swell with

swell with

1. To become inflated or bulging with something. The girl's arm swelled with fluid as a result of the injury. The balloon began swelling with hot air.
2. To become filled with some emotion. I swelled with pride after the boss complimented my work. It's so nice seeing all those students swelling with happiness as they cross the stage and receive their diplomas.
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swell with something

 
1. Lit. to expand from a particular cause. My knee joints swelled with arthritis, His nose swelled after it was struck by the door.
2. Fig. to seem to swell with a feeling such as pride. His chest swelled with pride at the thought of his good performance. Ted swelled with pride at the announcement.
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This means that in order to achieve the best prediction of die swell with the RPA, one must make adjustments in the applied strain during frequency sweeps in order to simulate more effectively the destruction of the filler network which is also happening in the factory during an extrusion operation.
There are two explanations for the changes in the extrudate swell with magnetic flux density:
The decrease in the extrudate swell with increasing die temperature was associated with reductions of the melt elasticity and melt viscosity (20, 33) and also the magnetic flux density (in turn decreasing the magnetic torque acting on the melt) (34).