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List of Azerbaijani inventions and discoveries

 

List of Azerbaijani inventions and discoveries

Azerbaijani inventions and discoveries are inventions and discoveries by Azerbaijani scientists and researchers, both locally and while working at overseas research institutes.

Contents

  • Science 1
    • Chemistry 1.1
    • Construction 1.2
    • Mathematics 1.3
  • Defense 2
  • Culture 3
    • Folk music 3.1
    • Musical Instruments 3.2
  • Foods 4
  • References 5

Science

Chemistry

1904 oil well fire at Bibi-Eibat

Construction

  • Oil Stones - the first operating offshore oil platform in the world, incorporating numerous drilling platforms.

Mathematics

Defense

Culture

Folk music

Mugham performers in Baku. From left (tar, daf, kamancha)

Musical Instruments

  • Balaban - a cylindrical-bore, double-reed wind instrument.[9]
  • Tar - long-necked, waisted instrument.[10]

Foods

  • Dushbara a sort of dumplings of dough filled with ground meat and flavor.[11]
  • Qutab a thinly rolled dough that may be cooked briefly on a convex griddle.[12][13][14]

References

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  3. ^ Zadeh, L.A. (1965). "Fuzzy sets", Information and Control 8 (3): 338–353.
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  7. ^ Мейхана - это не «хулиганский жанр», а часть азербайджанского фольклора - режиссер Абдуль Махмудов (Russian)
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  9. ^ Музыкальная энциклопедия. Баламан. Под ред. Ю. В. Келдыш. Т 1. А — М.: Советская энциклопедия, 1973.
  10. ^ Four new items inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Unesco.org. Retrieved on 2013-01-01.
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  12. ^ Milli mətbəximiz, tarixi, səciyyəvi xüsusiyyətləri (Azerbaijani)
  13. ^ Кутабы (пирожки с зеленью) - азербайджанская кухня (Russian)
  14. ^ Азербайджанская кухня | Кутабы (Russian)
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