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Diccionario tecnico ingenieria GRATIS

Escrito por Carlos Gutierrez
el 19/10/2007
Estoy haciendo curso y requiero de un traductor tecnico, saludos.
Erwin Sander
Perú, Perú
Escrito por Erwin Sander
el 02/04/2008
Gracias por el dato antonio
Carlos Rodríguez
Córdoba, Argentina
Escrito por Carlos Rodríguez
el 10/04/2008
Desearia saber, si es posible de un traductor técnico ingles español, o diccionario tecnico gratis. Gracias

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Gabo
Santiago, Chile
Escrito por Gabo
el 11/08/2008
Necesito diccionario traductor técnico Inglés - español, que de importancia a temas de construcciones marítimas
Escrito por Hector
el 29/08/2008
Como traduzco "honeycombing in concrete" además de "vanos""? Hay alguna ota traducción?
Alfredo Sánchez
Técnico superior en higiene y segurida...
Escrito por Alfredo Sánchez
el 16/09/2008
Quisiera saber si algunos de uds conoce de alguna pagina web para bajar el diccionario de inglés técnico gracias
Lu666
Distrito Federal, Mé...
Escrito por Lu666
el 17/09/2008

Hola a todos,

Alguien sabe como se dice" rodajes" en inglés ( en términos de construcción)


Saludos y gracias

Escrito por Anita
el 26/09/2008

Hydrogen sulfide

IDLH Documentation

CAS number: 7783064

NIOSH REL: 10 ppm (15 mg/m3) 10minute CEILING

Current OSHA PEL: 20 ppm CEILING, 50 ppm 10minute MAXIMUM PEAK

1989 OSHA PEL: 10 ppm (14 mg/m3) TWA, 15 ppm (21 mg/m3) STEL

1993-1994 ACGIH TLV: 10 ppm (14 mg/m3) TWA, 15 ppm (21 mg/m3) STEL

Description of Substance: Colorless gas with a strong odor of rotten eggs.

LEL:..4. 0% (10% LEL, 4,000 ppm)

Original (SCP) IDLH: 300 ppm

Basis for original (SCP) IDLH: The chosen IDLH is based on the statements by Patty [1963] that 170 to 300 ppm is the maximum

concentration that can be endured for 1 hour without serious consequences; 400 to 700 ppm is dangerous after exposure of 0. 5 to 1 hour

[Henderson and Haggard 1943]. AIHA [1963] reported that 400 to 700 ppm caused loss of consciousness and possible death in 0. 5 to 1 hour

[MCA 1950].

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: 1991 American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Emergency Response Planning

Guidelines (ERPGs):

ERPG1: 0. 1 ppm (60minute)

ERPG2: 30 ppm (60minute)

ERPG3: 100 ppm (60minute)

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National Research Council [NRC 1985] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10minute EEGL: 50 ppm

24hour EEGL: 10 ppm

ACUTE TOXICITY DATA:

Lethal concentration data:

*Note: Conversion factor (CF) was determined with "n" = 2. 2 [ten Berge et al. 1986].

Other human data: It has been reported that 170 to 300 ppm is the maximum concentration that can be endured for 1 hour without serious

consequences [Henderson and Haggard 1943] and that olfactory fatigue occurs at 100 ppm [Poda 1966]. It has also been reported that 50 to

100 ppm causes mild conjunctivitis and respiratory irritation after 1 hour; 500 to 700 ppm may be dangerous in 0. 5 to 1 hour; 700 to

1,000 ppm results in rapid unconsciousness, cessation of respiration, and death; and 1,000 to 2,000 ppm results in unconsciousness, cessation

of respiration, and death in a few minutes [Yant 1930].

