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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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They found two strong magnetic anomalies, possibly related to impact melts, inside an unusually shallow, 150-km-diameter crater that lies in water about 3.
While the relative simplicity of this test has remained the same, melt indexers have evolved considerably since they appeared in the 1950s.
A more quantitative evaluation can be obtained by calculating the specific gravity of the sample and correlating that with the dissolved hydrogen porosity content of the melt.
They must be melted at 250 F so they can be dispensed through a gun like thermoplastic hot melts.
Assessing the level of hydrogen in the melt can be done in several ways.
For in-cavity melt pressure, models 4MO1 and 4MO2 quartz piezoelectric transducers are offered along with the associated cabling.
When a comet or asteroid collides with the moon or one of the terrestrial planets, it typically generates a shock wave powerful enough to melt some of the rock.
Such instruments for measuring elastic properties of melts include mechanical spectrometers and controlled-stress rheometers.
Even when they placed an island of atoms atop the copper (111) surface and gouged out a large hole nearby, the surface didn't melt.
Auburn Foundry Plant 2 melts Class 30 gray iron in three 10-ton coreless induction furnaces with 7000 kW medium frequency power supplies.
The core alloy developed for the athletic-shoe prototype, for example, melts out in boiling water at 220 F.
Research is being done with the use of sound waves to measure inclusion content in aluminum melts.
They also determined that at 330 GPa (similar to the pressure at the boundary between the solid inner core and the liquid outer core), iron melts at 7,600 500 K.
a Michigan-based producer of steel shot that melts using a dual 5000-kW induction system operating two 6-metric-ton coreless steel shell furnaces.
A research consortium composed of gray iron foundries and steel scrap processors was formed to document the effect of lead in cast iron melts and investigate factors affecting lead recovery from a gray iron cupola charge.