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    Мы приняли следующие сокращения для наиболее часто упоминаемых книг и журналов:
    IJP - International Journal of Psycho-analysis
    JAPA - Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association
    SE - Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, ed. James Strachey (London: Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1953—74.)
    PSOC - Psychoanalytic Study of the Child (New Haven: Yale University Press)
    PQ - Psychoanalytic Quarterly
    WAF - The Writings of Anna Freud, ed. Anna Freud (New York: International Universities Press, 1966—74)
    PMC - Psychoanalysis The Major Concepts ed. Burness E. Moore and Bernard D. Fine (New Haven: Yale University Press)
    О словаре: _about - Psychoanalytic Terms and Concepts
    1. Abend, S. M. Identity. PMC. Forthcoming.
    2. Abend, S. M. (1974) Problems of identity. PQ, 43.
    3. Abend, S. M., Porder, M. S. & Willick, M. S. (1983) Borderline Patients. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    4. Abraham, K. (1916) The first pregenital stage of libido. Selected Papers. London, Hogarth Press, 1948.
    5. Abraham, K. (1917) Ejaculatio praecox. In: selected Papers. New York Basic Books.
    6. Abraham, K. (1921) Contributions to the theory of the anal character. Selected Papers. New York: Basic Books, 1953.
    7. Abraham, K. (1924) A Short study of the development of the libido, viewed in the light of mental disorders. In: Selected Papers. London: Hogarth Press, 1927.
    8. Abraham, K. (1924) Manic-depressive states and the pre-genital levels of the libido. In: Selected Papers. London: Hogarth Press, 1949.
    9. Abraham, K. (1924) Selected Papers. London: Hogarth Press, 1948.
    10. Abraham, K. (1924) The influence of oral erotism on character formation. Ibid.
    11. Abraham, K. (1925) The history of an impostor in the light of psychoanalytic knowledge. In: Clinical Papers and Essays on Psychoanalysis. New York: Basic Books, 1955, vol. 2.
    12. Abrams, S. (1971) The psychoanalytic unconsciousness. In: The Unconscious Today, ed. M. Kanzer. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    13. Abrams, S. (1981) Insight. PSOC, 36.
    14. Abse, D W. (1985) The depressive character In Depressive States and their Treatment, ed. V. Volkan New York: Jason Aronson.
    15. Abse, D. W. (1985) Hysteria and Related Mental Disorders. Bristol: John Wright.
    16. Ackner, B. (1954) Depersonalization. J. Ment. Sci., 100.
    17. Adler, A. (1924) Individual Psychology. New York: Harcourt, Brace.
    18. Akhtar, S. (1984) The syndrome of identity diffusion. Amer. J. Psychiat., 141.
    19. Alexander, F. (1950) Psychosomatic Medicine. New York: Norton.
    20. Allen, D. W. (1974) The Feat- of Looking. Charlottesvill, Va: Univ. Press of Virginia.
    21. Allen, D. W. (1980) Psychoanalytic treatment of the exhibitionist. In: Exhibitionist, Description, Assessment, and Treatment, ed. D. Cox. New York: Garland STPM Press.
    22. Allport, G. (1937) Personality. New York: Henry Holt.
    23. Almansi, R. J. (1960) The face-breast equation. JAPA, 6.
    24. Almansi, R. J. (1979) Scopophilia and object loss. PQ, 47.
    25. Altman, L. Z. (1969) The Dream in Psychoanalysis. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    26. Altman, L. Z. (1977) Some vicissitudes of love. JAPA, 25.
    27. American Psychiatric Association. (1987) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3d ed. revised. Washington, D. C.
    28. Ansbacher, Z. & Ansbacher, R. (1956) The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler. New York: Basic Books.
    29. Anthony, E. J. (1981) Shame, guilt, and the feminine self in psychoanalysis. In: Object and Self, ed. S. Tuttman, C. Kaye & M. Zimmerman. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    30. Arlow. J. A. (1953) Masturbation and symptom formation. JAPA, 1.
    31. Arlow. J. A. (1959) The structure of the deja vu experience. JAPA, 7.
    32. Arlow. J. A. (1961) Ego psychology and the study of mythology. JAPA, 9.
    33. Arlow. J. A. (1963) Conflict, regression and symptom formation. IJP, 44.
    34. Arlow. J. A. (1966) Depersonalization and derealization. In: Psychoanalysis: A General Psychology, ed. R. M. Loewenstein, L. M. Newman, M. Schur & A. J. Solnit. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    35. Arlow. J. A. (1969) Fantasy, memory and reality testing. PQ, 38.
    36. Arlow. J. A. (1969) Unconscious fantasy and disturbances of mental experience. PQ, 38.
    37. Arlow. J. A. (1970) The psychopathology of the psychoses. IJP, 51.
    38. Arlow. J. A. (1975) The structural hypothesis. PQ, 44.
    39. Arlow. J. A. (1977) Affects and the psychoanalytic situation. IJP, 58.
    40. Arlow. J. A. (1979) Metaphor and the psychoanalytic situation. PQ, 48.
    41. Arlow. J. A. (1979) The genesis of interpretation. JAPA, 27 (suppl.).
    42. Arlow. J. A. (1982) Problems of the superego concept. PSOC, 37.
    43. Arlow. J. A. (1984) Disturbances of the sense of time. PQ, 53.
    44. Arlow. J. A. (1985) Some technical problems of countertransference. PQ, 54.
    45. Arlow, J. A. & Brenner, C. (1963) Psychoanalytic Concepts and the Structural Theory, New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    46. Arlow, J. A. & Brenner, C. (1969) The psychopathology of the psychoses. IJP, 50.
