degree


degree
1. степень
2. ступень
3. уровень
4. градус

degree of carbonization степень науглероживания

degree of compaction степень уплотнения

degree of consistency степень плотности [густоты]

degree of crystallinity степень кристалличности

degree of cure степень отверждения

degree of dispersion степень дисперсности

degree of fastness степень прочности

degree of fineness 1) тонина (величина поперечного сечения отдельного волокна) 2) тонкость (диспергирования)

degree of firmness степень прочности

degree of flammability степень горючести

degree of grinding степень измельчения

degree of hardness 1) твёрдость 2) степень твёрдости 3) степень отверждения

degree of orientation степень ориентации

degree of plasticity степень пластичности

degree of polymerization степень полимеризации

degree of quality степень качества, доброкачественность

degree of safety коэффициент безопасности, запас прочности

degree of shrinkage степень усадки [сжатия]

degree of tackiness степень липкости

degree of twist степень крутки

degree of uniformity степень однородности

degree of void-freeness степень пористости

degree of vulcanization степень вулканизации

degree of wetness степень влажности

Engler degree 1) градус Энглера 2) вязкость по Энглеру

rebound degree величина (упругого) отскока


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