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in flux

 and in a (constant) state of flux
in constant change; ever-changing. I can't describe my job because it's in a constant state afflux. The price of gold is influx.
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Matty Cusden-Ross, co-founder and CEO of Flux, said, 'We believe that Flux is the next biggest innovation for retail payments since contactless.
The presence of flux residue is an aesthetic concern, even if the wire and flux materials used are proven safe and compatible.
As the flux wets the interface between the aluminum oxide particles and the liquid metal, the adhesion force between the liquid aluminum and the oxides decreases, promoting oxide separation and metal coalescence.
To calculate the net long-wave radiant flux for Cha-bahar Bay, the following formula is used:
CircuitWorks flux remover pens from Intertronics include rosin flux, no-clean flux and lead-free flux removers to complete a series which is expected to be of advantage to prototyping, rework and re-configuring engineers throughout the electronics industry.
Further, in conjunction with his appointment as the company's chairman, Collins has been granted 100,000 shares of restricted common stock as well as an incentive grant of options to buy 1m shares of Flux Power stock at USD0.
With the Calcium Magnesium Aluminate Flux the gap between the initial MgO-concentration and the MgO-saturation will be reduced very fast and homogeneously throughout the whole slag mass on top of the liquid steel in the ladle.
In the present study, an agglomerated cost-effective acidic flux was developed by using the flux dust of the parent flux with addition of potassium silicate as binder and aluminium powder as deoxidizer.
The welding flux completely shields the welding zone from contact with the atmosphere.
Dwell time too long, causing the flux to be destroyed before exiting the wave.
FLUX is an initiative of the Dutch Ministry of Justice and American Department of Homeland Security.
Back in high school physics class, we observed the circular patterns, called "magnetic flux lines," made by sprinkling iron filings over a magnet.
There is no current controller needed in DTC, because it selects the voltage space vectors according to the errors of flux linkage and torque.
Among the military applications of the electromagnetic pulse (EMP), the most common and used method is the flux compression generation (FCG) which was the path the project followed.