compactible

Related to compactible: compatible

compactible

(kəmˈpæktəbəl)
adj
able to be made compact
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Pyroclastic-flow deposits, also called tuffs, are very well consolidated, have very low porosity, are hardly compactible, and thus are good building materials.
Just a Divine religions' philosophy is compactible with nature and instinct of human beings, inspired from East philosophy, fuzzy thought introduces world as it is.
Not only do they look and sound fabulous, Frends are compactible and can fit right in your purse while on the go.
The 3-D, leaf-like foliage netting is compactible, color-reversible, lightweight, durable, quiet and rustle-free.
Causes and consequences of flow organization during melt transport: the reaction infiltration instability in compactible media.
If you prefer the car to pounding the pavements, choose a lightweight, compactible pushchair," she adds.
Table 3 gives physical and chemical characteristics of the waste stream, including chemical formula; carbon-to-nitrogen ratio (C/N); percentage of dry, compactible, and combustible materials; thermal value; moisture content; and air required for combustion.
The latest addition at Sellafield, a box-bodied ST100 vehicle, will pick up compactible waste and safely carry it out of the station at Whitehaven.
TIP OF THE WEEK: Two readers wondered where they could find decomposed granite (DG), a coarse, compactible sand that is used for making inexpensive walkways or as a ground cover substitute.
A considerable volume of material must be excavated and the site refilled with more compactible soil to better hold the footings and provide stable support for the 1,200-ton press.