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 Übersetzung für 'dynamic effect' von Englisch nach Deutsch
phys.
dynamic effect
Kraftwirkung {f}
Teiltreffer
MedTech.
blood oxygenation level dependent effect <BOLD effect>
BOLD-Effekt {m}
optics
linear electro-optic effect <LEO effect>
linearer elektrooptischer Effekt {m}
astron.
Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect <SZ effect>
Sunjajew-Seldowitsch-Effekt {m}
optics
quadratic electro-optic effect <QEO effect>
quadratischer elektrooptischer Effekt {m}
electr.
colossal magnetoresistance effect <CMR effect>
kolossaler magnetoresistiver Effekt {m}
electr.
colossal magnetoresistance effect <CMR effect>
CMR-Effekt {m}
electr.
giant magnetoresistance effect <GMR effect>
GMR-Effekt {m}
electr.
tunnel magnetoresistance effect <TMR effect>
Tunnelmagnetowiderstandseffekt {m} <TMR-Effekt> [auch: Tunnelmagnetwiderstandseffekt]
chem.
electromeric effect <M effect>
mesomerer Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
resonance effect <M effect>
Mesomerie-Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
mesomeric effect <M effect>
mesomerer Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
alpha effect <α-effect>
Alpha-Effekt {m} <α-Effekt>
chem.phys.
induction effect <I-effect>
Induktionswirkung {f}
chem.
resonance effect <M effect>
Mesomerieeffekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
mesomeric effect <M effect>
Mesomerie-Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
mesomeric effect <M effect>
Mesomerieeffekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
resonance effect <M effect>
mesomerer Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
electromeric effect <M effect>
Mesomerie-Effekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.
electromeric effect <M effect>
Mesomerieeffekt {m} <M-Effekt>
chem.phys.
induction effect <I effect>
Induktionseffekt {m} <I-Effekt>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • These lighting features consist of sculptured forms of edge-lit acrylic through which computer controlled sequences of coloured LED lights are sequenced, creating the dynamic effect of a butterfly fluttering through the artwork.
  • In particular, computational models can be used to predict the dynamic effect of lesions in the connectome.
  • He strived for a dynamic effect in his work by placing dramatic and contorted tree trunks in the foreground and using stark light–dark effects.
  • Rather than assuming a static portfolio over a fixed time horizon, some risk measures incorporate the dynamic effect of expected trading (such as a stop loss order) and consider the expected holding period of positions.
  • This is a simple decay model, because it captures only the dynamic effect of advertising, not the diminishing returns effect.

  • The Celtic music of the United Kingdom has had a dynamic effect upon American music.
  • In the context of the plume hypothesis, this has been explained by the dynamic effect of the upwelling plume which bulges up the surface of the Earth.
  • Uhde's handling of the subject and his use of color had a dynamic effect on Perry's work.
  • The so-called Dynamic Effect Intake featured a two-level intake box which derived a supercharger-like effect from the Helmholtz resonance of the opening and closing intake ports.
  • – altogether allowing him to give a dynamic effect to all the spaces shown.

  • The pillars between the wide spans of the arcade supporting the triforium were meant to maximize the dynamic effect of the church.
  • The styling of each shot provides a dynamic effect on the visuals in the film.
  • The black contours contribute a dynamic effect to the two-dimensional work.
  • The smoother drive of the geared motor, and its multiple cylinders, reduced the dynamic effect of individual cylinder strokes.
  • From another angle (displayed), the left arm isolates the upper body from the lower, generating a characteristically dynamic effect that is taught to art students as creating, mannerism.

  • He designed both the interior of the library itself and its vestibule, a building utilising architectural forms with such dynamic effect that it is seen as the forerunner of Baroque architecture.
  • Figure 1 shows a sequence of speckle patterns in a corn seed in the start of its germination process where the dynamic effect is higher in the areas where the scattering centers are expected to be more active as is the case of the embryo and in a break in the endosperm region of the seed.
  • The oboes double the strings or rest, for more dynamic effect.
  • For example, in the neoclassical growth model, starting from one dynamic equilibrium based in part on one particular saving rate, a permanent increase in the saving rate leads to a new dynamic equilibrium in which there are permanently higher capital per worker and productivity per worker, but an unchanged growth rate of output; so it is said that in this model the comparative dynamic effect of the saving rate on capital per worker is positive but the comparative dynamic effect of the saving rate on the output growth rate is zero.
  • There have been three big internationally important waves of Danish cinema: erotic melodrama of the silent era; the increasingly explicit sex films of the 1960s and 1970s; and lastly, the Dogme 95 movement of the late 1990s, where directors often used hand-held cameras to dynamic effect in a conscious reaction against big-budget studios.

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