time-displacement curve


time-displacement curve
график смещения в зависимости от времени

time-deformation curve — кривая зависимости время-деформация

dose-survival curve — кривая зависимости "доза-выживаемость"

dose-mortality curve — кривая зависимости "доза-летальность"

current curve — кривая изменения скорости течения во времени

winter daily load curve — зимний суточный график нагрузки


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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