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Synonyms for mesh

Synonyms for mesh

an open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals

something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

to come or bring together and interlock

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Synonyms for mesh

the number of openings per linear inch of a screen

contact by fitting together

the topology of a network whose components are all connected directly to every other component

the act of interlocking or meshing

keep engaged

coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively

work together in harmony

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entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh

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Meanwhile, the elastic modulus of the concrete was significantly reduced due to the elastic characteristics of coated welded wire mesh. Coated welded wire mesh tends to increase the strain of concrete, while maintaining the stress, which lead to lower elastic modulus.
Therefore, we believe that the low surface area of the cylindrical pellets was beneficial to the separation of the reduction products because the contact area between the pellets or between the pellets and the surface of the STS wire mesh cathode basket was relatively small; thus, the amount of residual salt on the contact surface was also small.
The first step of experimental work was cutting of wire mesh according to the size of specimen and binding the wire mesh with skeletal steel with the help of binding wire.
We are advising people to do whatever they can to protect their property, but wire mesh is not one of the suggestions we would make."
BX21, BX22--Two layers of chicken wire mesh and Ferro cement
Similarly, we propose to construct a detector module from one set of high-voltage plates, wire mesh grid and array of wire strip electrodes as depicted in Fig.
To find out more about this quirk, Goheen and colleagues equipped an enclosed polycarbonate box with a stainless steel negative ion source--or corona discharge--in the roof, an exhaust tube in one side to monitor ozone, and a grounded wire mesh just above the floor.
Products designed, supplied, and installed include shelving, mezzanines, loading-dock equipment, wire mesh partitions, lockers, and architectural products such as washroom partitions and accessories.
and they are able to handle the heavy loadings, which would Ire different from a wire mesh deck on a vibratory screen," he says.
Other counties, however are cursed with the grey variety, which often dig up and eat spring bulbs, even finding their way underneath wire mesh and other under-soil barriers above the bulbs.
Steel wire mesh is used in some applications because its melting point is so much higher than the pouring temperatures of aluminum (1400-1500F) or copper base (2000-2200F) alloys.
The use of automated shot blasting technology is very advanced in foundries, and Rosler have recently sold several of their RDGE wire mesh belt continuous flow blast machines into the automotive supply chain.
Most manufacturers also offer varieties of wire mesh as a cord-grip attachment.
The wire mesh safety barrier restricts access to the automated equipment, ensuring safety standards for workers nearby.