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compressible

(kŭm-prĕs′ĭ-bĭl)
Able to be pressed into a smaller space or squeezed together.
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And the statistical characteristics about incompressible turbulence [6, 24] and compressible turbulence [14, 15] indicate that the teardrop shape of Q-R is a universal feature of turbulence.
Meeting all requirements, the model is recommended for the simulation of two-dimensional or three-dimensional compressible flows.
1984) impose severe limitations, for example, in the study of the compressible fluid's motion through profile grids.
Besides direct compressible grades, a product range of tailor-made grades for specific solid-dosage forms, such as pellets, capsule fillings, sachets, pan coatings and lozenges is available.
Pure quark matter, physicists think, would be more compressible.
announces the release of PIPE-FLO Compressible 2007 software, an upgrade to the desktop application for designing and simulating the operation of steam and gas piping systems.
This highly compressible, thermally conductive material is suited for filling air gaps between heat generating devices on printed circuit boards, and the heat sinks, heat spreaders and metal chassis used to dissipate that heat.
Cargill has developed a new, partly pregelatinized, direct compressible starch, which gives outstanding performance with strong binding capabilities and fast tablet disintegration.
Rhodapap DC90 HSP, manufactured by Rhodia Wuxi Pharmaceuticals, China, is a direct compressible line of paracetamol (acetaminophen).
It is designed to help the engineering professional analyze and design distribution, gathering, transmission, and plant piping systems containing natural gas or other compressible fluids.
Pantheon and general contractor River Drive Construction will be employing a pioneering new technology to stabilize compressible soil and to support various structures-from large commercial buildings to highway retaining structures-that must be built over it.