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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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The high temperatures and corrosive nature of the molten metals require tool steels typical in die casting, while overall tool design should be as close to plastic tools as possible.
When this water comes into contact with molten rock under Earth's crust, it gets heated to temperatures as high as 400[degrees]C (750[degrees]F) hot enough to melt lead!
If scientists pour molten iron into a narrow crack at least 300 meters deep, the pressure at the bottom of the fissure would be enough to fracture the rock there, Stephenson says.
The molten ahoy sinks to the bottom of the tank and is gravity-fed to a heated storage tank.
* SGI interconnected system of aluminum furnaces designed for safe, high quality, no labor, non-turbulent free molten aluminum transfer.
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Recent advancements in the ultrasonic inclusion detection system (MV 20/20 system) for on-line assessment of molten aluminum cleanliness have proven to be encouraging for the technology to be used more frequently.
To accurately predict this evaporation of molten salts, the kinetic theory of gas [10] has been widely used.
Produced over the last 10 years, the 20 million tons of molten metal can make 20 million mid-sized cars.