    47. Asch, S. S. (1966) Depression. PSOC, 21.
    48. Asch, S. S. (1976) Varieties of negative therapeutic reactions and problems of technique. JAPA, 24.
    49. Atkins, N. (1970) The Oedipus myth. Adolescence, and the succession of generations. JAPA, 18.
    50. Atkinson, J. W. & Birch, D. (1970) The Dynamics of Action. New York: Wiley.
    51. Bachrach, H. M. & Leaff, L. A. (1978) Analyzability. JAPA, 26.
    52. Bacon, C. (1956) A developmental theory of female homosexuality. In: Perversions,ed, S. Lorand & M. Balint. New York: Gramercy.
    53. Bak, R. C. (1953) Fetishism. JAPA. 1.
    54. Bak, R. C. (1968) The phallic woman. PSOC, 23.
    55. Bak, R. C. & Stewart, W. A. (1974) Fetishism, transvestism, and voyeurism. An American Handbook of Psychiatry, ed. S. Arieti. New York: Basic Books, vol. 3.
    56. Balint, A. (1949) Love for mother and mother-love. IJP, 30.
    57. Balter, L., Lothane, Z. & Spencer, J. H. (1980) On the analyzing instrument, PQ, 49.
    58. Basch, M. F. (1973) Psychoanalysis and theory formation. Ann. Psychoanal., 1.
    59. Basch, M. F. (1976) The concept of affect. JAPA, 24.
    60. Basch, M. F. (1981) Selfobject disorders and psychoanalytic theory. JAPA, 29.
    61. Basch, M. F. (1983) Emphatic understanding. JAPA. 31.
    62. Balldry, F. Character. PMC. Forthcoming.
    63. Balldry, F. (1983) The evolution of the concept of character in Freud's writings. JAPA. 31.
    64. Begelman, D. A. (1971) Misnaming, metaphors, the medical model and some muddles. Psychiatry, 34.
    65. Behrends, R. S. & Blatt, E. J. (1985) Internalization and psychological development throughout the life cycle. PSOC, 40.
    66. Bell, A. (1961) Some observations on the role of the scrotal sac and testicles JAPA, 9.
    67. Benedeck, T. (1949) The psychosomatic implications of the primary unit. Amer. J. Orthopsychiat., 19.
    68. Beres, C. (1958) Vicissitudes of superego functions and superego precursors in childhood. FSOC, 13.
    69. Beres, D. Conflict. PMC. Forthcoming.
    70. Beres, D. (1956) Ego deviation and the concept of schizophrenia. PSOC, 11.
    71. Beres, D. (1960) Perception, imagination and reality. IJP, 41.
    72. Beres, D. (1960) The psychoanalytic psychology of imagination. JAPA, 8.
    73. Beres, D. & Joseph, E. D. (1965) Structure and function in psychoanalysis. IJP, 46.
    74. Beres, D. (1970) The concept of mental representation in psychoanalysis. IJP, 51.
    75. Berg, M D. (1977) The externalizing transference. IJP, 58.
    76. Bergeret, J. (1985) Reflection on the scientific responsi bilities of the International Psychoanalytical Association. Memorandum distributed at 34th IPA Congress, Humburg.
    77. Bergman, A. (1978) From mother to the world outside. In: Grolnick et. al. (1978).
    78. Bergmann, M. S. (1980) On the intrapsychic function of falling in love. PQ, 49.
    79. Berliner, B. (1966) Psychodynamics of the depressive character. Psychoanal. Forum, 1.
    80. Bernfeld, S. (1931) Zur Sublimierungslehre. Imago, 17.
    81. Bibring, E. (1937) On the theory of the therapeutic results of psychoanalysis. IJP, 18.
    82. Bibring, E. (1941) The conception of the repetition compulsion. PQ, 12.
    83. Bibring, E. (1953) The mechanism of depression. In: Affective Disorders, ed. P. Greenacre. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    84. Bibring, E. (1954) Psychoanalysis and the dynamic psychotherapies. JAPA, 2.
    85. Binswanger, H. (1963) Positive aspects of the animus. Zьrich: Spring.
    86. Bion Francesca Abingdon: Fleetwood Press.
    87. Bion, W. R. (1952) Croup dynamics. IJP, 33.
    88. Bion, W. R. (1961) Experiences in Groups. London: Tavistock.
    89. Bion, W. R. (1962) A theory of thinking. IJP, 40.
    90. Bion, W. R. (1962) Learning from Experience. London: William Heinemann.
    91. Bion, W. R. (1963) Elements of Psychoanalysis. London: William Heinemann.
    92. Bion, W. R. (1965) Transformations. London: William Heinemann.
    93. Bion, W. R. (1970) Attention and Interpretation. London: Tavistock.
    94. Bion, W. R. (1985) All My Sins Remembered, ed. Francesca Bion. Adingdon: Fleetwood Press.
    95. Bird, B. (1972) Notes on transference. JAPA, 20.
    96. Blanck, G. & Blanck, R. (1974) Ego Psychology. New York: Columbia Univ. Press.
    97. Blatt, S. J. (1974) Levels of object representation in anaclitic and introjective depression. PSOC, 29.
    98. Blau, A. (1955) A unitary hypothesis of emotion. PQ, 24.
    99. Bleuler, E. (1911) Dementia Praecox or the Group of Schizophrenias. New York: Int. Univ. Press, 1951.
    100. Blos, P. (1954) Prolonged adolescence. Amer. J. Orthopsychiat., 24.
    101. Blos, P. (1962) On Adolescence. New York: Free Press.
    102. Blos, P. (1972) The epigenesia of the adult neurosis. 27.
    103. Blos, P. (1979) Modification in the traditional psychoanalytic theory of adolescent development. Adolescent Psychiat., 8.
