Monday, June 18, 2007

  • WINTERTHUR (Winterthur), city in Switzerland, on r. Deal. 108 thousand inhabitants (1986, with suburbs). A machine industry, textile, a printing industry.
  • HELIX, the regional{spatial} spiral curve settling down on a surface of the circular cylinder or a circular cone and crossing all generatrix under equal angles.
  • RIFLE, personal small arms with propeller rifles in a bore which give a pool the rotary movement ensuring resistant flight. A sight reach up to 2000 m, firing rate of 10-12 outrigger booms one minute. The first rifles have appeared in 16 century, were distributed in 19 century. In 1891 in Russia the rifle (7,62-mm) of S.I.Mosin has been adopted. After 2-nd world war the rifle is extruded by a gun - machine gun, the automatic control unit, an automatic rifle and a spring hook, including self-auto-loading. For the educational and sporting purposes there are sporting rifles.
  • SCREW MOTION, motion of a solid which is composed from straight-line{rectilinear} translation and rotation of a body around of a shaft parallel a direction of a speed of advance.
  • The PROPELLER ENGINE (zabojnyj), hydraulic zabojnyj the engine of volumetric type, which multiple-start actions plump under the scheme gerotornogo the planetary train powered at the expense of power of a washer fluid.
  • HELICAL CONVEYER (feed screw), the bank with coiled projections and the mechanism of a drive. It is used basically for conveyance of loose bodies on rather small distances.
  • SCREW PUMP, rotary pump with actions by the way one master and it is routine two conducted screws which are meshing with. At rotation of screws the liquid, blocked off in hollows of a screw thread, moves{migrates} along screws and is popped in the outlet pipe. Feed up to 0,25 m3 / with, pressure up to 35 MPa, efficiency up to 95 %.
  • The ROTORCRAFT, flight vehicle is heavier than air with a vertical launching and the planting, having rotors and propulsors (propellers, jet engines). The upward force at a level flight of a rotorcraft forms by the bearing screw and a side panel. It is applied restrictedly.
  • VINTOROGY REBOUND LANDING (marhur), a cloven-hoofed animal of a stem of a bench. Length of a body up to 1,7 m. Horns are tightened up. In mountains of Asia - in Afghanistan, Pakistan, in northwest of India; in a southeast Compare. Asia. Everywhere it is small, it is guarded.
  • VINTSENT from Bove (frants. Vincent de Beauvais; an armour. Vincentius Bellovacensis) (ok. 1190-1264), the French outlet box - black friar, the writer " Great zertsala " (it is issued 1473, t. 1-4) - the wraparound encyclopedia of medieval knowledge using major popularity.
  • VINTSENTS (Vincenz) Stanislav (1888-1971), the Polish prose writer, the essayist, a translator. From the extremity of 1930th in emigration, has deceased in France. The writer of the novel - chronicle " On High Polonine " (the hours 1-3, it are published in 1936-79), books of an essay " Dialogues with Advices{Councils} " (1966), " the Jewish themes " (is published in 1977), " Post-war peripetias Sokrata " (is published in 1985), "Atlantida" (is published in 1994).
  • VINCHA, neoliticheskaja archeologic crop (kon. 5-th - 4 thousand up to n. e.) on the Balkans, in basin of the rivers Morava and Vardar. The title on telju Vincha about Belgrade. Residues of settlements, the stone instrument, ceramics, clay figurines. An economy: agriculture, cattle breeding, fishery.
  • The HARD DISK, the title store, and after the automatic rifles released with is grey. 19 century the American firm of a small arms (named its{her} founder O.F.Vinchestera), and also the widespread title of rigid magnetic disks (data modules).
  • VINH (Vinh), city in a central part of Vietnam, an administrative centre prov. Ngetin. St. 154 thousand inhabitants (1989). Wood-working, mechanic, the alimentary enterprises. Seaport Vinh - Benthjuj. Bliz Vinh was born Ho SHi Mines
  • VIGNETTING (from frants. vignette - a picture), limitation by diaphragms of a part of a slope light beam in an optical system. The vignetting conducts in fall of an image illumination from the centre to a headland of sight.
  • VIGNETTE (frants. vignette), a dressing in the book or manuscripts: small drawing or a decorative pattern in the beginning or at the end of the text.
  • VINI (Vigny) Alfred Victor de (1797 - 1863), the French writer - romantik. In poems "Eloa" (1824), "Moseses" (1826), "Deluge" (1826) - antheming of theoretical love, travails of the disappointed hero; bogoborcheskie motives. In psychologic drama "CHatterton" (1835), a poem " Mors of the wolf " (1843) - tragical loneliness selected a shower in the world not perceiving them " trite crowd ". Verses. The book " the Diary of the poet " (it is published in 1867).
  • VINOLA (Vignola) (an ice-film. fam. Barotstsi, Barozzi) Dzhakomo yes (1507-73), the italian architect. Palaces (Farneze in Kaprarole, 1558-73), country houses (dads Julia III in Rome, 1550-55), churches (Il Dzhezu in Rome, 1568-84) combine principles of the architecture of Revitalization with elements of Baroque and a classicism. The theorist of the architecture (" the Rule of five warrants of the architecture ", 1562).
  • VINJA-DEL-MAR (Vina del Mar), the city and seaport to Chile, are included into agglomeration of Valparaiso. 305 thousand inhabitants (1990). A climatic health resort. Center of tourism. Sugar, textile, chemical, a petroleum industry.
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