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compressible

(kŭm-prĕs′ĭ-bĭl)
Able to be pressed into a smaller space or squeezed together.
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The estimation shows an increase of the isentropic compressibility by a factor of ~19 for a pressure of 50 bar and an increase of temperature from 80[degrees]C to 100[degrees]C for pure propene.
With [T.sub.r] and [P.sub.r], [Z.sup.0] and [Z.sup.1] can be obtained from the values of the subentry of the compressibility factor from the Lee-Kesler equation [13].
The addition of (PVA-PEG) of (CMC) led to improve the mechanical properties as the speed of ultrasound increased and thus it can be considered as a good blend for the transfer of ultrasound except compressibility where being decreased making this procedure applicable to be used in the external environment.
If we averaged our results for a fixed compressibility, we would get a graph that would be very similar to the cited one, but such an averaging needs motivation.
(2009).Aging and compressibility of municipal solid wastes, Waste Management journal.
Ultrasonic velocity and density of the binary mixtures along with thermodynamic values such as adiabatic compressibility, free length, and impedance at different concentration were determined.
In order to monitor the effects of both rock and fluid compressibility values the scenarios are categorized into two model series A and B.
As mentioned earlier, the Carr Index and Hausner Ratio are comparable to a Compressibility Index and a Compressibility Ratio.
In regard to the dynamic behavioural point of view of a hydraulic system built using classical hydraulic fluids, special attention should be paid to the compressibility of the used fluid and its impact on the specialities during the operation and performance of the hydraulic system, for example, low dynamic responses, oscillations in the motions of the hydraulic actuators, its low stiffness, low efficiencies of the actuators, and so forth.
In order to clarify the connection between the microscopic chemical structure of organic liquids and the compressibility from investigation of sound velocity and density, many theoretical analyses and derivations have been performed to determine these properties.
From these results, the excess molar volumes, viscosity deviations, deviations in molar refraction, deviations in speed of sound, and isentropic compressibility have been derived.
The advantages of Ashland's Benecel DC HPMC are improved flow and compressibility. Previous generations of directly compressible HPMC struggled with a lack of content uniformity.