balance mechanism


balance mechanism
механизм (поддержания) баланса (равновесия)

Англо-русский словарь по психоаналитике. 2013.

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  • Balance spring — A balance spring, or hairspring, is a fine spiral or helical spring used in mechanical watches, marine chronometers, and other timekeeping mechanisms to control the rate of vibration of the balance wheel. A balance spring usually has a regulator… …   Wikipedia

  • Mechanism design — The Stanley Reiter diagram above illustrates a game of mechanism design. The upper left space Θ depicts the type space and the upper right space X the space of outcomes. The social choice function f(θ) maps a type profile to an outcome. In games… …   Wikipedia

  • balance — balanceable, adj. /bal euhns/, n., v., balanced, balancing. n. 1. a state of equilibrium or equipoise; equal distribution of weight, amount, etc. 2. something used to produce equilibrium; counterpoise. 3. mental steadiness or emotional stability; …   Universalium

  • balancé — /bal euhn say /; Fr. /bann lahonn say /, n., pl. balancés / sayz /; Fr. / say /. Ballet. a swaying step performed in place in which the weight is lightly shifted from one foot to the other, the dancer sinking down on the heel of the foot to which …   Universalium

  • Balance of power (parliament) — In parliamentary politics, the term balance of power sometimes describes the pragmatic mechanism exercised by a minor political party or other grouping whose guaranteed support may enable an otherwise minority government to obtain and hold office …   Wikipedia

  • Balance sheet accounts —   Represent the financial institution s present assets and liabilities. They contain information on the actual balances at a given time.   Balance sheet reports Include:   Break even rates on assets   Compensation statement   balance confirmation …   International financial encyclopaedia

  • balance — [13] The underlying etymological meaning of balance is of a weighing apparatus with ‘two pans’ for holding things. In Latin this was a lībra bilanx, literally ‘scales with two pans’ – bilanx being compounded from bi ‘two’ and lanx ‘plate, pan’.… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • balance wheel — noun Date: 1669 1. a wheel that regulates or stabilizes the motion of a mechanism 2. a balancing or stabilizing force …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Detailed balance — The principle of detailed balance is formulated for kinetic systems which are decomposed into elementary processes (collisions, or steps, or elementary reactions): At equilibrium, each elementary process should be equilibrated by its reverse… …   Wikipedia

  • Whippletree (mechanism) — A set of whippletrees or leader bars for the two leaders of a four horse team. A whippletree or whiffletree[1] is a mechanism to distribute force evenly through linkages. The mechanism may also be referred to as an equalizer, leader bar or double …   Wikipedia

  • reaction mechanism — Introduction       in chemical reactions (chemical reaction), the detailed processes by which chemical substances are transformed into other substances. The reactions themselves may involve the interactions of atoms (atom), molecules (molecule),… …   Universalium

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