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Synonyms for flux

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Synonyms for flux

something suggestive of running water

to change from a solid to a liquid

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Synonyms for flux

the rate of flow of energy or particles across a given surface

a flow or discharge


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a substance added to molten metals to bond with impurities that can then be readily removed

excessive discharge of liquid from a cavity or organ (as in watery diarrhea)

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a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action

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the lines of force surrounding a permanent magnet or a moving charged particle

(physics) the number of changes in energy flow across a given surface per unit area

in constant change

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move or progress freely as if in a stream

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The flux composition was taken in a graphite crucible and was allowed to melt at a requisite temperature.
Results indicated that at elevated temperature and even a nominal composition of flux amount lead to good recovery of aluminum after the recycling of cans.
Regions of reduced thickness, such as a corrosion defect or surface cracks, force magnetic flux leak into air [6].
Great success has been achieved in the pipeline industry using the magnetic flux leakage technique to locate and size defects in oil and gas pipelines and laminated sheets in steel bridges, power stations, and steel wire robe inspections [11, 12].
When developed further, the scientists believe their flux capacitor can be used to create better electronics for mobile phones and WiFi antennas.
Several studies examined the value of [C.sub.T], the similarity constant associated with the FV method (see Section 2) and the correlation between EC and FV sensible heat fluxes. The value of [C.sub.T] was in the range 0.9-1.1, and the coefficient of correlation with EC sensible heat flux was in the range 0.72-0.98 [17-20].
COVER FLUXES: Cover fluxes are designed to be liquid at operating metal temperatures in such a way that the flux will form a molten barrier "blanket" on the surface of the metal to protect it against oxidation and hydrogen gas absorption.
Vector control is a technique which allows the induction motor to act like a Separately excited DC machine with decoupled control of torque and flux, making it possible to operate the induction motor as a high performance four-quadrant servo drive.
The purpose of the study is to qualitatively understand the relationship between the flux linkages and inrush currents for series transformers.
The sensors of this weather station that are responsible for flux data collection and storage are provided with the eddy covariance system.
These chemistries are used to clean no-clean residues because a chemical composition gels well with the chemistry of the no-clean flux. This way, PCBs can be cleaned without leaving flux residues.
2.Determining short-wave radiation flux (Qsw) in Chabahar Bay:
of Intertronics: “CircuitWorks flux dispensing pens provide a convenient and clean way to apply a variety of flux types commonly used in prototype, rework and repair and low volume production - with controlled and exact application.
Selon l'ONU, pres de 60% de ces flux proviennent des activites des entreprises multinationales et pres de 30% d'activites purement criminelles, dont le trafic de drogue, la traite des etres humains et la corruption.
introduced the concept of critical flux for microfiltration, stating that there is a permeate flux below which fouling is not promptly observed [5].