incompressible


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in·com·press·i·ble

 (ĭn′kəm-prĕs′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Impossible to compress.
2. Resistant to compression.

in′com·press′i·bil′i·ty n.

incompressible

(ˌɪnkəmˈprɛsəbəl)
adj
incapable of being compressed or condensed
ˌincomˌpressiˈbility, ˌincomˈpressibleness n
ˌincomˈpressibly adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.incompressible - incapable of being compressed; resisting compression; "mounds of incompressible garbage"
compressible - capable of being compressed or made more compact; "compressible packing materials"; "a compressible box"

incompressible

adjective
Unyielding to pressure or force:
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Now, if water is not absolutely incompressible, it is at least capable of very slight compression.
Objective: Entropy (admissible) weak solutions are widely considered to be the standard solution framework for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws and incompressible euler equations.
He said the shifting of courts and chambers was incompressible as lawyers have been demanding improvement in the old complex.
These fluid base systems that use pressurized incompressible liquids as transmission medium are called as hydraulic systems.
A mounted assembly includes a tire mounted on a rim, having a tread designed to come into contact with a ground, two sidewalls extending radially inwards from the ends of the tread, and two beads extending the sidewalls radially inwards and in contact with the rim, an internal cavity containing a filling component consisting of at least one incompressible solid element, and which is a granular filling component consisting of granules at least partly separated from one another by interstices containing at least gas and the fill rate, which is the ratio between the total volume of the granules, the total of the elementary volumes of the granules, and the volume of the internal cavity, is at least equal to 0.
Various numerical techniques have been presented for incompressible flows with pressure correction schemes.
Triebel deals with partial differential equation models for the movement of biological cells or organisms in response to chemical gradients (chemotaxis) and viscous, homogeneous, and incompressible fluid filling the entire space (hydrodynamics).
The insulation system is a stable incompressible solid in deep water environments that involve depths of more than 10,000 feet.
The thermosetting cross-linked hydrocarbon polymer maintains structural integrity in deepwater operating environments as an incompressible solid at water depths greater than 10,000 feet.
For an incompressible material, Ogden [7] proposed that the strain energy function can be represented as a series of principal stretches with real positive and negative powers.
For incompressible flows, the first invariant P is zero, and hence the majority of studies have concentrated on the two invariants Q and R.
This study intends to investigate the steady, incompressible flow and heat transfer for viscous electrically conducting fluid.