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Synonyms for solidify

Synonyms for solidify

to make or become physically hard

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Nearly a decade ago, Solidify pioneered X-management RTL checks in collaboration with top multi-national semi-conductor firms.
As this remaining liquid mix continues to solidify at 217[degrees]C, the solder shrinks by about 4%.
Averant's flagship product Solidify is a complete formal verification tool which supports standard design and property languages: Verilog, VHDL, SVA, PSL.
With an integrated environment and the industry's leading and production-proven engines, the SEC capabilities in Solidify 5.
Solidify is now the first property checker to support the isunknown construct in SVA, PSL and HPL, for full three-state formal verification of properties.
Saphirus will bring their years of expertise selling functional verification methodologies in North America to the sales of Solidify.
Shrinkage porosity indicates a lack of feed metal reaching the place where it is needed--the last portion of the casting to solidify.
Regions of the casting which have the lowest modulus values solidify first, and those with the highest modulus values solidify last.
However, when the mixture is cooled and starts to solidify, it separates into two components.
If an entrapped gas bubble floats to the top of the mold cavity, the gas should permeate into the molding sand before the metal can solidify around it.
Thicker walls will solidify more slowly, which means they will feed solidifying thinner walls.
Solidify is the first formal tool to give users fine control over proofs to achieve the best use of computational resources.
As expected, balanced operations returned in fiscal 2005 following two consecutive years of drawdowns, and the recently strengthened fund balance policy should help the town preserve its fiscal equilibrium and further solidify its reserve levels.
Most alloys solidify over a temperature range that results in the co-existence of solid and liquid for a shorter or longer period during casting depending on the cooling rate and the solidification range.
We have a large number of Japanese customers relying on Solidify and it has become key technology for them.