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Melting

Slang; a situation in which a trader suffers such large losses (usually in a short period of time) that he/she can no longer continue to trade on the market.
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Alternatively, you can get this data using manual control of the pump speed, or by allowing the extruder to drive the melt pump by turning the pump motor off and allowing the extruder to continue.
Hot melts do not require the posting of "Cancer Warning" signs.
Smelter--Device that melts or fuses (as ore), often producing an accompanying chemical change to separate the metal.
In the days before computers facilitated feed rate and melt conveying capacity calculations, screw designers relied on simple rules of thumb to determine compression ratios, helix angles and channel depths.
Figure 3 shows the effect of melt index (or weight average molecular weight, Mw) on melt strength for three hexene copolymer LLDPE resins having similar polymer structures in terms of polydispersity, comonomer distribution, and density.
The premium melt expansion will complement Carpenter's existing state-of-the-art melting, forging and finishing operations.
In addition to process validation and ongoing verification, it is necessary for a metalcasting facility to take into consideration three factors--temperature, metal transfers and ladle condition--in order to achieve a successful trial result when evaluating the merits of a new melt treatment such as the flux injection process.
A sample taken from the crystalline NR of figure 2 melts over a wide temperature range.
Since that's below normal body temperature, Perry says, your body heat can melt the solid paraffin inside each capsule.
Melt now has sixteen stores operating in four states.
Discontinuous start-stop plasticating causes significant pressure fluctuations in the barrel, which affects the amount of injected gas going into the melt stream, Park reported.