    104. Blos, P. (1984) Son and father. JAPA_. 32.
    105. Blum, G. S. (1963) Prepuberty and adolescence, In Studies ed. R. E. Grinder. New York: McMillan.
    106. Blum, H. P. Symbolism. FMC. Forthcoming.
    107. Blum, H. P. (1976) Female Psychology. JAPA, 24 (suppl.).
    108. Blum, H. P. (1976) Masochism, the ego ideal and the psychology of women. JAPA, 24 (suppl.).
    109. Blum, H. P. (1980) The value of reconstruction in adult psychoanalysis. IJP, 61.
    110. Blum, H. P. (1981) Forbidden quest and the analytic ideal. PQ, 50.
    111. Blum, H. P. (1983) Defense and resistance. Foreword. JAFA, 31.
    112. Blum, H. P., Kramer, Y., Richards, A. K. & Richards, A. D., eds. (1988) Fantasy, Myth and Reality: Essays in Honor of Jacob A. Arlow. Madison, Conn.: Int. Univ. Press.
    113. Boehm, F. (1930) The femininity-complex In men. IJP,11.
    114. Boesky, D. Structural theory. PMC. Forthcoming.
    115. Boesky, D. (1973) Deja raconte as a screen defense. PQ, 42.
    116. Boesky, D. (1982) Acting out. IJP, 63.
    117. Boesky, D. (1986) Questions about Sublimation In Psychoanalysis the Science of Mental Conflict, ed. A. D. Richards & M. S. Willick. Hillsdale, N. J.: Analytic Press.
    118. Bornstein, B. (1935) Phobia in a 2 1/2-year-old child. PQ, 4.
    119. Bornstein, B. (1951) On latency. PSOC, 6.
    120. Bornstein, M., ed. (1983) Values and neutrality in psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Inquiry, 3.
    121. Bowlby, J. (1960) Grief and morning in infancy and early childhood. PSOC. 15.
    122. Bowlby, J. (1961) Process of mourning. IJP. 42.
    123. Bowlby, J. (1980) Attachment and Loss, vol. 3. New York: Basic Books.
    124. Bradlow, P. A. (1973) Depersonalization, ego splitting, non-human fantasy and shame. IJP, 54.
    125. Brazelton, T. B., Kozlowsky, B. & Main, M. (1974) The early motherinfant interaction. In: The Effect of the Infant on Its Caregiver, ed. M. Lewis & L. Rosenblum New York Wiley.
    126. Brenner, C. (1957) The nature and development of the concept of repression in Freud's writings. PSOC, 12.
    127. Brenner, C. (1959) The masochistic character. JAPA, 7.
    128. Brenner, C. (1973) An Elementary Textbook of Psycho-analysis. New York Int. Univ. Press.
    129. Brenner, C. (1974) On the nature and development of affects PQ, 43.
    130. Brenner, C. (1976) Psychoanalytic Technique and Psychic Conflict. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    131. Brenner, C. (1979) The Mind in Conflict. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    132. Brenner, C. (1979) Working alliance, therapeutic alliance and transference. JAPA, 27.
    133. Brenner, C. (1981) Defense and defense mechanisms. PQ, 50.
    134. Brenner, C. (1983) Defense. In: the Mind in Conflict. New York Int. Univ. Press.
    135. Bressler, B. (1965) The concept of the self. Psychoanalytic Review, 52.
    136. Breuer, J. & Freud, S. (1983—95) Studies on Hysteria. SE, 3.
    137. Breznitz, S., ed. (1983) The Denial of Stress. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    138. Brody, S. (1964) Passivity. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    139. Brown, H. (1970) Psycholinquistics. New York: Free Press.
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    141. Bruner, J., Jolly, A. & Sylva, K. (1976) Play. New York Basic Books.
    142. Bruner, J. E., Olver, R. R. &Greenfield, P. M. (1966) Studies in Cognitive Growth. New York: Wiley.
    143. Buie, D H. (1981) Empathy. JAPA, 29.
    144. Burgner, M. & Edgeumble, R. (1972) Some problems in the conceptualization of early object relationships. PSOC, 27.
    145. Call, J. ed. (1979) Basic Handbook of Child Psychiatry. New York: Basic Books.
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    148. Chassequet-Smirgel, J. (1978) Reflections on the connection between perversion and sadism. IJP, 59.
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    155. Darwin, C. (1874) The Descent of Man. New York: Hurst.
    156. Davidoff-Hirsch, H. (1985) Oedipal and preoedipal phenomena. JAPA, 33.
    157. Davis, M. & Wallbridge, D. (1981) Boundary and Space. New York: Brunner-Mazel.
    158. Deutsch, H. (1932) Homosexuality in women. PQ, 1.
    159. Deutsch, H. (1934) Some forms of emotional disturbance and their relationship to schizophrenia. PQ, 11.
    160. Deutsch, H. (1937) Absence of grief. PQ, 6.
    161. Deutsch, H. (1942) Some forms of emotional disturbance and their relationship to schizophrenia. PQ, 11.
    162. Deutsch, H. (1955) The impostor. In: Neuroses and Character Types. New York: Int. Univ. Press, 1965.
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    164. Dewald, P. (1982) Psychoanalytic perspectives On resistance. In: resistance, Psychodynamics. and Behavioral Approaches, ed. P. Wachtel. New York: Plenum Press.
    165. Dickes, R. (1963) Fetishistic behavior. JAPA. 11.
    166. Dickes, R. (1965) The defensive function of an altered state of consciousness. JAPA, 13.
    167. Dickes, R. (1967) Severe regressive disruption of the therapeutic alliance. JAPA, 15.
    168. Dickes, R. (1981) Sexual myths and misinformation. In: Understanding Human Behaviour in Health and Illness, ed. R. C. Simon & H. Pardes. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.
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    170. Downey, T. W. (1978) Transitional phenomena in the analysis of early adolescent males. PSOC, 33.
