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Synonyms for dissipate

Synonyms for dissipate

to cause to separate and go in various directions

to disappear by or as if by rising

to spend (money) excessively and usually foolishly

to use up foolishly or needlessly

Synonyms for dissipate

to cause to separate and go in different directions

spend frivolously and unwisely

live a life of pleasure, especially with respect to alcoholic consumption

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According to University of Warwick astrophysicist Khurom Kiyani, "The particles in this "collisionless plasma" may too spread out to collide with each other but this could indicate that they can, and do, interact with waves and surfing these ideal waves is what allows them to dissipate their energy.
High-performance CPUs typically have a dedicated fan and a heat sink to dissipate heat build-up.
Aavid Thermalloy designs, manufactures and distributes on a worldwide basis thermal management products that dissipate unwanted heat, which can degrade system performance and reliability, from microprocessors and industrial electronics products.
Engineered for ease of application on flat and crowned pulleys, its open design is said to dissipate dirt, water and material buildup.
Also from Milliken are Zelec electroconductive powders that dissipate static in plastics and coatings.
Visually the works of Barbara Muhlefluh and Karin Hochstatter are harmonious; both use ephemeral materials to create fixed points in space; neither can be placed in a known formal vocabulary--Muhlefluh through a combination of overdetermined yet crude objects, Hochstatter through the creation of forms with found materials that seem to dissipate in front of our eyes.
Damping is defined as a measure of the capacity of a material or structure to dissipate energy and is an inherent property of a material or structure.
With escalating medical costs, cancer treatment can dissipate savings.
Depending on the customer algorithms in the FPGAs, the board can dissipate over 90 watts of heat.
That is, these bases can absorb the radiation and quickly dissipate its energy, thus protecting the more vulnerable sugar-based backbone of RNA and DNA molecules.
For many consumer-electronic products, the ability to dissipate heat is critical.
The researchers found that when the rotation that results opposes an aircraft-trailing vortex, it can cause the vortex to dissipate more quickly than usual.
After the pulse ends, the remaining heat in the part is allowed to dissipate through the mass of mold steel.
Compared to multi-core microprocessors (MPUs) in the server market that dissipate tens of watts, the low-power MSC812x devices deliver an unmatched 2GHz and 8 giga multiply accumulates per second (GMACs) of DSP processing power while dissipating only 2 watts.
Much of the charged gas ejected doesn't dissipate immediately and becomes trapped in Earth's enormous magnetic field.