a method of welding metal edge-to-edge with a powerful electric flash followed by the application of pressure.
[flask, flahsk] /flæsk, flɑsk/ noun 1. a bottle, usually of glass, having a rounded body and a narrow neck, used especially in laboratory experimentation. 2. a flat metal or glass bottle for carrying in the pocket: a flask of brandy. 3. an iron container for shipping mercury, holding a standard commercial unit of 76 pounds […]
[flas-kit, flah-skit] /ˈflæs kɪt, ˈflɑ skɪt/ noun 1. a small flask. 2. a long, shallow basket. /ˈflɑːskɪt/ noun 1. a long shallow basket 2. a small flask
[flat] /flæt/ adjective, flatter, flattest. 1. horizontally level: a flat roof. 2. level, even, or without unevenness of surface, as land or tabletops. 3. having a surface that is without marked projections or depressions: a broad, flat face. 4. lying horizontally and at full length, as a person; prostrate: He was flat on the canvas […]
- Flat address space
architecture The memory architecture in which any memory location can be selected from a single contiguous block by a single integer offset. Almost all popular processors have a flat address space, but the Intel x86 family has a segmented address space. A flat address space greatly simplifies programming because of the simple correspondence between addresses […]