    171. Dunbar, F. (1954) Emotions and Bodily Functions. New York: Columbia Univ. Press.
    172. Easson, W. M. (1973) The earliest ego development, primitive memory traces, and the Isakower phenomenon. PQ, 42.
    173. Edelheit, H. (1971) Mythopoiesis and the primal scene. Psychoanal. Study Society, 5.
    174. Edgcumbe, R. & Burgner, M. (1972) Some problems in the conceptualization of early object relation ships, part I. PSOC, 27.
    175. Edgcumbe, R. & Burgner, M. (1975) The phallicnarcissistic phase. PSOC, 30.
    176. Eidelberg, L. (1960) A third contribution to the study of slips of the tongue. IJP, 41.
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    178. Eissler, K. R. (1953) The effect of the structure of the ego on psychoanalytic technique. JAPA, 1.
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    184. Engel, G. L. (1967) Psychoanalytic theory of somatic disorder. JAPA, 15.
    185. Engel, G. L. (1968) A reconsideration of the role of conversion in somatic disease. Compr. Psychiat., 94.
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    189. Erikson, E. H. (1950) Childhood and Society. New York: Norton.
    190. Erikson, E. H. (1956) The concept of ego identity. JAPA, 4.
    191. Erikson, E. H. (1956) The problem of ego identity. JAPA, 4.
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    193. Esman, A. H. (1975) The Psychology of Adolescence. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    194. Esman, A. H. (1979) Some reflections on boredom. JAPA, 27.
    195. Esman, A. H. (1983) The "stimulus barrier": a review and reconsideration. PSOC, 38.
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    210. Fink, P. J. (1970) Correlation between "actual" neurosis and the work of Masters and Johson. P. Q, 39.
    211. Finkenstein, L. (1975) Awe premature ejaculation. P. Q, 44.
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    214. Fisher, C. et. al. (1968) Cycle of penile erection synchronous with dreaming (REM) sleep. Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 12.
    215. Fliess, R. (1942) The metapsychology of the analyst. PQ, 12.
    216. Fliess, R. (1953) The Revival of Interest in the Dream. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    217. Fodor, N. & Gaynor, F. (1950) Freud: Dictionary of Psycho-analysis. New York: Philosophical Library.
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    221. Frank, A. Metapsychology. PMS. Forthcoming.
    222. Frank, A. & Muslin, H. (1967) The development of Freud's concept of primal repression. PSOC, 22.
    223. Frank, H. (1977) Dynamic patterns for failure in college students. Can. Psychiat. Ass. J., 22.
    224. French, T. & Fromm, E. (1964) Dream Interpretation. New York: Basic Books.
    225. Freud, A. (1936) The Ego and the Mechanisms of Defense. New York Int. Univ. Press.
    226. Freud, A. (1951) Observations on child development. PSOC, 6.
    227. Freud, A. (1952) The mutual influences in the development of ego and id. WAF, 4.
    228. Freud, A. (1958) Adolescence. WAF, 5.
    229. Freud, A. (1962) Assessment of childhood disturbances. PSOC, 17.
    230. Freud, A. (1962) Comments on psychic trauma. In: Furst (1967).
    231. Freud, A. (1963) The concept of developmental lines. PSOC, 18.
    232. Freud, A. (1965) Assessment of pathology, part 2. WAF, 6.
    233. Freud, A. (1965) Normality and Pathology in Childhood. New York: Int. Univ. Press.
    234. Freud, A. (1970) The infantile neurosis. WAF, 7.
    235. Freud, A. (1971) Comments on aggression. IJP, 53.
    236. Freud, A. (1971) The infantile neurosis. PSOC, 26.
    237. Freud, A. (1981) Insight. PSOC, 36.
    238. Freud, S. (1887—1902) Letters to Wilhelm Fliess. New York: Basic Books, 1954.
    239. Freud, S. (1891) On the interpretation of the aphasias. SE, 3.
    240. Freud, S. (1893—95) Studies on hysteria. SE, 2.
    241. Freud, S. (1894) The neuropsychoses of defence. SE, 3.
    242. Freud, S. (1895) On the ground for detaching a particular syndrome from neurasthenia under the description "anxiety neurosis". SE, 3.
    243. Freud, S. (1895) Project for a scientific psychology. SE, 1.
    244. Freud, S. (1896) Draft K, Jameary 1, 1896, Neuroses of defense (A Christmas fairytale). In: Extracts from the Fliess papers (1892—99).
    245. Freud, S. (1896) Further remarks on the neuropsychosis of defense. SE, 3.
    246. Freud, S. (1896) Heredity and aetiology of neurosis. SE, 3.
    247. Freud, S. (1898) Sexuality in the aetiology of the neurosis. SE, 3.
    248. Freud, S. (1899) Screen memories. SE, 3.
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  • 3 генератор

    ( колебаний) driver, emitter, energizer, oscillator, generator, producer
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    генера́тор м.
