ablative : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the case indicating the agent in passive sentences or the instrument or manner or place of the action described by the verb
- a relating to the ablative case
- s tending to ablate; i.e. to be removed or vaporized at very high temperature
ablative material on a rocket cone
- Deep-brain stimulation (DBS) was first developed in France in 1987 and evolved out of the so-called ablative, or lesioning, surgeries in which doctors use heat probes to burn and .
- Without its ablative coating to protect it, it oxidizes explosively, producing overpressures that on a large scale could damage a tank or bunker.
- After you'd spent hours wading through conjugations and declensions and ablative absolutes and gerunds and pasts perfect, imperfect and pluperfect, there was the pointless torture .
News & Articles
- Anti-fouling Marine Paint provides multi-season protection.
Replacing harsh solvents found in most bottom paints with water, Hydrocoat Eco combines water-based, ablative technology with Econea metal-free organic biocide. Slime fighting formula provides soap and water cleanup with no heavy solvent smell. Since Hydrocoat Eco is self-polishing, paint film wears away with use, eliminating build up and need for sanding. Copper-free paint will not cause ...
Aug. 7, 2013 - ThomasNet
- Max Faget in MSNBC
Based on intuition, not calculations, I said you didn't need to put anything on it,Faget told me. "But the people who were doing calculations were ultraconservative. They put about an inch of ablative material on the lee side."