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Synonyms for melt

Synonyms for melt

to change from a solid to a liquid

to disappear gradually by or as if by dispersal of particles

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Synonyms for melt

the process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid

reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating

become or cause to become soft or liquid

become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial

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lose its distinct outline or shape

become less clearly visible or distinguishable

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become less intense and fade away gradually

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As noted in last month's column, if you have a melt pump, it may require a multi-channel data logger to plot screw speed, head pressure, and motor load to see the pattern.
Hot melts can be applied to papers from 23 gram to 185 gram, and up to 62-in.
one way to keep detrimental oxides from finding their way into your melt is to avoid putting the heel back into the furnace when you're pouring from a ladle.
When these elements are present in steel after the melt process, they are also known as residuals.
The melting mechanism is very difficult to model, particularly as it applies to predicting heat transfer within the rotating melt pool, spatial segregation of the melt pool from the solid pellet plug, and breakup and mixing of the solid pellet plug.
The temperature at which each candy melts is its melting point.
Various LLDPE resins of different molecular weights (melt indices), densities, comonomer types, and molecular weight distributions (MWD) were tested to evaluate the effect of polymer structure on melt strength behavior at several extrusion temperatures.
At the core of the Company's premium melt capacity expansion program will be an approximate 40 percent increase in its vacuum induction melting (VIM) capacity.
Injecting flux chemicals in a controlled, measured amount below the melt surface provides for more environmentally friendly, efficient usage.
Stretched crystallized rubber retracts less rapidly because time is required to melt crystallises.
But the heat energy used to melt the wax doesn't disappear.
In the short period of time that the Company has been in existence, it has served a rapidly growing number of customers, reflecting the popularity of our innovative gelato and crepe concept," said Clive Barwin, President & CEO of Melt Inc.
This is evident in the fact that when the injection plunger is operating and the shut-off valve between the extruder and plunger is closed, the plasticating extruder must be stopped, since the melt has no place to go.
Through the years the cupola has maintained its preeminence in the production of iron for castings because it consumes low cost scrap, uses a low cost fuel and is less susceptible to harmful impurities in the melt.
A Classic Reuben; Swiss Melt With Bacon and Artichoke Hearts; Smoky Southwestern Grill; Grilled Cheddar, Chutney, Sausage and Cilantro; Grilled Goat Cheese With Tapenade; Fresh Mozzarella, Prosciutto and Fig Jam; Grilled Jack on Rye With Green Olive Mustard - are just a few of the newfangled, mouth-watering combos in the books designed to spark your imagination and creativity.