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ex·pan·sive

 (ĭk-spăn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Capable of expanding or tending to expand.
2. Broad in size or extent; comprehensive: expansive police powers.
3. Open and communicative; talkative or effusive: Wine made the guest expansive.
4. Grand in scale: an expansive lifestyle.

ex·pan′sive·ly adv.
ex·pan′sive·ness, ex′pan·siv′i·ty (ĕk′spăn-sĭv′ĭ-tē) n.

expansivity

(ˌɛkspænˈsɪvɪtɪ)
n
1. the quality of being expansive
2. (General Physics) another name for coefficient of expansion

ex•pan•siv•i•ty

(ˌɛk spænˈsɪv ɪ ti)

n.
the quality or state of being expansive.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.expansivity - the fractional change in length or area or volume per unit change in temperature at a given constant pressure
coefficient - a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic
2.expansivity - a quality characterized by magnificence of scale or the tendency to expand; "the expansiveness of their extravagant life style was soon curtailed"
impressiveness, magnificence, grandness, richness - splendid or imposing in size or appearance; "the grandness of the architecture"; "impressed by the richness of the flora"
3.expansivity - a friendly open trait of a talkative person
communicativeness - the trait of being communicative
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Increasing expansivity of automotive headliner is a key agenda behind these efforts.
The molar volume at 265[degrees]C can be calculated with the molar thermal expansivity [E.sub.g] (0.042 [cm.sup.3] mol [K.sup.-1]) and molar volume [V.sub.g] (143.2 [cm.sup.3] [mol.sup.-1]) at the glassy state, [E.sub.1] (0.094 [cm.sup.3] mol [K.sup.-1]) at the liquid state, and a glass transition temperature [T.sub.g] of 353 K measured with a Mettler Toledo DSC 822e, leading to [40]:
where [beta] and [c.sub.p] are the thermal expansivity and the specific heat at constant pressure of the fuel, respectively [33].
In addition, forged products made from Shotic also show high strength, high abrasion resistance, and low thermal expansivity. In order to make these products contribute to further weight reduction of automobiles, we believe we should furthermore improve our aluminum alloy production technology, aiming to realize higher strength.
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Four, this will either set them conceptually and perhaps concretely--against the historical working class still preserved within contemporary social democratic visions (visions which, despite occasional and often indifferent lip service to racialized exclusion, retain a world-picture of social reorganization derived entirely from the presumption of continued expansivity of absorptive capital), or we will develop an expanded sense of the proletariat as a new unity of lumpen and labor--allowed precisely by the weakening of intra-class competition which follows, dripping immiseration, from the end of absorption.
The addition of PG-LFA and PG-LFA-BOF effectively converts the soil from an expansive clay to a clay of low expansivity. The local TRH4 specification recommends low plasiticity clayey soils (CLs) as good candidate materials for modified pavement subgrade.
There exists an obvious and more direct link between expansivity and sensitivity dependence on initial conditions.
Symbol Description k Permeability z Thickness of reservoir [beta] Water expansivity [nabla]T Temperature change over domain g Gravity [k.sub.0] Thermal diflusivity of saturated matrix [bar.V] Water viscosity [GAMMA] Ratio of volume heat capacity of saturated matrix to fluid [gamma] Coefficient of fluid density dependence on salinity [R.sub.a] Rayleigh number [P.sub.e] Peclet number Symbol SI unit Values k [m.sup.2] 2.50 x [10.sup.-15] z m 5000 [beta] [degrees][C.sup.-1] 6.10 x [10.sup.-4] [nabla]T [degrees]C 125 g [m.sup.2] [s.sup.-1] 9.8 [k.sub.0] [m.sup.2] [s.sup.-1] 1.43 x [10.sup.-7] [bar.V] [m.sup.2] [s.sup.-1] 6.30 x [10.sup.-7] [GAMMA] Dimensionless 0.80 [gamma] wt [(%).sup.-1] 0.01 [R.sub.a] Dimensionless [P.sub.e] Dimensionless
Density, thermal expansivity, and compressibility of liquid water from 0[degrees] to 150[degrees]C: Correlations and tables for atmospheric pressure and saturation reviewed and expressed on 1968 temperature scale.
They are also useful in the study of exponential expansivity of control systems, with applications in engineering.
Thermal Thermal Thermal expansivity conductivity conductivity (1/K) coefficient, coefficient, X-direction Y-direction (W/m/K) (W/m/K) Silty clay [1 [1.8e.sup.-5] 1.36 1.28 Silty clay 2 [1.8e.sup.-5] 1.36 1.28 Floury soil [1.5e.sup.-5] 1.14 1.06 Fine sand 2 [2.1e.sup.-5] 0.98 1.02 Silty-fine sand [2.3e.sup.-5] 1.19 1.13 Silty clay 3 [1.8e.sup.-5] 1.36 1.28 Fine sand 1 [2.1e.sup.-5] 0.98 1.02 Silty clay 4 [2.2e.sup.-5] 1.46 1.45 Concrete [1.2e.sup.-5] 1.28 1.28