired image to pucker towards the centre and be rounded along the outer edges.

  5. Бочкообразное искажение

  6. Бочечная или отрицательная дисторсия (дисторсия, связанная с большим увеличением изображения в центре поля, чем у его краев)

Barrel distortion, английский

Бочкообразная дисторсия, русский
    Один из видов аберрации, вызванный тем, что степень увеличения центральной части изображения больше, чем периферийной.

Distorsión en tonel, испанский

Искажение,бочкообразное, русский

Barrel, английский
  1. Liquid measure, equivalent to 42 u.s. gallons (4).

  2. Баррель - единица измерения объема нефти, равная 42 галлонам сша, или 159 литрам;

  3. Бочка емкостью примерно в 40 галлонов

  4. Ствол (оружия); баррель

  5. A unit of liquid volume of petroleum oils equal to 42 u.s. gallons or approximately 35 imperial gallons.

  6. A cylindrical vessel for holding both liquid and dry goods. also, a commercial measure of 31-1/2 gallons.

  7. [1] a cylindrical container, usually bulging at the middle, consisting of wooden staves bound with metal hoops. [2] the tube, forming the main part of a gun, through which shells or bullets are discharged. [3] a volumetric measure (42 u.s. gallons = 35 imp gallons = 159 liters) used in the petroleum and shipping industries.

  8. The cylindrical part of a pump from which the movement of the piston causes a liquid or gas to be forcibly ejected. also, the cylindrical part of a hydraulic jack or of a hydraulic-feed mechanism on a diamond drill.

  9. The drum of a hoist.

  10. Commonly, although incorrectly, used as a syno nym for core barrel. 4. a cylindrical container having a capacity of 55 gallons. also called drum. 5. a crude-petroleum measure of quantity equal to 42 gallons.

  11. The horse’s midsection

  12. Блок цилиндров насоса

  13. Main air pipe through a carburetor. also mixing chamber,

  14. Баррель ( мера емкости), бочка

  15. Баррель bbl, bbls (англ. barrels)

Barrel, английский

Barrel (drum), английский
    A standard container size, depending on context, e.g.: a 400-lb open top container (gear lubes and greases are sold by the pound), a 55-gal liquid container (most liquid lubricants) or a 42-gal charge (standard for crude oils).

Barrel (перфоратора, английский

Barrel arch, английский
    An arch formed of a curved solid plate or slab, as contrasted with one formed with individual curved members or ribs. barrel bolt, tower bolt a door bolt which moves in a cylindrical casing; not driven by a key.

Barrel bolt, английский
    The common kind of door bolt having a round shoot running in a long continuous guide or strap attached by the backplate, the shoot being provided with a knob or the equivalent for operation by hand.

Barrel bolt., английский

Barrel button, английский
  1. Кнопка пера

  2. A button on some tablet pens. you can use it to perform certain actions, including a mouse right-click equivalent.

Barrel ceiling, английский
    A ceiling of semicylindrical shape.

Barrel chair, английский
  1. Кресло-бочонок с полукруглой спинкой, составляющей единое целое с подлокотниками

  2. Semi-circular or barrel shaped low back chair.

  3. Also known as a tub chair, a barrel chair has a round upholstered seat, and arms forming a continuous line with the backrest.

Barrel chest, английский
    A chest formed like a barrel, caused by asthma or emphysema barrier cream 38

Barrel cleaning, английский

Barrel connector, английский
    Цилиндрический соединитель; соединитель "гнездо-гнездо"

Barrel copper, английский

Barrel cranking motor, английский
    Starter or cranking motor for engines with small flywheels, the pinion being attached to a barrel to increase inertia.

Barrel distortion, английский

Barrel drain, английский
    Any drain which is cylindrical in shape.

Barrel extension, английский

Barrel finishing, английский

Barrel fitting, английский
    A short length of threaded connecting pipe, as a nipple. barreling, tumbling the application of paint to small articles by tumbling them in a barrel containing paint.

Distortion, английский
  1. A drying defect caused by the differential shrinkage along the three axes of a piece of wood. distortion may take the form of cup, bow, twist, spring or diamonding.

