incompressibility


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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.
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Noun1.incompressibility - the property of being incompressible
hardness - the property of being rigid and resistant to pressure; not easily scratched; measured on Mohs scale
compressibility, squeezability, sponginess - the property of being able to occupy less space
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One of the reasons that Renault decided to switch from gas assist to water was the greater flexibility and stability of water, which is due to its incompressibility. Thus, pressure and volume can be managed and controlled more effectively during the cycle, according to PME Fluidtec.
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Due to the incompressibility of the material, we express the stretch ratio in the thickness direction as [[lambda].sub.3] = [[lambda].sup.-1.sub.1][[lambda].sup.-1.sub.2].
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