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compressible

(kŭm-prĕs′ĭ-bĭl)
Able to be pressed into a smaller space or squeezed together.
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Using these results, the comparable Compressibility Index and Compressibility Ratio can be applied effectively to the manufacturing process.
When testing compressibility up to 10% of deformation and continuing to apply a load, there was an identified compressive strength before destruction and, on the basis of bend specimen results, the bending strength and character of destruction were determined.
055 mm (n = 30) and coefficient of determination [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], showing that the variation of compressibility of lightweight composite is by 99.
As we can see from the data, presented in Table 4, the biggest influence on compressibility of the material has amount of the binder.
So whether you are a die hard classicist or a pop diva it seems that we chose the music we prefer, not by simply listening to it, but by calculating its compressibility.
Figures 1 and 2 show the variation of ultrasonic velocity and isentropic compressibility of dihydro pyrimidines in DMF and DMSO solutions with concentration at 298.
The correlations between compressibility and the fabric characteristics (table 1) were established using Jardel Scientific, Table Curves programmer with the possibility of obtaining all the mathematical models describing the dependence.
The specific terms and coefficients were determined by calculating a set of compressibility factor values distributed in (p, T) space with the REFPROP (7) implementation of Eq.
Dry air property equations were developed based on the ideal gas model and the compressibility factor and virial contributions calculated by means of polynomial correlations as functions of pressure and temperature.
A geotechnical engineer is concern with the compressibility characteristics of soil because he has to know how much soil will compresses under the external load and at what rate the compression will take place.
Roller Compaction: the densification process enhances granularity, flow and compressibility and is used for herbal extracts or nutritional supplements that cannot be exposed to water or heat