    включа́ть генера́тор на нагру́зку — cause a generator to pick up (the) load
    генера́тор возбужда́ется — the generator builds up
    в слу́чае вы́хода генера́тора из стро́я … — upon loss of a generator …
    генера́тор выде́рживает нагру́зку (напр. номинальную) [m2]в тече́ние … — the generator carries its (e. g., rated) load for …
    генера́тор искри́т под щё́тками — the generator sparks under the brushes
    генера́торы нагружа́ются равноме́рно ( при параллельной работе) — the generators divide the load well
    генера́тор нагру́жен норма́льно ( при параллельной работе) — the generator takes its share of load
    генера́тор начина́ет возбужда́ться — the generator picks up
    генера́тор недогру́жен ( при параллельной работе) — the generator takes less than its share of the load
    генера́тор перегру́жен ( при параллельной работе) — the generator takes more than its share of the load
    генера́тор перехо́дит в режи́м электродви́гателя — the generator goes motoring
    генера́тор рабо́тает на холосто́м ходу́ — the generator operates at no load
    генера́тор рабо́тает паралле́льно с … — the generator operates in parallel with …
    разгоня́ть генера́тор — allow a generator to come up to speed, bring up a generator to speed
    генера́торы синхронизи́рованы ( при параллельной работе) — the generators are in synchronism
    синхронизи́ровать генера́торы по загора́нию ламп — synchronize the generators by the light-lamp method, synchronize light
    синхронизи́ровать генера́торы по погаса́нию ламп — synchronize the generators by the dark-lamp method, synchronize dark
    ста́вить генера́тор под нагру́зку — throw a generator on (the) load
    возбужда́ть генера́тор — drive an oscillator
    запуска́ть генера́тор — activate [enable, turn on] an oscillator
    настра́ивать генера́тор измене́нием ё́мкости — tune an oscillator capacitively [by varying the tuned-circuit capacitance]
    настра́ивать генера́тор измене́нием индукти́вности — tune an oscillator inductively [by varying the tuned-circuit inductance]
    генера́тор начина́ет генери́ровать — the oscillator is kicked into oscillations
    отключа́ть генера́тор — disable [turn off] an oscillator
    переводи́ть генера́тор в двухта́ктный режи́м — convert an oscillator to push-pull operation
    генера́тор постро́ен на ла́мпе …— the oscillator uses [is based on, is built around] a … valve
    генера́тор постро́ен по схе́ме (напр. ёмкостной трёхточки) — the oscillator is (set up as) a … (e. g., Colpitts circuit)
    генера́тор раска́чивается — the oscillator is building [builds] up (oscillation)
    синхронизи́ровать генера́тор какой-л. частото́й — lock an oscillator to a frequency
    срыва́ть колеба́ния в генера́торе — quench [turn off] an oscillator
    авари́йный генера́тор — emergency generator
    асинхро́нный генера́тор — induction generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор — acetylene generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор систе́мы «вода́ на карби́д» — water-to-carbide acetylene generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор систе́мы вытесне́ния — recession(-type) acetylene generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор систе́мы «карби́д в во́ду» — carbide-to-water acetylene generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор систе́мы погруже́ния — dipping(-type) acetylene generator
    ацетиле́новый генера́тор сухо́го ти́па — dry-residue acetylene generator
    аэрозо́льный генера́тор — aerosol generator, fogger
    бала́нсный генера́тор — balanced oscillator
    генера́тор бегу́щей волны́ — traveling-wave-tube [TWT] oscillator
    бесколле́кторный генера́тор — brushless generator
    бесщё́точный генера́тор — brushless generator
    генера́тор бие́ний — beat-frequency oscillator
    брызгозащищё́нный [брызгонепроница́емый] генера́тор — splash-proof generator
    генера́тор Ван-де-Гра́афа — Van de Graaf [(electrostatic) belt] generator
    вертика́льный генера́тор — vertical-shaft generator
    генера́тор видеочастоты́ — video-frequency signal generator
    генера́тор возбужда́ющих и́мпульсов — drive-pulse generator, driver
    вольтодоба́вочный генера́тор — booster (generator)
    вспомога́тельный генера́тор — auxiliary generator
    генера́тор вызывно́го то́ка — ringing generator
    генера́тор высо́кой частоты́
    1. (исходный или задающий источник в. ч. колебаний) radio-frequency oscillator
    2. (блок, включающий задающий в. ч. генератор, усилители, множители частоты и т. п.) radio-frequency generator
    га́нновский генера́тор — Gunn(-effect) oscillator
    генера́тор гармо́ник ( не путать с генера́торами гармони́ческих или синусоида́льных колеба́ний) — harmonic generator (not to be confused with a harmonic or sinusoidal oscillator)
    гетерополя́рный генера́тор — cross-field [heteropolar] generator
    гла́вный генера́тор мор.propulsion generator
    генера́тор гла́вных синхронизи́рующих и́мпульсов — master clock
    гомополя́рный генера́тор — homopolar generator
    горизонта́льный генера́тор — horizontal-shaft generator
    двухко́нтурный генера́тор — tuned-input, tuned-output oscillator
    двухполя́рный генера́тор — bipolar generator
    двухта́ктный генера́тор — push-pull oscillator
    джозефсо́новский генера́тор — Josephson source
    диапазо́нный генера́тор — variable-frequency oscillator, VFO
    динатро́нный генера́тор — dynatron oscillator
    дугово́й генера́тор — arc converter
    ё́мкостно-резисти́вный генера́тор — RC-oscillator
    задаю́ший генера́тор — master oscillator
    генера́тор заде́ржанных и́мпульсов — delayed pulse oscillator
    генера́тор заде́ржки — delay generator
    генера́тор за́днего полустро́ба — late-gate generator
    закры́тый генера́тор — (totally) enclosed generator
    запира́ющий генера́тор — blanking-pulse generator
    заря́дный генера́тор — charging generator
    звуково́й генера́тор — audio-signal [tone] generator
