Ejection

  • 41 Ejection de masse coronale — Éjection de masse coronale Pour les articles homonymes, voir CME. Une éjection de masse coronale, souvent appelée CME (Coronal Mass Ejection en anglais), est une bulle de plasma produite dans la couronne du soleil. Elle est souvent liée à une… …

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  • 42 Éjection solaire — ● Éjection solaire projection brutale dans l atmosphère du Soleil de la matière sous jacente, provoquée par des modifications rapides des champs magnétiques locaux …

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  • 43 ejection seat — (also ejector seat) ► NOUN ▪ an aircraft seat that can propel its occupant from the craft in an emergency …

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  • 44 ejection seat — n. a seat designed to be ejected with its occupant from an aircraft in an emergency and parachuted to the ground …

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  • 45 Ejection seat — In aircraft, an ejection seat is a system designed to rescue the pilot or other crew of an aircraft (usually military) in an emergency. In most designs, the seat is propelled out of the aircraft by an explosive charge or rocket motor, carrying… …

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  • 46 Ejection fraction — In cardiovascular physiology, ejection fraction (Ef) is the fraction of blood pumped out of a ventricle with each heart beat. The term ejection fraction applies to both the right and left ventricles; one can speak equally of the left ventricular… …

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  • 47 Ejection (sports) — In sports, an ejection (or dismissal or sending off) is a disqualifying action assessed to a player or coach by a game official (such as a referee or umpire), usually for unsportsmanlike conduct.Many ejections occur for such actions as fighting… …

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  • 48 Éjection de masse coronale — Pour les articles homonymes, voir CME. Une éjection de masse coronale (en anglais, coronal mass ejection : CME) est une bulle de plasma produite dans la couronne solaire. Elle est souvent liée à une éruption solaire ou à l apparition d une… …

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  • 49 Ejection fraction — The portion of blood that is pumped out of a filled ventricle as a result of a heartbeat. The heart does not eject all of the blood that is in the ventricle. Only about two thirds of the blood is normally pumped out with each beat. That fraction… …

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  • 50 ejection period — the second phase of ventricular systole, being the period intervening between the opening and closing of the semilunar valves, during which the blood is being discharged into the aortic and pulmonary arteries. It can be divided into an initial… …

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  • 51 ejection murmur — a type of systolic murmur occurring predominantly in midsystole, at the time of maximal ejection volume and blood flow velocity, such as that heard in aortic or pulmonary stenosis; it is due to ejection of blood into the root of the aorta or… …

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  • 52 ejection systems — katapultavimo sistemos statusas T sritis Gynyba atitikmenys: angl. ejection systems pranc. systèmes d’éjection ryšiai: siauresnis terminas – nuoseklioji katapultavimo sistema siauresnis terminas – savarankiškoji katapultavimo sistema siauresnis… …

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  • 53 ejection sounds — high pitched clicking sounds occurring shortly after the first heart sound, at the time of maximal opening of the semilunar valves; seen in patients with abnormalities of these valves or dilatations of the aortic or pulmonary arteries. The sounds …

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  • 54 ejection seat — Synonyms and related words: Mae West, bolt hole, breeches buoy, buoy, cork jacket, ejection capsule, ejector seat, emergency exit, escape hatch, fire escape, inflatable slide, life belt, life buoy, life jacket, life net, life preserver, life raft …

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  • 55 ejection port —    An opening in the receiver to allow ejection …

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  • 56 ejection angle — The angle at which the ejection seat leaves an aircraft. This angle is measured in relation to the longitudinal axis of the aircraft …

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  • 57 ejection capsule — A detachable compartment in an aircraft serving as a cockpit or cabin, which may be ejected as a unit and parachuted to the ground. Ejection capsules are not very common but are meant for use in aircraft that operate at very high speeds and/or… …

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  • 58 ejection velocity — ištekėjimo greitis statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Greitis, kuriuo dujos arba skystis išteka iš čiaupo arba kitos angos. atitikmenys: angl. ejection velocity vok. Ausflussgeschwindigkeit, f rus. скорость вытекания, f;… …

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  • 59 ejection charge — išmetamasis užtaisas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Parakas padegamajame, šviečiamajame, agitaciniame sviedinyje arba minoje. Sprogsta sviediniui ar minai esant tam tikrame trajektorijos taške ir išmeta padegamąjį mišinį, šviečiamosios… …

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  • 60 ejection velocity — ištekėjimo greitis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. ejection velocity vok. Ausflußgeschwindigkeit, f rus. скорость вытекания, f; скорость истечения, f pranc. vitesse d’écoulement, f …

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