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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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In an ideal linear dissipater condition, m = 1 and J=[J.
The market also offers various options for devices called dissipaters, which reduce the likelihood of lightning striking the object by creating a volume of air around the top of the object, saturated with charged particles.
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Among the topics are the optimal placement of viscous dampers for seismic building design, the optimal design and practical considerations of tuned mass dampers, a neuromorphic smart controller for seismically excited structures, the optimum design of a new hysteretic dissipater, and multi-objective genetic algorithms for seismic response controls of structure.
Cerakote is an industrial exterior ceramic finish used as a heat dissipater on radiators, engine blocks, heat exchangers and anything else that tends to get hot, but due to its corrosion resistance has also become quite popular as a finish for rifle barrels and actions.
While installing a static dissipater just before winding prevents sparks in the winding roll, it is ineffective in preventing static problems when the roll is unwound in subsequent operations.
The title Mufarrij al-kurub ("The Dissipater of Anxieties") by Ibn Wasil strikes a positive note, and the second half, fi akhbar bani ayyub, refers to the open-ended nature of his chronicle, which charts the development of an entire dynasty (whose cadet branch in Hama was still thriving to some degree in the author's time, and under whose patronage he wrote) and the transition to Mamluk rule.
These results confirm that to inform clinicians, users, and providers, product-specific testing of thermal properties of wheelchair cushions is needed rather than such simple guidelines as "foam is a poor heat dissipater compared with gel.
The nonuniformity of the local cooling effect of this fan was also greatest, with the head region being mostly assessing the performance of cooling fans, because the head is an active heat dissipater, and in warm environments the whole-body thermal sensation follows the head region thermal sensation closely (Melikov et al.
Among specific topics are energy and momentum principles, computing uniform flow, spatially varied flow, hydraulic jump and its use as energy dissipater, and flood routing.
According to the DESC Bulk Fuel Contracting Office, Static Dissipater Additive (SDA) and Fuel System Icing Inhibitor (FSII) are normally the only additives included for pricing.
Fuel additives in JP8 and JP-8 + 100 include antioxidants and metal deactivators, and for some aircraft fuel systems an icing inhibitor and static dissipater additive.
Since RFID labels get damaged when an ESD occurs on metal rollers, Larkin says printers can cover the labels with lamination that will not pick up a charge or cover the roller with a static dissipater.
Topics will include alternatives to wet detention water quality treatment basins; permanent erosion control materials and engineering designs; temporary construction-site erosion and sediment control measures; and innovations like geotextiles, riprap and filter material, cable concrete, energy dissipater devices, and trashracks.
Log-log slip with friction is expected to be an important energy dissipater in log shear walls.