incompact

incompact

(ˌɪnkəmˈpækt)
adj
not compact; not tightly joined
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It was never a foregone conclusion that an insurance industry incompact such as Allstate would become a digital leader, says Alfresco's Chris Wiborg.
In contrast, the char layer of RPUF is rather incompact and broken up, which might be the reason for its unsatisfied flame retardant property.
The ultrasonic treatment leads to the leaching of high-density materials from oil shale, which makes its structure incompact and density-depressing.
STI statistics, in spite of significant attempts aiming at creating a comprehensive methodological system, is still an incompact collection of diverse areas and subjects of methodological or analytical works rather than a comprehensive, centralised discipline.
First, the aperture can be adjusted, so it can overcome the defects of the traditional capillary nozzle, such as blocking easily, low productivity, and incompact coating.
Technological scheme of PAR envisages remelting of both the consumable billet and the incompact charge.
In Chongqing, strata including incompact soil, sandstone, and mudstone are widespread.
Recruiting high-performing incompact service agents for
In contrast with the original HCB or LCB, both MHCB and MLCB exhibited a better dispersion effect to a certain extent, and CB particles were discrete and incompact, which could be seen from Fig.