wide beam

wide beam
широкий луч

Englsh-Russian aviation and space dictionary. - M.: Military publishing house USSR Ministry of Defence. . 1974.

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  • beam — beam1 [bi:m] n 1.) a) a line of light shining from the sun, a lamp etc ▪ the beam of a powerful flashlight b) a line of light, energy etc that you cannot see ▪ a laser beam ▪ a beam of electrons 2.) a long heavy piece of wood or metal used in… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • beam-rider guidance — A guidance system in which the equipment aboard the missile enables it to sense its location relative to a radar beam and correct its course, seeking out and following the path made by a radar beam. The missile is gathered in the beam and is… …   Aviation dictionary

  • beam-riding missile — A guided missile directed to its target by beam rider guidance. The missile, immediately after its launch and as soon as it attains controllable flight status, is gathered in the wide beam and directed onto the target. The guidance beam now… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer — (WISE) WISE prior to its mission into orbit …   Wikipedia

  • Beam Approach Beacon System — (or BABS) is an automatic RADAR landing system developed in the early 1940 s.It is a responder (or transponder) mounted in a Hillman van and placed at the end of the runway. In some cases fixed sites were installed and by the mid 1950 s Standard… …   Wikipedia

  • Beam (structure) — A statically determinate beam, bending (sagging) under an evenly distributed load. A beam is a horizontal structural element that is capable of withstanding load primarily by resisting bending. The bending force induced into the material of the… …   Wikipedia

  • BEAM robotics — The word beam in BEAM robotics is an acronym for Biology, Electronics, Aesthetics, and Mechanics . This is a term that refers to a style of robotics that primarily uses simple analog circuits, such as comparators, instead of a microprocessor in… …   Wikipedia

  • beam — I UK [biːm] / US [bɪm] noun [countable] Word forms beam : singular beam plural beams ** 1) a long thick piece of wood, metal, or concrete that supports a roof a cottage with low oak beams 2) physics a line of light or other form of energy the… …   English dictionary

  • beam — /bim / (say beem) noun 1. a thick, long piece of timber, shaped for structural use. 2. a similar piece of metal, stone, etc. 3. Building Trades one of the main horizontal supporting members in a building or the like, as for supporting a roof or… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • beam — {{11}}beam (n.) O.E. beam originally living tree, but by late 10c. also rafter, post, ship s timber, from W.Gmc. *baumaz (Cf. O.Fris. bam tree, gallows, beam, M.Du. boom, O.H.G. boum, Ger. Baum tree ), perhaps from PIE verb root *bheue to grow… …   Etymology dictionary

  • beam — beam1 [ bim ] verb * 1. ) intransitive to smile widely because you are very happy: He beamed with satisfaction. 2. ) transitive to send radio signals or television pictures through the air using electronic equipment: beam to/across/over etc.:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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