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Avrasya Terim Dergisi
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ISSN (Print) 2147-7507
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  • Basic Terms And Explanations Of Print Inks

    • Authors: Gülhan ACAR BÜYÜKPEHLİVAN; Mehmet OKTAV, Lutfi ÖZDEMİR, Elif URAL
      Abstract: The two main substrates used in the printing industry are various types of paper/cardboard and inks. Printing inks; They are colored, liquid or semi-solid substances that allow an image to be carried on the printing material by means of a printing plate. There are hundreds of different types of printing inks, both physically and chemically. Regardless of its texture and shape; It can be used for coloring and creating images on paper, plastic, metal, glass and textiles. Printing inks are applied in a very thin layer to the surface of the material on which they are printed and can have a thickness of 5 to 125 μm, depending on the type of printing system. The visual specifications of the ink depend on three main factors. These are its color, transparency and brilliance. All ink-related factors directly affect the technical properties and printability parameters of the ink. However, knowing what these technical terms mean is important and necessary for optimum use of ink and verbal and written technical communication between all stakeholders. In this study, Turkish explanations and uses of the words color, brightness, opacity, light fastness, stickiness, viscosity, which are the six basic terms of printing ink, are given by translating from Turkish sources, foreign dictionaries and technical books. The explanations are made in common technical expressions that will be understood by technical people, students and researchers who produce in printing technologies.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • A Research on the Local Names of Juglans regia L. Plant in Turkey

    • Authors: Ş. Doğanay YENER
      Abstract: Juglans regia L., which has a natural distribution in Eastern and Northeastern Anatolia in our country, is used in food, medicine, paint, perfumery, furniture, etc. And it is a precious tree that is widely used in landscape architecture as well as many different uses. Throughout the country, it is known by different local names “ceviz, koz, goz, güz, giz” etc., and the “ceviz” local name is used most commonly. In this study, the local names of the Juglans regia plant, which grows naturally in Turkey, is well known by the public and used for various purposes, were evaluated. As a result of the study, a total of 30 different local names of this plant were determined in 7 different regions of the country. At the same time, it was seen that the Eastern Anatolia Region came to the fore with 20 different local names throughout the country.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Command Line Interface Terms

    • Authors: Veysel Harun ŞAHİN
      Abstract: In its simplest terms, a computer is a device that takes commands from the user, makes computing, processes data, and outputs the result. Computers need interfaces to get input from the user and give output to the user. These interfaces are called user interfaces. Briefly, computers interact with users with the help of user interfaces. One type of user interface is the command-line interface. This article explains the command-line interface terms namely terminal, console, terminal emulator, and shell.
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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