Species Reference

LC50

(ppm)

LCLo

(ppm)

Time

Adjusted 0. 5-hr

LC (CF*)

Derived value

Rat Back et al. 1972 713 ----- 1 hr 977 ppm (1. 37) 98 ppm

Mouse Back et al. 1972 673 ----- 1 hr 922 ppm (1. 37) 92 ppm

Human Lefaux 1968 ----- 600 30 min 600 ppm (1. 0) 60 ppm

Mouse MacEwen and Vernot 1972 634 ----- 1 hr 869 ppm (1. 37) 87 ppm

Human Tab Biol Per 1933 ----- 800 5 min 354 ppm (0. 44) 35 ppm

Rat Tansey et al. 1981 444 ----- 4 hr 1,141 ppm (2. 57) 114 ppm

Revised IDLH: 100 ppm

Basis for revised IDLH: The revised IDLH for hydrogen sulfide is 100 ppm based on acute inhalation toxicity data in

humans [Henderson and Haggard 1943; Poda 1966; Yant 1930] and animals [Back et al. 1972; MacEwen and Vernot

1972; Tansey et al. 1981].

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REFERENCES:

1. AIHA [1963]. Hydrogen sulfide. In: Hygienic guide series. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 24 :9294.

2. Back KC, Thomas AA, MacEwen JD [1972]. Reclassification of materials listed as transportation health hazards. WrightPatterson Air

Force Base, OH: 6570th Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Report No. TSA20723, pp. A220 to A221.

3. Henderson Y, Haggard HW [1943]. Noxious gases. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, p. 245.

4. Lefaux R [1968]. Practical toxicology of plastics. Cleveland, OH: Chemical Rubber Co. , p. 207.

5. MacEwen JD, Vernot EH [1972]. Toxic Hazards Research Unit annual report: 1972. WrightPatterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force

Systems Command, Aerospace Medical Division, Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory Report, AMRLTR7262.

6. MCA [1968]. Chemical safety data sheet SD36: properties and essential information for safe handling and use of hydrogen sulfide.

Washington, DC: Manufacturing Chemists Association, pp. 113.

7. NRC [1985]. Emergency and continuous exposure guidance levels for selected airborne contaminants. Vol.4. Washington, DC: National

Academy Press, Committee on Toxicology, Board on Toxicology and Environmental Health Hazards, Commission on Life Sciences,

National Research Council, pp. 5568.

8. Patty FA, ed. [1963]. Industrial hygiene and toxicology. 2nd rev. Ed. Vol. II. Toxicology. New York, NY: Interscience Publishers, Inc.,

p. 899.

9. Poda GA [1966]. Hydrogen sulfide can be handled safety. Arch Environ Health 12 :795800.

10. Tab Biol Per [1933]; 3 :231 (in German).

11. Tansey MF, Kendall FM, Fantasia J, Landin WE, Oberly R [1981]. Acute and subchronic toxicity studies of rats exposed to vapors of

methyl mercaptan and other reduced sulfur compounds. J Toxicol Environ Health 8 :7188.

12. Ten Berge WF, Zwart A, Appelman LM [1986]. Concentration-time mortality response relationship of irritant and systematically acting

vapours and gases. J Haz Mat 13 :301309.

13. Yant WP [1930]. Hydrogen sulfide in industry: occurrence, effects and treatment. Am J Public Health 20 :598608.

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Ingeniera
Zulia, Venezuela
Escrito por Ingeniera
el 01/10/2008

Necesito descargar un diccionario tecnico ingles español / español ingles pero de ingenieria industrial lo antes y gratis por fabor necesito ayuda..... Gracias

Escrito por Nks
el 08/10/2008
" jo, esto es una pasada! Si me das pasta te lo traduzco,jeje

Hydrogen sulfide

IDLH Documentation

CAS number: 7783064

NIOSH REL: 10 ppm (15 mg/m3) 10minute CEILING

Current OSHA PEL: 20 ppm CEILING, 50 ppm 10minute MAXIMUM PEAK

1989 OSHA PEL: 10 ppm (14 mg/m3) TWA, 15 ppm (21 mg/m3) STEL

1993-1994 ACGIH TLV: 10 ppm (14 mg/m3) TWA, 15 ppm (21 mg/m3) STEL

Description of Substance: Colorless gas with a strong odor of rotten eggs.