    генера́тор звуково́й частоты́ — audio-signal [tone] generator, audio(-frequency) oscillator
    генера́тор звуково́й частоты́, вызывно́й — voice-frequency ringing generator, low-frequency signalling set
    зу́ммерный генера́тор — buzzer oscillator
    измери́тельный генера́тор — ( без модуляции выходного сигнала) test oscillator; ( с модуляцией выходного сигнала) signal generator
    генера́тор и́мпульсного напряже́ния — high-voltage impulse generator
    генера́тор и́мпульсного то́ка — surge current generator
    и́мпульсный генера́тор (источник колебаний, генерирующий под воздействием собственных или внешних импульсов) — pulse oscillator
    и́мпульсный, хрони́рованный генера́тор — timed pulse oscillator
    генера́тор и́мпульсов (любой источник управляемых последовательностей импульсов, в том числе механический, электромеханический, электронный и т. п.) — pulse generator, pulser
    генера́тор и́мпульсов за́данной фо́рмы — pulse waveform generator
    генера́тор и́мпульсов, маломо́щный — low-level pulser
    генера́тор и́мпульсов, ма́тричный — matrix-type pulse generator
    генера́тор и́мпульсов, мо́щный — power pulser
    генера́тор и́мпульсов, электро́нный — electronic pulse generator
    генера́тор инду́кторного вы́зова — subharmonic generator, ringing converter
    инду́кторный генера́тор — inductor generator
    интегра́льный генера́тор — integrated(-circuit) oscillator
    интерполяцио́нный генера́тор — interpolation oscillator
    искрово́й генера́тор ( напр. для индукционного нагрева) — spark-gap converter (e. g., for induction heating)
    генера́тор ка́дровой развё́ртки — vertical-scanning [frame-scan, frame-sweep, vertical sweep] generator [circuit]
    калибро́вочный генера́тор — calibration oscillator
    камерто́нный генера́тор — tuning-fork oscillator
    генера́тор кача́ющейся частоты́ [ГКЧ] — sweep-frequency [swept-frequency] generator; ( без конкретизации типа) swept-signal source
    генера́тор кача́ющейся частоты́ осуществля́ет кача́ние ( в пределах нужного диапазона) — the swept-frequency source sweeps (across the frequency range of interest)
    квадрату́рный генера́тор — quadrature oscillator
    ква́нтовый генера́тор — quantum-mechanical oscillator
    ква́нтовый генера́тор ИК-диапазо́на — infrared [IR] laser, iraser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор [ОКГ] — laser (см. тж. лазер)
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор бегу́щей волны́ — travelling wave laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий жи́дкостный генера́тор — liquid laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий и́мпульсный генера́тор — pulse(d) laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий инжекцио́нный генера́тор — injection laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий ио́нный генера́тор — ion(ic) (gas) laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий комбинацио́нный генера́тор — Raman laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий молекуля́рный генера́тор — molecular laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий монои́мпульсный генера́тор — giant-pulse laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор на пигме́нтах — dye laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор на руби́не — ruby laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор на стекле́ с неоди́мом — Nd glass laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий полупроводнико́вый генера́тор — semiconduction laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий регенерати́вный генера́тор — cavity laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор с модуля́цией добро́тности — Q-switched laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор с непреры́вным режи́мом генера́ции — CW laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий генера́тор с электро́нной нака́чкой — electron-beam-pumped laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий твердоте́льный генера́тор — solid-state laser
    ква́нтовый, опти́ческий хими́ческий генера́тор — chemical laser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ(-диапазо́на) — maser (см. тж. мазер)
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, акусти́ческий — acoustic maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, га́зовый — gas maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, и́мпульсный — pulse(d) maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ не аммиа́ке — ammonia gas maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ на осно́ве циклотро́нного резона́нса — cyclotron resonance [electron cyclotron] maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ на порошке́ — powder maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ на пучке́ моле́кул — molecular-beam maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ на руби́не — ruby maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, полупроводнико́вый — semiconductor maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, регенерати́вный — cavity maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, регенерати́вный отража́тельный — reflection-type cavity maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, регенерати́вный
    проходно́й генера́тор — transmission-type cavity maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, полупроводнико́вый — semiconductor maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ с интерферо́метром Фабри́—Перо́ — Fabry-Perot maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ с опти́ческой нака́чкой — optically pumped maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, твердоте́льный — solid-state maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор СВЧ, фоно́нный — phonon maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор с нака́чкой ла́зером — laser pumped maser
    ква́нтовый генера́тор субмиллиметро́вого диапазо́на — submillimeter (wave) maser, smaser
    ква́рцевый генера́тор — crystal oscillator
    клистро́нный генера́тор
