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 Übersetzung für 'E modulus' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an E-modulus | E-moduli
materialtech.unit
E-modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]
materialtech.
elastic modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]
materialtech.unit
tensile modulus <E>
Zugmodul {m} <E>
materialtech.unit
tensile modulus <E>
Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>
materialtech.unit
Young's modulus <E>
Young'scher Modul {m} <E>
materialtech.unit
Young's modulus <E>
Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>
materialtech.unit
Young's modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]
3 Wörter
materialtech.unit
modulus of elasticity <E>
Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>
materialtech.unit
modulus of elasticity <E> [less commonly: Y]
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] [Materialkennwert aus der Werkstofftechnik]
Teiltreffer
Error and omission excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE> Irrtum und Auslassung vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
Errors and omissions excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE> Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
errors excepted <E.E., e.e.>Irrtümer vorbehalten
first edition <FE, F/E, 1E, 1/e>Erstausgabe {f} <EA>
comm.
errors and omissions excepted <E. & O. E.>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten
e-fit / E-fit (picture) [after: Electronic Facial Identification Technique] [esp. Br.]digitales Fahndungs­foto {n}
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
mus.
E minor <e, Em>
e-Moll {n} <e, Em>
biochem.
immunoglobulin E <Ig E>
Immunoglobulin E {n} <Ig E>
med.
accidents and emergencies [Br.] <A & E, A&E> [department]
Notaufnahme {f} [Abteilung im Krankenhaus]
mus.
E sharp <E♯>
Eis {n} <E♯> [Ton]
mus.
E major <E>
E-Dur {n} <E>
mus.
E flat <E♭>
Es {n} <E♭> [Ton]
math.
modulus
Betrag {m}
746
math.phys.tech.
modulus
Modul {m}
107
chem.
enantiomeric excess <ee, e.e., EE>
Enantiomerenüberschuss {m} <EÜ>
tech.
flexural modulus
Biegemodul {m}
chem.material
low modulus {adj}
niedermodul
chem.material
high modulus {adj}
hochmodul
geol.materialphys.
deformation modulus
Verformungs­modul {m}
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Übersetzung für 'E modulus' von Englisch nach Deutsch

E-modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]materialtech.unit
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elastic modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]materialtech.
tensile modulus <E>
Zugmodul {m} <E>materialtech.unit

Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>materialtech.unit
Young's modulus <E>
Young'scher Modul {m} <E>materialtech.unit

Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>materialtech.unit

E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]materialtech.unit

modulus of elasticity <E>
Elastizitätsmodul {m} <E>materialtech.unit
modulus of elasticity <E> [less commonly: Y]
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] [Materialkennwert aus der Werkstofftechnik]materialtech.unit

Error and omission excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE>
Irrtum und Auslassung vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
Errors and omissions excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
errors excepted <E.E., e.e.>
Irrtümer vorbehalten
first edition <FE, F/E, 1E, 1/e>
Erstausgabe {f} <EA>
errors and omissions excepted <E. & O. E.>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehaltencomm.
e-fit / E-fit (picture) [after: Electronic Facial Identification Technique] [esp. Br.]
digitales Fahndungs­foto {n}
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
E minor <e, Em>
e-Moll {n} <e, Em>mus.
immunoglobulin E <Ig E>
Immunoglobulin E {n} <Ig E>biochem.
accidents and emergencies [Br.] <A & E, A&E> [department]
Notaufnahme {f} [Abteilung im Krankenhaus]med.
E sharp <E♯>
Eis {n} <E♯> [Ton]mus.
E major <E>
E-Dur {n} <E>mus.
E flat <E♭>
Es {n} <E♭> [Ton]mus.
modulus
Betrag {m}math.

Modul {m}math.phys.tech.
enantiomeric excess <ee, e.e., EE>
Enantiomerenüberschuss {m} <EÜ>chem.
flexural modulus
Biegemodul {m}tech.
low modulus {adj}
niedermodulchem.material
high modulus {adj}
hochmodulchem.material
deformation modulus
Verformungs­modul {m}geol.materialphys.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The interfacial dilational modulus (E) describes how the egg white proteins or surfactants covering the air/water interface are able to resist deformation from stretching or compression.
  • With Diffie–Hellman a cyclic group modulus a prime "p" is used, allowing an efficient computation of the discrete logarithm with Pohlig–Hellman if the order of the group (being "p"−1) is sufficiently smooth, i.e.
  • Young described the characterization of elasticity that came to be known as Young's modulus, denoted as "E", in 1807, and further described it in his "Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the Mechanical Arts".
  • The power spectrum "P" of a random vector "w" can be defined as the expected value of the squared modulus of each coefficient of its Fourier transform "W", that is, "Pi" = E(|"Wi"|2).
  • More specifically, given a modulus "N" of unknown factorization, and a ciphertext "C", it is infeasible to find any pair ("M", "e") such that "C" ≡ "M" "e" mod "N".

  • Steel spiral strand cables have a Young's modulus, "E" of 150±10 kN/mm² (or 150±10 GPa) and come in sizes from 3 to 90 mm diameter.
  • A conclusion from the above is that the buckling load of a column may be increased by changing its material to one with a higher modulus of elasticity (E), or changing the design of the column's cross section so as to increase its moment of inertia.
  • In Rabin's oblivious transfer protocol, the sender generates an RSA public modulus "N"="pq" where "p" and "q" are large prime numbers, and an exponent "e" relatively prime to "λ(N)" = ("p" − 1)("q" − 1).
  • An elastic modulus (also known as modulus of elasticity) is the unit of measurement of an object's or substance's resistance to being deformed elastically (i.e., non-permanently) when a stress is applied to it.
  • The Born criterion is based on a rigidity catastrophe caused by the vanishing elastic shear modulus, i.e.

  • Where σ denotes stress, [...] denotes strain, and E is the elastic modulus, which is material dependent. The elastic modulus is, in effect, a measure of the strength of atomic bonds.
  • that an elliptic curve group could provide the same level of security afforded by an RSA-based system with a large modulus and correspondingly larger key: for example, a 256-bit elliptic curve public key should provide comparable security to a 3072-bit RSA public key.
  • Permanent oscillations occur when a pole has a real part exactly equal to zero (in the continuous time case) or a modulus equal to one (in the discrete time case).
  • ... high-modulus polyethylene and Teflon), used on ski bases, have excellent gliding properties on snow, which in many circumstances diminish the added value of a glide wax.
  • Simultaneously, the shear modulus and the Young's modulus disappear, which implies that the crystal is molten to a fluid phase.

  • ... g. modulus of elasticity) can be predicted given knowledge of the frequencies with which the particles vibrate.
  • In the case of stress shielding, inhomogeneity in the materials can lead to different Young's modulus.
  • To withstand such loads, the codes typically call for a tensile modulus of rupture strength of at least 50 lbf/in2 (0.345 newton/mm2) for the finished block.
  • ... a 97 modulus instead of the 10 modulus, like in IBAN numbers which may also mix letters and digits).
  • Both tests are the best of their kind. For the Dini-Lipschitz test, it is possible to construct a function [...] with its modulus of continuity satisfying the test with [...] instead of [...] , i.e.

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