LEL:..4. 0% (10% LEL, 4,000 ppm)

Original (SCP) IDLH: 300 ppm

Basis for original (SCP) IDLH: The chosen IDLH is based on the statements by Patty [1963] that 170 to 300 ppm is the maximum

concentration that can be endured for 1 hour without serious consequences; 400 to 700 ppm is dangerous after exposure of 0. 5 to 1 hour

[Henderson and Haggard 1943]. AIHA [1963] reported that 400 to 700 ppm caused loss of consciousness and possible death in 0. 5 to 1 hour

[MCA 1950].

Existing short-term exposure guidelines: 1991 American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Emergency Response Planning

Guidelines (ERPGs):

ERPG1: 0. 1 ppm (60minute)

ERPG2: 30 ppm (60minute)

ERPG3: 100 ppm (60minute)

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National Research Council [NRC 1985] Emergency Exposure Guidance Levels (EEGLs):

10minute EEGL: 50 ppm

24hour EEGL: 10 ppm

ACUTE TOXICITY DATA:

Lethal concentration data:

*Note: Conversion factor (CF) was determined with "n" = 2. 2 [ten Berge et al. 1986].

Other human data: It has been reported that 170 to 300 ppm is the maximum concentration that can be endured for 1 hour without serious

consequences [Henderson and Haggard 1943] and that olfactory fatigue occurs at 100 ppm [Poda 1966]. It has also been reported that 50 to

100 ppm causes mild conjunctivitis and respiratory irritation after 1 hour; 500 to 700 ppm may be dangerous in 0. 5 to 1 hour; 700 to

1,000 ppm results in rapid unconsciousness, cessation of respiration, and death; and 1,000 to 2,000 ppm results in unconsciousness, cessation

of respiration, and death in a few minutes [Yant 1930].

Species Reference

LC50

(ppm)

LCLo

(ppm)

Time

Adjusted 0. 5-hr

LC (CF*)

Derived value

Rat Back et al. 1972 713 ----- 1 hr 977 ppm (1. 37) 98 ppm

Mouse Back et al. 1972 673 ----- 1 hr 922 ppm (1. 37) 92 ppm

Human Lefaux 1968 ----- 600 30 min 600 ppm (1. 0) 60 ppm

Mouse MacEwen and Vernot 1972 634 ----- 1 hr 869 ppm (1. 37) 87 ppm

Human Tab Biol Per 1933 ----- 800 5 min 354 ppm (0. 44) 35 ppm

Rat Tansey et al. 1981 444 ----- 4 hr 1,141 ppm (2. 57) 114 ppm

Revised IDLH: 100 ppm

Basis for revised IDLH: The revised IDLH for hydrogen sulfide is 100 ppm based on acute inhalation toxicity data in

humans [Henderson and Haggard 1943; Poda 1966; Yant 1930] and animals [Back et al. 1972; MacEwen and Vernot

1972; Tansey et al. 1981].

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REFERENCES:

1. AIHA [1963]. Hydrogen sulfide. In: Hygienic guide series. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 24 :9294.

2. Back KC, Thomas AA, MacEwen JD [1972]. Reclassification of materials listed as transportation health hazards. WrightPatterson Air

Force Base, OH: 6570th Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Report No. TSA20723, pp. A220 to A221.

3. Henderson Y, Haggard HW [1943]. Noxious gases. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, p. 245.

4. Lefaux R [1968]. Practical toxicology of plastics. Cleveland, OH: Chemical Rubber Co. , p. 207.

5. MacEwen JD, Vernot EH [1972]. Toxic Hazards Research Unit annual report: 1972. WrightPatterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force

Systems Command, Aerospace Medical Division, Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory Report, AMRLTR7262.

6. MCA [1968]. Chemical safety data sheet SD36: properties and essential information for safe handling and use of hydrogen sulfide.