    1. (источник сигнала, подсоединён прямо к волноводу) klystron generator
    2. (источник высокочастотных колебаний, напр. гетеродин) klystron oscillator
    когере́нтный генера́тор — coherent oscillator, Coho
    генера́тор (колеба́ний) с вне́шним возбужде́нием — radio-frequency [r.f.] power amplifier
    кольцево́й генера́тор — ring oscillator
    генера́тор компенса́ции парази́тных сигна́лов передаю́щей тру́бки тлв.shading generator
    генера́тор компенса́ции тё́много пятна́ тлв.shading(-correction) generator
    генера́тор коро́тких и́мпульсов — narrow-pulse generator
    ла́мповый генера́тор — брит. valve oscillator; амер. vacuum-tube oscillator
    генера́тор лине́йно-возраста́ющего напряже́ния ( [m2]то́ка) — saw-tooth (voltage, current) generator
    генера́тор лине́йно-па́дающего напряже́ния ( [m2]то́ка) — phantastron
    магнетро́нный генера́тор — magnetron oscillator
    магнитогидродинами́ческий генера́тор — magnetohydrodynamic [MHD] generator, magneto-fluid-dynamic [MFD] generator
    магнитогидродинами́ческий генера́тор на неравнове́сной пла́зме — non-equilibrium magnetohydrodynamic generator
    магнитострикцио́нный генера́тор — magnetostriction oscillator
    магнитоэлектри́ческий генера́тор — permanent-magnet generator
    генера́тор масшта́бных ме́ток да́льности — calibration mark(er) generator
    генера́тор ме́ток вре́мени — time-mark generator
    генера́тор ме́ток да́льности — range-mark(er) generator
    многото́ковый генера́тор — multiple-current generator
    генера́тор, модели́рующий диагра́мму напра́вленности — beam-pattern generator
    молекуля́рный генера́тор — molecular-beam maser
    надтона́льный генера́тор (в синтезаторах частоты, возбудителях дискретного спектра и т. п.) — interpolation oscillator
    генера́тор нака́чки — pump oscillator; ( параметрического усилителя) pump
    генера́тор на кре́мниевом дио́де, транзи́сторах, R и C и т. п. — silicon-diode, transistor, RC-, etc. oscillator
    генера́тор на то́пливных элеме́нтах — fuel-cell generator
    генера́тор незатуха́ющих колеба́ний — continuous-wave [CW] oscillator
    генера́тор нейтро́нов — neutron generator
    генера́тор несу́щей частоты́ — ( в ВЧ телефонии) carrier oscillator; ( в системах на боковых частотах) carrier generator
    неявнопо́люсный генера́тор — implicit-pole generator
    генера́тор ни́зкой частоты́ — audio(-frequency) oscillator; audio signal generator
    генера́тор одино́чных и́мпульсов — single-pulse generator
    опо́рный генера́тор ( в синтезаторах частоты и возбудителях дискретного спектра) — frequency standard (assembly)
    опо́рный генера́тор явля́ется исто́чником высокостаби́льной опо́рной частоты́, на осно́ве кото́рой получа́ются все остальны́е часто́ты, испо́льзуемые в радиоста́нции — the frequency standard produces an accurate, stable reference frequency upon which all frequencies used in the radio set are based
    генера́тор па́ра — steam generator
    параметри́ческий генера́тор — parametric oscillator
    генера́тор па́чек и́мпульсов — pulse-burst [series] generator
    педа́льный генера́тор — foot-operated [pedal] generator
    генера́тор пе́ны горн.froth generator
    генера́тор пере́днего полустро́ба — early-gate generator
    генера́тор переме́нного то́ка — alternating current [a.c.] generator, alternator
    генера́тор переме́нного то́ка, многочасто́тный — multifrequency alternator
    генера́тор пилообра́зного напряже́ния ( [m2]то́ка) — saw-tooth voltage (current) generator
    генера́тор пла́вного диапазо́на — variable frequency oscillator, VFO
    пла́зменный генера́тор — plasma oscillator
    генера́тор пла́змы, дугово́й — arc plasma generator
    генера́тор повы́шенной частоты́ — rotary frequency changer, rotary changer converter
    генера́тор погружно́го исполне́ния — submerged [submersible] generator
    погружно́й генера́тор — submerged [submersible] generator
    генера́тор постоя́нного то́ка — direct-current [d.c.] generator
    генера́тор по схе́ме ё́мкостной трёхто́чки — Colpitts oscillator
    генера́тор по схе́ме индукти́вной трёхто́чки — Hartley oscillator
    генера́тор по схе́ме моста́ Ви́на — Wien-bridge oscillator
    генера́тор по схе́ме Ше́мбеля — electron-coupled oscillator, ECO
    генера́тор преры́вистого де́йствия — chopping oscillator
    генера́тор прямоуго́льных и́мпульсов — square-wave generator
    генера́тор псевдослуча́йной после́довательности — PR sequence generator
    генера́тор пусковы́х и́мпульсов — trigger(-pulse) generator
    генера́тор равновероя́тных цифр — equiprobable number generator
    генера́тор развё́ртки — брит. time-base (generator), time-base circuit; амер. sweep generator
    генера́тор развё́ртки да́льности — range-sweep generator
    реакти́вный генера́тор — reluctance generator
    резе́рвный генера́тор — stand-by generator
    релаксацио́нный генера́тор — relaxation oscillator
    генера́тор релаксацио́нных колеба́ний — relaxation oscillator
    реле́йный генера́тор — relay pulse generator
    самовозбужда́ющийся генера́тор — self-excited generator
    самохрони́рующийся генера́тор — self-pulsed oscillator
    генера́тор сантиметро́вого диапазо́на — SHF oscillator
    генера́тор с вну́тренней самовентиля́цией — built-in-fan-cooled generator
    генера́тор с водоро́дным охлажде́нием — hydrogen-cooled generator
    генера́тор СВЧ ( не путать с генера́тором сантиметро́вого диапазо́на) — microwave oscillator (not to be confused with SHF oscillator)
    сельси́нный генера́тор — synchro generator
    генера́тор се́тки часто́т — (frequency) spectrum generator
    генера́тор се́тки часто́т с ша́гом 10 кГц — a 10 kHz spectrum generator
    генера́тор сигна́лов — signal generator
    генера́тор сигна́лов, часто́тно-модули́рованный — FM signal generator
    генера́тор си́мволов — symbol generator
    генера́тор синусоида́льных колеба́ний ( не путать с генера́тором гармо́ник) — harmonic [sinusoidal] oscillator (not to be confused with harmonic generator)
    генера́тор синхрои́мпульсов тлв. — synchronizing(-signal) [sync] generator
    синхро́нный генера́тор
    1. эл. synchronous generator
    2. радио, тлв. locked oscillator
    генера́тор с и́скровым возбужде́нием — spark-excited oscillator
    генера́тор с ква́рцевой стабилиза́цией — crystal-controlled oscillator
    генера́тор с колеба́тельным ко́нтуром в цепи́ ано́да — брит. tuned-anode oscillator; амер. tuned-plate oscillator
    генера́тор с колеба́тельным ко́нтуром в цепи́ ано́да и се́тки — брит. tuned-anode, tuned-grid [TATG] oscillator; амер. tuned-grid, tuned-plate [TGTP] oscillator
    генера́тор с колеба́тельным ко́нтуром в цепи́ се́тки — tuned-grid oscillator
    генера́тор случа́йных сигна́лов ( в информационных системах) — random-signal generator
    генера́тор случа́йных собы́тий — random event generator, randomizer
    генера́тор случа́йных чи́сел мат. — random number generator, randomizer
    генера́тор с нару́жной самовентиля́цией — built-in blower-cooled generator
    генера́тор с незави́симым возбужде́нием
    1. эл. separately excited generator
    2. радио r.f. power amplifier
    генера́тор с незави́симым охлажде́нием — separate fan-cooled generator
    генера́тор с непо́лным включе́нием колеба́тельного ко́нтура — tapped-down oscillator
    генера́тор с нея́вно вы́раженными полюса́ми — non-salient pole generator
    генера́тор со́бственных нужд (станции, подстанции и т. п.) — house generator
    генера́тор со скоростно́й модуля́цией — velocity-modulated oscillator
    генера́тор со сме́шанным возбужде́нием — compound generator
    генера́тор с отрица́тельной крутизно́й — negative-transconductance oscillator
    генера́тор с отрица́тельным сопротивле́нием — negative-resistance oscillator
    генера́тор с паралле́льным возбужде́нием — shunt(-wound) generator
    генера́тор с попере́чным по́лем — cross-field [heteropolar] generator
    генера́тор с после́довательным возбужде́нием — series(-wound) generator
    генера́тор с посторо́нним возбужде́нием — r.f. power amplifier
    генера́тор с постоя́нными магни́тами — permanent magnet generator
    генера́тор с продо́льным по́лем — homopolar generator
    генера́тор с протяжё́нным взаимоде́йствием — extended interaction oscillator
    генера́тор срыва́ющей частоты́ — quench(ing) oscillator
    генера́тор с самовозбужде́нием ( автогенератор) — self-excited [feedback] oscillator
    генера́тор, стабилизи́рованный ква́рцем — crystal-controlled oscillator
    генера́тор, стабилизи́рованный ли́нией — line-controlled oscillator
    генера́тор станда́ртных сигна́лов — standard-signal generator
    генера́тор с тормозя́щим по́лем — retarding-field [positive-grid] oscillator
    стоя́ночный генера́тор мор.harbour generator
    генера́тор строб-и́мпульсов — gate generator
    генера́тор стро́чной развё́ртки — horizontal-scanning [line-scan, line-sweep, horizontal-sweep] generator [circuit]
    стру́йный генера́тор — fluid oscillator
    генера́тор ступе́нчатой фу́нкции — step-function generator
    генера́тор субгармо́ник — subharmonic generator
    генера́тор с фа́зовым сдви́гом — phase-shift oscillator
    генера́тор с часто́тной модуля́цией — frequency-modulated oscillator
    генера́тор с электро́нной перестро́йкой частоты́ — voltage-tuned oscillator
    генера́тор с я́вно вы́раженными по́люсами — salient-pole generator
    генера́тор та́ктовых и́мпульсов — clock pulse-generator
    тахометри́ческий генера́тор — tacho(meter-)generator
    твердоте́льный генера́тор — solid-state oscillator
    теплово́й генера́тор — heat generator
    термоаэрозо́льный генера́тор — thermal aerosol generator
    термоэлектри́ческий генера́тор — thermoelectric generator
    термоэлектри́ческий, изото́пный генера́тор — isotopic thermoelectric generator
    термоэлектро́нный генера́тор — thermionic generator, thermionic converter
    тиратро́нный генера́тор — thyratron oscillator
    генера́тор тона́льного вы́зова — ( без конкретизации частоты) v.f. [voice-frequency] ringer; ( c точным указанием частоты) 2100-Hz ringer; 500-Hz ringer
    транзитро́нный генера́тор — transitron oscillator
    трёхто́чечный генера́тор ( обобщённое название) — impedance voltage divider oscillator
    трёхто́чечный генера́тор с ё́мкостной обра́тной свя́зью — Colpitts oscillator
    трёхто́чечный генера́тор с индукти́вной обра́тной свя́зью — Hartley oscillator
    трёхфа́зный генера́тор — three-phase generator
    генера́тор уда́рного возбужде́ния — shock-excited oscillator
    генера́тор уда́рных волн ав.shock-wave generator
    генера́тор у́зких строб-и́мпульсов — narrow gate [strobe-pulse] generator
    у́ксусный генера́тор — vinegar generator
    ультразвуково́й генера́тор — ultrasonic generator
    ультразвуково́й генера́тор для сня́тия на́кипи — ultrasonic descaler
    униполя́рный генера́тор — homopolar [unipolar] generator
    генера́тор, управля́емый напряже́нием — voltage-controlled oscillator, VCO
    фотоэлектри́ческий генера́тор — photoelectric generator
    генера́тор Хо́лла — Hall generator
    генера́тор хрони́рующий генера́тор — timing oscillator
    генера́тор чи́сел — number generator
    генера́тор ЧМ ( для измерений методом качающейся частоты) — sweep generator, swept-signal source
    генера́тор широ́ких строб-и́мпульсов — wide gate [strob-pulse] generator
    генера́тор шу́ма — noise generator
    эквивале́нтный генера́тор напряже́ния — constant-voltage generator (Thevenin equivalent)
    эквивале́нтный генера́тор то́ка — constant-current generator (Norton equivalent)
    электростати́ческий генера́тор — electrostatic generator
    электростати́ческий, ле́нточный генера́тор — belt-type electrostatic generator
    электростати́ческий, ро́торный генера́тор — rotary electrostatic generator
    электрофо́рный генера́тор — influence machine
    этало́нный генера́тор — reference [standard] oscillator
    явнопо́люсный генера́тор — explicit-pole generator
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