  2. Искажение, дисторсия

  3. The deviation of the received signal waveform from that of the original transmitted waveform.

  4. Nonproportional representation of an original.

  5. Искажение (формы); коробление

  6. Нарушение достоверности информации, см. bias; error, deviation, misreporting запасы (сырья и материалов), см. stocks with industrial consumers; reserves for manufacturing purposes al consumers; reserves for manufacturing purposes 61,. distributed stocks (of raw materials) — производственные запасы (сырья и материалов), см. stocks with industrial consumers; reserves for manufacturing purposes.

  7. An undesired change in wave form of a signal in the course of its passage through a transmission system.

  8. An off-axis lens aberration that changes the geometric shape of the image due to a variation of focal length as a function of field angle.

  9. Any changing of line, form, or even light by photographic materials, such as lenses, films, or filters. though most designers do all they can to eliminate distortion from lenses, most photographers take the "if you can`t beat `em, join `em" approach and exploit it wherever they find it; they use distortion as part of their visual expression.

  10. An aberration which occurs as light rays move from the center of the lens toward the periphery. as rays approach the edge, the lens’s increasing magnification causes a distorting of the image.

  11. The act of twisting part of the body out of its usual shape

  12. Искажение

  13. N псхл. искажение

  14. Расхождение; несовпадение; искажение; искривление

  15. An intentional desired, or unintentional unwanted, change in the audio waveform, causing a raspy or edgy sound quality.

  16. Changing incoming information in some way.

Associated, английский
  1. Соответствующий; связанный; присоединенный

  2. Experiencing through your own senses (seeing through your own eyes, hearing with your own ears, feeling with your own feelings.)

Architectural, английский

Containing, английский

Horizontal, английский
  1. Горизонталь; горизонтальный

  2. Горизонталь; горизонтальный 287

  3. At right angles to the direction of gravity; on the level; parallel to the horizon; neither vertical nor inclined.

  4. A direction parallel to the horizon, or what is commonly termed lying flat. one of the greatest inconveniences navigators have to struggle with is the frequent want of a distinct sight of the horizon. to obviate this a horizontal spinning speculum was adopted by mr. lerson, who was lost in the victory man-of-war, in which ship he was sent out to make trial of his instrument. this was afterwards improved by smeaton, and consists of a well-polished metal speculum about 3-1/2 inches in diameter, inclosed within a circular rim of brass, so fitted that the centre of gravity of the whole shall fall near the point on which it spins. this is the end of a steel axis running through the centre of the speculum, above which it finishes in a square for the convenience of fitting a

Corrections, английский
  1. Reductions of observations of the sun, moon, or stars.

  2. A set of features that enables users to improve the quality of their images with just one or two clicks. galleries help the user optimize characteristics such as brightness, contrast, color, and sharpness.

Baud, английский
  1. Data transfer rate, named after maurice emile baud, equal to 1bit per second.

  2. A unit used in describing the rate of character transmission and equal to approximately one bit per second.

  3. Единица измерения, выражающая число изменений состояния канала связи в секунду (для модема

  4. Бод

  5. Бод. скорость передачи данных бит/сек.

  6. Data rate, named after maurice emile baud, which generally is equal to 1 bit/s. baud is

  7. A unit of digital transmission signaling speed derived from the duration of the shortest code element. speed in bauds is the number of code elements per second. 300 is low, 2400 and 9600 are much faster and common for transmitting data by computer.

  8. Data rate, named after maurice emile , which generally is equal to 1 bit/s. is equivalent to bits per second in cases where each signal event represents exactly 1 bit. typically, the baud settings of two devices must match if the devices are to communicate with one another.

  9. The number of signal-level transitions per second in a digital data. for some common coding schemes, this equals bits per second, but this is not true for more complex coding. bits per second is less ambiguous. a unit of signaling speed equal to the number of signal symbols per second, which may or may not be equal to the data rate in bits per second.

Bandwidth, английский
  1. The frequency range required to carry an electronic signal without attenuation or loss.

