Definition of Silt. Meaning of Silt. Synonyms of Silt

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Definition of Silt

Silt
Silt Silt, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Silted; p. pr. & vb. n. Silting.] To choke, fill, or obstruct with silt or mud.
Silt
Silt Silt, v. i. To flow through crevices; to percolate.

Meaning of Silt from wikipedia

- Silt is granular material of a size between sand and clay and composed mostly of broken grains of quartz. Silt may occur as a soil (often mixed with sand...
- Siltation, is water pollution caused by particulate terrestrial clastic material, with a particle size dominated by silt or clay. It refers both to the...
- office called "Silt" has been in operation since 1898. The community was named for the silt deposits at the original town site. Silt is located at 39°32′47″N...
- A silt fence, sometimes (misleadingly) called a "filter fence," is a temporary sediment control device used on construction sites to protect water quality...
- A silt out or silt-out is a situation when underwater visibility is rapidly reduced to functional zero by disturbing fine particulate deposits on the bottom...
- Silt is a type of soil or earth material. Silt may also refer to: Silt, California, community in Kern County Silt, Colorado, town in the United States...
- soil composed mostly of sand (particle size > 63 micrometres (0.0025 in)), silt (particle size > 2 micrometres (7.9×10−5 in)), and a smaller amount of clay...
- as aleurolite, is a clastic sedimentary rock that is composed mostly of silt. It is a form of mudrock with a low clay mineral content, which can be distinguished...
- The silt density index is a measure for the fouling capacity of water in reverse osmosis systems. The test measures the rate at which a 0.45-micrometre...
- Port Silt Loam is the state soil of Oklahoma. This type of soil is reddish in color due to the weathering of reddish sandstones, siltstones, and shales...