detonation

英 [detə'neɪʃ(ə)n] 美 [,dɛtə'neʃən]
  • n. 爆炸;爆炸声;爆发
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1. de- "down" + ton- "thunder" + -ation.
2. 字面含义:thunder down, release one's thunder.
3. => act of causing to explode, explosion accompanied by loud sound.
detonation (n.)
1670s, "explosion accompanied by loud sound," from French détonation, from Medieval Latin detonationem (nominative detonatio), from Latin detonare "to thunder down, to release one's thunder, roar out," from de- "down" (see de-) + tonare "to thunder" (see thunder (n.)). Sense of "act of causing to explode" (mid-18c.) developed in French.
1. A fearful detonation burst forth on the barricade.
街垒传来一阵骇人的爆炸声。

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2. Within a few hundreds of microseconds, detonation is complete.
在几百微秒之内, 爆炸便完成了.

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3. A few sentences regarding preignition and detonation may be helpful.
再说几句有关早燃和爆燃的问题,或许是有益处的.

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4. Detonation is an important factor in under water blasting.
起爆方式对于水下爆破也是一个重要因素.

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5. The nitroalkanol imparts improved sensitivity and detonation velocities.
硝化烷醇提高了感度和爆速.

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