Washington, DC: Manufacturing Chemists Association, pp. 113.

7. NRC [1985]. Emergency and continuous exposure guidance levels for selected airborne contaminants. Vol.4. Washington, DC: National

Academy Press, Committee on Toxicology, Board on Toxicology and Environmental Health Hazards, Commission on Life Sciences,

National Research Council, pp. 5568.

8. Patty FA, ed. [1963]. Industrial hygiene and toxicology. 2nd rev. Ed. Vol. II. Toxicology. New York, NY: Interscience Publishers, Inc.,

p. 899.

9. Poda GA [1966]. Hydrogen sulfide can be handled safety. Arch Environ Health 12 :795800.

10. Tab Biol Per [1933]; 3 :231 (in German).

11. Tansey MF, Kendall FM, Fantasia J, Landin WE, Oberly R [1981]. Acute and subchronic toxicity studies of rats exposed to vapors of

methyl mercaptan and other reduced sulfur compounds. J Toxicol Environ Health 8 :7188.

12. Ten Berge WF, Zwart A, Appelman LM [1986]. Concentration-time mortality response relationship of irritant and systematically acting

vapours and gases. J Haz Mat 13 :301309.

13. Yant WP [1930]. Hydrogen sulfide in industry: occurrence, effects and treatment. Am J Public Health 20 :598608.

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por ANITA (Septiembre 2008)




Escrito por Reinaldo Alanoca Mamani
el 08/10/2008

Holas buenos dias

La verdad no tengo pasta para que le me lo puedas traducir disculpa

Bye te cuidas y gracias :d


Glaucol
Quindio, Colombia
Escrito por Glaucol
el 06/11/2008

Por favor, necesito ayuda con esta palabra "unbuilt".
No se que significa............

Minadurst
Veracruz, México
Escrito por Minadurst
el 11/11/2008
"Por favor, necesito ayuda con esta palabra "unbuilt".
No se que significa............
"

por Glaucol (Noviembre 2008)

Significa no construido. Unbuilt
esta usando el prefijo UN y el verbo build en pasado= built

Chicos, por una modica cantidad les puedo hacer sus traducciones tecnicas eh?

Conney Gallo
Uruguay, Uruguay
Escrito por Conney Gallo
el 18/12/2008
Estoy haciendo una traducción y me aparece en Inglés el término "bread roll to-piece", lo he buscado y no me aparece nada, es un tema de Ingeniería, alquién por favor puede ayudarme? Obviamente no con la traducción literal, gracias y saludos
Conney Gallo
Uruguay, Uruguay
Escrito por Conney Gallo
el 18/12/2008

Perdón, al dactilografiar me equivoqué es "bread roll top piece" gracias

Escrito por Carlosboza
el 02/02/2009


Honeycomb se le llama a los "nidos" que aparecen en el hormigon.

Saludos

Kielvi
España
Escrito por Kielvi
el 02/04/2009

Routledge. Es gratis, es técnico y se descarga desde su pagina web. Ideal para electricistas, mecánicos, carpinteros, etc. Todo relacionado con la mecanica. Pesa 16 MB mas o menos, también podeis descargarlo desde aqui:

Http://rapidshare. Com/files/19043211/Dic_Tec_Rout_Ing-Esp. Rar

Saludos

Rolando Huanca
Tecnica uto
Escrito por Rolando Huanca
el 13/08/2009

Alguien tuviera el diccionario por
favor me lo pueden enviar

Escrito por Josantro
el 05/09/2009
" alguien tuviera el diccionario por
favor me lo pueden enviar
"

por Rolando (Agosto 2009)

Ingles - español tecnico
http://rapidshare. Com/files/60938018/Ingles-Espa_ol_-_Diccionario_T_cnico. Pdf

Escrito por Tommy38
el 05/10/2009
Alguién me puede ayudar a traducir la expresión RAMP DOW AIR FLOW, por favor