Definition of Quench. Meaning of Quench. Synonyms of Quench

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Definition of Quench

Quench
Quench Quench, v. i. To become extinguished; to go out; to become calm or cool. [R.] Dost thou think in time She will not quench! --Shak.

Meaning of Quench from wikipedia

- science, quenching is the rapid cooling of a workpiece in water, oil or air to obtain certain material properties. A type of heat treating, quenching prevents...
- Quench polish quench (QPQ) is a specialized type of nitrocarburizing case hardening that increases corrosion resistance. It is sometimes known by the brand...
- kind of situations. These measures are referred to as source quench. In a source quench mechanism, the router sees that the incoming data rate is much...
- observed in 2010, findings published in 2012 confirmed the phenomenon of jet quenching in heavy-ion collisions. The collider is contained in a circular tunnel...
- Quenching refers to any process which decreases the fluorescence intensity of a given substance. A variety of processes can result in quenching, such...
- A quench press is a machine that uses concentrated forces to hold an object as it is quenched. These types of quench facilities are used to quench large...
- Quench USA Inc is a water technology company that rents and services filtered water coolers. According to the site, over half of the Fortune 500 are customers...
- A quench is a rapid cooling. Quench or quenching may also refer to: Quench (album), an album by The Beautiful South Quench (band), a British rock band...
- Quench is the Beautiful South's sixth original album, released in the UK on 12 October 1998. Including the compilation Carry On Up The Charts, it was the...
- stop or limit the current when the beginning of a quench is detected. If a large magnet undergoes a quench, the inert vapor formed by the evaporating cryogenic...