Translation of stabilizer in Spanish:

stabilizer

estabilizador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsteɪbəˌlaɪzər//ˈsteɪbɪlʌɪzə/

noun

  • 1

    (steadying device)
    (on ship) estabilizador masculine
    (on plane, spaceship) estabilizador masculine
    (on plane, spaceship) empenaje masculine
    (on bicycle) estabilizador masculine
    • The horizontal tail was a single-unit stabilator rather than a conventional stabilizer plus a movable elevator.
    • Assembled from various stabilizers, wing sections, nose cones, pipes, fuselage chunks, and other random parts, all held tenuously in place by an improvised web of twisted wire, the piece is a monument of stored energy.
    • Alphonse Penaud established the practice of setting the horizontal stabiliser at a negative angle of incidence relative to the wing chord, which provides longitudinal balance to an aircraft.
    • Instead of putting fittings and turnbuckles on the streamlined tie-rod, he bent it and welded it to the spar of the stabilizer.
    • Werner has released a ladder to eliminate the need for off-beat stabilizers like blocks of wood or dead bodies.
    • The accident happened when the stabilisers of a flat-bed lorry that had been lifting the container sunk into soft mud, causing it to topple over.
    • On her recommendation, I started taking a new anti-psychotic called Zyprexa, a mood stabilizer.
    • Solid, dense designs may curl, cup or distort knits, even with the perfect stabilizer choice.
    • Personnel from No.6 Squadron removed the tail fin, stabilisers and other components for carriage in a cargo aircraft.
    • The stabiliser, the horizontal surface on the tailplane, is jammed.
    • Bad news for six year old kids still wobbling about on stabilisers - it is now illegal to ride your bicycle on the pavement.
    • The ship lost its sonar dome and the starboard stabiliser in the grounding.
    • With its stabilizer removed, it sailed at high speed on a zigzag course, thus reducing the chance of accurate U-boat targeting.
    • However, the dampening effect of automatic stabilizers on output fluctuations differs significantly across countries.
    • They were shaped like bowties from the frontal view, with a compartment for the pilot where the knot would be, and large wings attached to the cockpit by stabilizers.
    • These fighters had large delta wings instead of the conventional wings and tail stabilizers.
    • There are several ways of avoiding UV degradation in plastics by using stabilizers, absorbers or blockers.
    • A UN administrative force however would have the additional benefit of shifting the perception of the international force from that of occupier to stabiliser.
    • Patients with these conditions are usually treated with a mood stabilizer.
    • The same mood stabilizers that help control manic depression (lithium, divalproex) also help control pathologic gambling, a preliminary study finds.
    • He smashed the tractor's "hooch" into the trailing edge of the horizontal stabilizer.
    • Instead of the value of money, economics, in assimilating the Keynesian schema of analysis, discovered another stabilizer, the public sector.
    • The falling block could also have damaged a wing flap or vertical stabiliser, meaning the autopilot could not have kept the shuttle at the precise 38-degree angle necessary for the tiles, damaged or not, to do their job.
    • Summer and autumn coincide with the hurricane season, and although the big cruise ships have stabilisers, you probably want to be thinking of November through to May, when the weather's not at its best in Scotland.
    • Now Congress is about to repeal that economic stabilizer without putting any comparable safeguard in its place.
    • Active roll-damping fin stabilisers have been added for operation in high sea states.
    • McCarthy had managed to get out, though he broke his leg presumably by hitting the rear stabilizer on the way out.
    • The all-steel ship has stealth features, extra space for Task Group personnel, and fin stabilisers.
    • Built-in, automatic stabilizers are preferable to the vagaries of the appropriations process in Congress.
    • The reduced remnants of the second pair of wings are known as halteres, and seem to function as stabilizers or as airspeed detectors.
    • Bob turned off the invisibility and the stabilizers, which keep the ship from rolling away, off to conserve energy.
    • The right stabilizer, elevator, vertical fin and rudder, which were aligned with the path of the flames, were gone.
    • Check them the same way you did the ailerons: Push up on the elevator spar and see if there's any vertical movement relative to the stabilizer.
    • Most if not all cruise ships have stabilizers, however many cruise ships are so big these days that you don't even know that you are at sea.
    • She had many comforts compared with older vessels, including stabilisers to reduce rolling in rough seas.
    • IAI and Cyclone Aviation Products Ltd in Carmiel manufacture the ventral fins, rudders, horizontal stabilisers and engine access doors.
    • Hopefully in such circumstances the Government would at least allow the automatic stabilisers to operate.
    • To create an embroidered appliqué, place one to several layers of water-soluble stabilizer in your machine embroidery hoop.
    • In the years between the two world wars, Sperry and his engineers developed the automatic pilot, the first airplane stabilizer, gyrostabilized bomb sights, and automatic-fire control systems.
    • He said I could ask the doctor about taking a new mood stabilizer.
    • All large passenger ships are equipped with stabilizers, and the ride usually is smooth.
    • These adult stabilisers will enable anyone of adult size to learn to ride a bicycle, they can also with help balancing problems but they are not intended to be used for people who are unable to balance.
    • But now experts are arguing that stabilisers, which for decades have been used to help children learn to cycle, could actually be hindering their progress, and they are launching an experiment to prove it.
    • The forklift boom left a dent and a hole 2.5 feet wide along the leading edge, three feet from the tip of the stabilizer.
    • Hold the design under running water for several minutes to flush out the remaining stabilizer.
    • There are no bilge keels, but stabilisation is achieved by a combination of fin stabilisers from Blohm and Voss and a controlled passive tank system supplied by Intering.
    • I never slept better feeling the pitch and roll as I lay down at night (no stabilizers in those days).
    • If you are on a tight budget, consider installing a hydrofoil stabilizer on the lower unit of your outdrive or outboard.
    • The center fin was a fixed surface, extending vertically above the stabilizer at the center line of the airplane.
    • For air transportation, the vertical tail fin pivots, the main rotor blades and the horizontal stabiliser are folded, and the mast-mounted sight, the IFF antenna and the lower wire cutter are removed.
    • The initial assembly of the horizontal stabilizer is going smoothly.
    • You do also need to be mindful that while the diesel-electrically powered Patricia is very quiet, she's no large cruise ship with stabilisers, so expect a little movement when the sea's lumpy.
    • A maintenance alert had been issued in August for the same model of airplane after attachment bolts for the vertical stabiliser were found loose on a plane during a scheduled inspection.
    • But today's ships are often such behemoth megaliners with such effective stabilizers that veteran cruisers are crestfallen to find they no longer are rocked to sleep by the gentle motion of the ocean.
    • He also worked on the problem of classifying the stabiliser of the pencil which is a linear combination of the two matrices.
    • And having the aft thrusters working on the ship would be nice… working stabilizers would be even better.
    • Each aircraft had its own modified stabilizer of different shape and configuration.
    • Two rudders and two active fin stabilisers are installed for precision manoeuvring.
  • 2

