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isochor

(ˈaɪsəʊˌkɔː) or

isochore

n
(Chemistry) a line on a graph showing the variation of the temperature of a fluid with its pressure, when the volume is kept constant
[C19: from iso- + Greek khōros place, space]
ˌisoˈchoric adj
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[2, 27] introduced a "compressible-Leonov model," in which the Jaumann-stress rate was first replaced with a Truesdell-stress rate to acquire an adequate description in the elastic region and then the elastic volume response was rigorously separated from the elasto-viscoplastic isochoric deformation.
Her pupils were isochoric with a weak reaction of pupils to light.
As shown in Figure 5, 1-2 is an adiabatic compression process, 2-3 is an isochoric endothermic process, 3-4 is an adiabatic expansion process, 4-1 is an isochoric exothermic process and 1-5-1 is a gas exchange process.
The light reflex was +/+, and the pupils were isochoric. The bilateral nasolabial duct was slightly blurry, the uvula was in the middle line, and the pylics could rise equally.
Pupils were isochoric and light reflexes were present bilaterally.
Her pupils were isochoric and bilateral direct and indirect responses to light were positive.
Contour measures (isochoric measure) count the number of opportunities that can be reached within a given time or cost required to access a fixed number of opportunities.
In Section 3, the unified first law of gravitational thermodynamics and the Clausius equation on [Y.sub.A] for an isochoric process in EBI Universe were discussed.
Then the isochoric or distortional first Piola-Kirchhoff or nominal stress P along the stretch direction can be written as
Duan, "The density and isochoric formulae for NaCl-[H.sub.2]O fluid inclusions (salinity [less than or equal to] 25%) and their applications," Acta Mineralogica Sinica, vol.
The ignition delay times used as integral inputs were estimated by performing simulations with the detailed mechanism in an isochoric adiabatic reactor.
c) In calculating the work rate over the SP, the pumping process was considered as isentropic, isochoric and adiabatic, the work rate being calculated by Equation 6: