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A

كتف abutment
تسارع acceleration
شدة طيف التسارع acceleration spectrum intensity
تحكم تسارعي acceleration-controlled
سجل التسارع accelerogram
جهاز قياس التسارع accelerograph
مقياس التسارع accelerometer
ضغط ترابي فعال active earth pressure
فالق نشيط active fault
مشغل actuator
توابع الهزة الأرضية aftershocks
تضخيم amplification
يضخم amplify
سعة amplitude
سعة الحركة amplitude of motion
دالة تحليلية analytical function
كتلة الربط anchor block
حائط مربطي anchored bulkhead
ستارة صماء مربوطة anchored bulkhead
زاوية السقوط angle of incident
زاوية الانعكاس angle of reflection
زاوية الانكسار angle of refraction
مصدر مساحي areal source
مصفوفة array
تشوه غير زلزالي aseismic deformation
نسبة باعية aspect ratio

غلاف جوي atmosphere

وهن attenuation
ثقب augering
تباين ذاتي autocovariance
طيف ذاتي autospectra
جهد محوري axial stress
حقيقة axiom

B

عمود فقري backbone
ردم خلفي backfill
ضجيج خلفي background noise
عرض النطاق bandwidth
عائق barrier
اهتزاز القاعدة base shaking
قاع basin
خليج bay
حامل، سعة bearing
صخر تحتي أو صخر أساس bed rock
انحناء bend
انفصام تباعدي bilateral rupture
مناطق محجوبة blind zone
موجة باطنية body wave
ثاقب boring
حد ، طرف boundary
سطح الارتباط bounding surface
جدار مدعم braced wall
فترة محصورة bracketed duration
هش brittle
مبنى building
كود البناء building code
معامل بلك Bulk’s modulus

C

جدار كابولي cantilever wall
شد شعري capillary tension
تردد مركزي central frequency
ميل مركزي central tendency
طارد مركزي centrifuge
مركز متوسط centriod
زلزال مميز characteristic earthquake
شدة مميزة characteristic intensity
تردد دائري circular frequency
طين clay
تقفيلة coda
قدر التقفيلة coda magnitude
متماسك coherent
سطح الانهيار collapse surface
استهلاك تجمعي collectively exhaustive
حدث مكمل complementary event
حل مكمل complementary solution
مركب complex
رمز مركب complex notation
جساءة…...

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