loss

loss
n
1.   потеря

2.   затухание; ослабление

3.   ущерб, убыток

loss due to creep — потеря (преднапряжения) от ползучести


loss in prestress — потеря предварительного напряжения


- loss of bond stress
- loss of gloss
- loss of head
- loss of prestressing
- loss of prestress
- loss of prestress due to friction
- loss of prestress due to shrinkage of concrete
- loss of prestress due to steam curing
- loss of prestress during anchoring
- loss of stability
- loss of stress
- loss of sustaining capacity
- loss of water by evaporation
- loss of workability
- abrasion loss
- absorption loss
- air pressure losses
- anchorage loss
- branch loss
- cable losses
- chimney loss
- conduction loss
- design heat loss
- drift loss
- dynamic loss
- elastic losses
- energy losses due to friction
- entrance loss
- evaporation loss
- exit loss
- external heat loss
- fabric loss
- flue loss
- friction loss
- gross heat loss
- head loss
- head loss across filter
- head loss due to friction
- heat loss
- ignition loss
- impact loss
- infiltration heat loss
- insertion loss
- leakage loss
- local loss
- lockage loss
- pipe loss
- seepage loss
- sequence-stressing loss
- shock loss
- shrinkage loss of prestress
- strength loss
- stress loss
- structural heat loss
- total loss of prestress
- transmission loss
- transmission heat loss
- ventilation heat loss
- wall losses
- water loss

Англо-русский строительный словарь. — М.: Русский Язык. . 1995.

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