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fuse

verb To join or melt one substance into another.

fuse

(fūz) [L. fusus, poured]
1. A safety device consisting of a strip of wire made from easily meltable metal of predetermined conductance. The metal melts, breaking the circuit when excess current passes through.
2. To unite or blend together, as the coherence of adjacent body structures.
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Everything is moving to electronic fuzing, and sooner or later there will be common core modules of Mems, S&A to sense environments and acceleration and electronics that could do everything else.
BT Fuze is an ordnance systems manager, a premier designer and manufacturer of fuzing for the U.
As the first flight test of the program, CRAFT is instrumental in qualification of the Arming and Fuzing radar module in joint development with the Air Force and Navy.
BT Fuze is a recognized developer and producer of gun launched fuzing and recently commenced production of its 1,000,000th electronic time artillery fuze for the U.
The tests also demonstrated "end to end" functionality of the fuzing system with live warheads, validating that the fuzing train and the JSOW-C system works as specified.
Army Fuze Safety Review Board has thoroughly examined and accepted the M234 electronic self-destruct fuzing system.
allies to also acquire the fuzing as a reliable, low-cost alternative to upgrade ageing mechanically timed fuze inventories.