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dissipator

[′dis·ə‚pād·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
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Of course, transistor typically dissipates much more power than the diode.
According to University of Warwick astrophysicist Khurom Kiyani, "The particles in this "collisionless plasma" may too spread out to collide with each other but this could indicate that they can, and do, interact with waves and surfing these ideal waves is what allows them to dissipate their energy.
The gas formed by a sand binder will not be able to dissipate through the mold material and could end up in the mold cavity and the metal itself.
In her best-selling debut novel, Soul Mates Dissipate, Mary Morrison introduced us to Jada Diamond Tanner and the man she believes is her soul mate, Wellington Jones.
Any expert on sarin could (and many did) tell the Pentagon that this gas begins to dissipate within seconds.
Meanwhile, there is one additional reason to doubt whether soft dollars dissipate investor wealth.
The coolSRAM-1T[TM] does not dissipate any static DC current other than the junction and sub-threshold leakage inherent in any circuit.
MANILA -- The countrys second tropical cyclone this year rapidly weakened after entering Philippine territory and will likely dissipate before the weekend, earlier than expected, the state weather bureau said.
Small dust particles orbiting a star rapidly dissipate, so for a disk to persist, it must be constantly replenished.
Enercon is also introducing a new electrode called the Elite Series, which generates 40% more treating power but is able to dissipate the extra heat.
This has fewer large windows and a blank north wall, devices that help dissipate its structural forces.
From a hardware perspective, RAID systems typically include such high-availability features as redundancies, hot-swappability, and thermal management to dissipate heat build-up.