  2. Полоса частот, пропускная способность. количественное выражение способности канала передавать информацию. для аналоговых каналов

  3. Диапазон частот сигналов, пропускаемых каналом связи. определяется как разность между самой высокой и самой низкой частотами. измеряется в герцах (гц). если канал используется для передачи цифровых данных, его пропускная способность часто выражается число

  4. Ширина полосы, полоса

  5. Разность между максимальной и минимальной частотой в заданном диапазоне. измеряется в гц

  6. The number of cycles per second (hertz) expressing the difference between the lower and upper limiting frequencies of a frequency band; also, the width of a band of frequencies.

  7. Bandwidth is defined as either channel capacity or maximum throughput on your network.

  8. The complete range of frequencies over which a circuit or electronic system can

  9. Ширина полосы (частот)

  10. Determines the rate at which information can be transmitted across that a medium. the rates are measured in bits (bps), kilobits (kbps), megabits (mbps), or gigabits per second (gbps). typical transmission services are 64 kbps, 1.544 mbps (t1), and 45 mbps (t3). the space between the top and bottom limit of airwave frequencies that are transmitted over a communications channel. the maximum frequency (range), measured in hertz, between the two limiting frequencies of a transmission channel; the range of frequencies that can be carried by a transmission medium without undue distortion. narrowband uses lower frequency signals such as telephone frequencies of about 3,000 hertz and radio subcarrier signals of about 15,000 hertz. broadband uses a wide range of frequencies (broadcast and cable tv, microwave and satellite; carries a great deal of information in a short time; more expensive to use. c band is in the 4 to 6 giga-hertz (ghz) ku band is 12 and 14 ghz .14.0 and 14.5 ghz are used to uplink; 11.7 and 12.2 ghz are used to downlink. a receiver with dual band capability can receive c and ku band signals.

  11. The complete range of frequencies over which a circuit or electronic system can function with minimal signal loss, usually measured to the point of less than 3 db. in pal systems the bandwidth limits the maximum visible frequency to 5.5 mhz, in ntsc to 4.2 mhz. the itu 601 luminance channel sampling frequency of 13.5 mhz was chosen to permit faithful digital representation of the pal and ntsc luminance bandwidths without aliasing.

  12. A measure of the maximum frequency by which light intensity can be modulated before the signal experiences 3 db of excess attenuation. the difference between the highest and the lowest frequencies of a transmission channel or path; identifies the amount of data that can be sent through a given channel. the greater the bandwidth, the greater the information carrying capacity. multimode fiber bandwidth is expressed in megahertz per kilometer (mhz-km)

  13. The range of wavelengths over which an optical system is designed to function.

  14. The width of some frequency or wavelength range

  15. The highest frequency that can be transmitted by an analog system.. also, the information-carrying capacity of a system (especially for digital systems). the range of frequencies within which a fiber optic waveguide or terminal device can transmit data or information.

  16. Ширина полосы частот

  17. A measure of total amount of data transferred over a period of time, often used to measure how busy a website is. a- webhostwill usually base its charges on the bandwidth a website uses, ie how much data per month is requested- from it.

  18. In analog communications, the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies in a specific range. for example, an analog telephone line accommodates a bandwidth of 3,000 hertz (hz), the difference between the lowest (300 hz) and highest (3,300 hz)

  19. The data transfer capacity, or speed of transmission, of a digital communications system as measured in bits per second (bps).

  20. Refers to the volume of information that can be transmitted or processed. it is usually measured in bits or bytes per time unit like its per second". 1

  21. Пропускная способность, т.е. объем информации, который может пройти через систему в единицу времени. применительно к подсистеме памяти

  22. The capacity of a telecommunications line to carry signals.

  23. Полоса пропускания. полный диапазон частот функционирования схемы или электронной системы с минимальными потерями сигнала, обычно измеряемый по уровню 3 дб. в pal-системах максимальная частота полосы пропускания составляет 5,5 мгц, в ntsc

  24. The range of a band of different frequencies; the number of hertz between the maximum frequency of the range and the minimum frequency of the range, usually measured between points of equal and stated amplitude levels.

  25. Difference between the cutoff frequencies of a bandpass filter.

  26. Разница между частотами среза полосового фильтра.