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compressible

(kŭm-prĕs′ĭ-bĭl)
Able to be pressed into a smaller space or squeezed together.
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Effects of compressibility are explored by comparing two different (incompressible and compressible) speeds with the same symmetrical airfoil, angle of attack, and separation distance to eliminate any large effects of circulation or thickness.
The next logical step was composing a model that includes the described transient analysis as well as all the corrections: compressibility, pressure dependence, and viscous heating.
Compressibility has an influence on the intracellular and extracellular pressures, and is vital for an accurate representation of cardiac tissue biomechanics.
23] For the measurement of compressibility ratio, the muscle thicknesses were measured during minimal and maximal consistent pressure of the probe which was tolerated by the patient.
Pad compressibility were measured using Link Compressibility Machine 1620-P/H, and an SNT dynamometer was used to measure friction, wear and squeal
In order to examine the effect of an increasing isentropic compressibility with increasing temperatures according to Figure 2, an exemplary calculation will be presented.
1] are the values of subentry of the compressibility factor, which are nondimensional, and to is the acentric factor.
The values of bulk modulus increased when concentrations increased, this was caused due to the decrease of compressibility after addition.
In what follows, we derive analytical expressions for the FTLEs and the Lyapunov dimension as functions of compressibility and show that the results are in a good agreement with earlier simulation results.
This does not mean the flow front hesitates, again due to the compressibility of the molten plastic.
2009) tried to examine the compressibility of waste samples that were at different ages.