entrainment
noun see entrain I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Entrainment — may refer to:* Air entrainment, the intentional creation of tiny air bubbles in concrete * Brainwave entrainment, the practice of entraining one s brainwaves to a desired frequency * Entrainment (biomusicology), the synchronization of organisms… …   Wikipedia

  • Entrainment — bezeichnet: in der Physik den Effekt, der der Synchronisation zugrunde liegt. Injection Locking in der Verfahrenstechnik das Mitreißen von Flüssigkeitstropfen auf den nächsthöheren Kolonnenboden in der Meteorologie das Miteinbeziehen von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Entrainment —   [ɪn treɪnmənt, englisch] das, s, Meereskunde: Turbulenz …   Universal-Lexikon

  • entrainment — vilkimas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. dragging; entrainment; pulling vok. Mitbewegung, f; Mitführung, f; Ziehen, n rus. затягивание, n; увлечение, n; унесение, n pranc. entraînement, m …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • entrainment — 1) the incidental trapping of fish in intake water used for cooling electrical power plants, in waters being diverted for irrigation, or in any artificial construction 2) the synchronisation of one biological rhythm to another …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • entrainment — See entrainer. * * * …   Universalium

  • entrainment — noun a) Any of several processes in which a solid or liquid is put into motion by a fluid. b) The carrying away of droplets of liquid during violent boiling …   Wiktionary

  • entrainment —   the taking up of river sediment into transport …   Geography glossary

  • entrainment — en·train·ment (en trānґmənt) 1. a technique for identifying the slowest pacing necessary to terminate an arrhythmia, particularly atrial flutter; as the pacing rate is slowly increased incrementally, the electrocardiographic appearance… …   Medical dictionary

  • entrainment — en·train·ment …   English syllables

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