cementation - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "cementation" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

cementation / цементация, цементирование, науглероживание
[ˌsiˌmenˈteɪ·ʃən]
[ˌsiˌmenˈteɪ·ʃən]
Перевод
имя существительное
цементация
cementation, carburization, cementing, carbonization, case-hardening
цементирование
cementation
науглероживание
carbonization, cementation
Определения
имя существительное
the binding together of particles or other things by cement.
Trace fossils are concentrated towards the base of the member, where preferential cementation of the bioturbation has resulted in prominent erosion-resistant horizons.
a process of altering a metal by heating it in contact with a powdered solid, especially a former method of making steel by heating iron in contact with charcoal.
Steel of a sort was made by the Hittite smiths, by hammering and heating the iron in contact with charcoal: a process called cementation .
Примеры
By the 1st century BC brass coins were being minted using a method akin to the cementation process - a means of producing brass from copper and zinc ore in a crucible.
Quartz cementation of siliciclastic successions can develop at moderate burial depths and continue with increasing depth and temperature.
Steel of a sort was made by the Hittite smiths, by hammering and heating the iron in contact with charcoal: a process called cementation .
Rocks in intermediate-burial settings experience chemical compaction as well as subsurface cementation and dissolution.
They can also be deformed by the uneven action of cementation or other chemical reactions, and modified by the activity of organisms moving over or on them, producing trace fossils.
Trace fossils are concentrated towards the base of the member, where preferential cementation of the bioturbation has resulted in prominent erosion-resistant horizons.
The preponderance of early cementation and brecciation (in thin beds) towards the top of the Langport Member is compatible with reduced sedimentation rate (resulting from deepening and sediment starvation).
Standard Wrought Iron bars were placed in the Cementation Furnace for conversion into Cementation or Blister Steel.