    • 2.1Chemistry

      estabilizador masculine
      • Since it is generally recognized as safe for ingestion, it is used extensively in food products as a stabilizer, thickener, binding agent, emulsifier, adhesive agent, film former, and texturizer.
      • Many commercial, large-scale manufacturers make ice cream from fat, water, milk proteins, sugar, stabilisers and emulsifiers.
      • Two components used in making the polyvinyl chloride are lead stabilizers and plasticizers, which allow the material to remain flexible.
      • The ingredients - water, milk protein, fat, sugar, emulsifiers, stabilizers, flavours and a lot of air - are mixed together before being pasteurized and homogenized.
      • Didn't most of us spend the last few years trying to get people to stop adding chemicals and stabilizers to food?
      • The new company is a world leader in hydrocolloid food thickeners and stabilisers, xanthan and pectin, and was expected to have an annual turnover of about $470m.
      • After the cheese is subjected to texture and flavor tests, the whey is drained before warm and cold rinses, followed by the addition of fat dressings, milk, cream, stabilizers and salt.
      • In the food industry, fatty acids are used as emulsifiers, stabilizers, lubricants, and defoamers.
      • The pink mass of processed meat, gristle, salt, water, stabilizer, emulsifier and anti-oxidant slid forth in a solid mass.
      • But while fluorinated and siloxane based stabilisers have been very successful, they are also prohibitively expensive for commercial applications.
      • The lower the fat content in the ice cream, the more necessary it is to have stabilizers and emulsifiers to keep the fat evenly dispersed throughout, and to prevent the grainy texture caused by the formation of ice crystals.
      • These materials are the glass-forming substances, fluxes, stabilizers, and secondary components.
      • For example, in developing new all-dairy based puddings, we could not use the typical stabilizers and emulsifiers, such as modified food starch and sodium stearoyl lactylate, found in conventional puddings.
      • Solid vinyl tile is a non-backed product that contains higher levels of vinyl resins, plasticizers and stabilizers than composition tile.
      • To improve the workability of PVC resin various ingredients are added to the resin including stabilizers, impact modifiers, lubricants, plasticizers, biocides and flame retardants.
      • For more than 50 years, Methocel gums have been used in a broad range of food products, serving as binders, emulsifiers, stabilizers, suspension agents, protective colloloids and thickeners.
      • Also, these ingredients act as stabilizers to help emulsifying systems in the ice cream mix.
      • New environmental regulation in many countries has greatly reduced the dissipative uses for lead such as paint, leaded gasoline, pigments, stabilizers, solder, and ammunition.
      • The most likely irritant in emollient creams is the stabiliser propylene glycol.
      • Smokeless explosives such as cordite, first produced in England in 1889, used gelatinized nitrocellulose, or gun cotton, mixed with minerals and nitroglycerine; stabilizers were later added.

    • 2.2Cooking

      estabilizante masculine