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Multilingual Dictionary of Mechanics contais terms of classical and modern mechanics including 24 branches (nonlinear mechanics, computational mechanics, explosion mechanics, physical mechanics, physico-chemical mechanics, biomechanics, celestial mechanics, aeromechanics, photoelastic mechanics, rheology, experimental mechanics, similarity theory, etc) in the category of general mechanics, solid and fluid mechanics that represent mechanics and its adjacent disciplines.
The dictionary is designed for interpreters, scientists, technicians, experts and students.
Current version of the Polyglossum program allows one-step search through all the installed dictionaries. It is easy to search for cross-references and backward translations through all the dictionaries.
It is possible to search terms in Chinese, Japanese, Korean using both original alpabets and transliteration.
List of dictionaries for Polyglossum ver.4
Demo-version of the dictionary can be downloaded here: demo_mechanics_7l.zip
To view demo-dictionary Polyglossum ver.4.0 program should be installed.
Installer of Polyglossum ver.4.0 can be downloaded here:
See also Description of Polyglossum ver.4 program