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17:00 Nov 10, 2008
English to Turkish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Nuclear Eng/Sci
Additional field(s): Physics
English term or phrase: spallation
Definition from European Nuclear Society:
Nuclear conversion during which an energy-rich bombardment particle knocks out numerous individual particles (protons, neutrons) from the target nucleus. Observed initially as an effect of cosmic radiation.

Example sentence(s):
  • There are many distinct methods of producing sufficiently strong neutron beams for science. Because of their flux (see below), that is higher by several orders of magnitude, nuclear reactors and spallation sources are nowadays preferred to radioisotope, photon or accelerator sources. AUSTRON
  • Finally, the pulsed proton beam will be directed onto a liquid mercury target, where 60-Hz pulses of neutrons will be created through spallation reactions of the protons with the mercury nuclei. Spallation Neutron Source
  • With the world's highest flux reactor-based neutron source (the High Flux Isotope Reactor) and the world's most intense pulsed accelerator-based neutron source (the Spallation Neutron Source), ORNL provides neutron scattering capabilities unavailable anywhere else in the world. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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5spallasyon
Ali Tuna
5Parçalanma
A. Sercan


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Parçalanma


Definition from own experience or research:
Spallation, bombardıman edilmiş bir çekirdeğin birçok parçacığa ayrıldığı bir nükleer reaksiyondur.

Example sentence(s):
  • Bazı gökbilimciler güneş sisteminin, güneş çok genç bir yıldız iken spallation sonucu oluştuğuna inanmaktadır. - Nükleer Teknoloji:  
A. Sercan
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spallasyon


Definition from own experience or research:
Spallasyon, yüksek enerjili parçacık bombardımanı sonucunda proton ve nötron gibi atom-altı parçacıkların hedef atomun çekirdeğinden ayrıldığı nükleer reaksiyondur.

Example sentence(s):
  • BAZI TIBBİ RADYOİZOTOPLAR VE SPALLASYON NÖTRON KAYNAKLARINDA KULLANILAN HEDEF ÇEKİRDEKLER İÇİN PROTON SİKLOTRON ÜRETİM TESİR KESİTLERİNİN YENİ HESAPLAMALARI - Scientific Journal  
  • Spallasyon sonrası çeşitli uyarılma fonksiyonları ve oluşan elementlerin izotopik üretim tesir kesitleri hesaplandı. - Scientific Research Paper Abstract  

Explanation:
Her ne kadar Türkçe kelimelerle bu tanım karşılanabilse de, bence İngilizce terimlere Türkçe karşılık bulmaya çalışırken aslolan akademik birimlerin, yani üniversite ve araştırma enstitülerinin, kullandığı terimleri kulllanmak olmalıdır
Ali Tuna
United States
Local time: 05:13
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in TurkishTurkish
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