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incompressible

(ĭn″kŏm-prĕs′ĭ-bl) [″ + compressus, pressed together]
Compact; not compressible.
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which together with the incompressibility condition ([u.sub.i,i] = 0) constitutes the complete set of the PDEs system to solve the final deformation profiles.
Both equations are based on the assumption of uniform deformation in the gauge section and incompressibility of the tested material.
To ensure incompressibility of the section, or the transversal incompressibility of the cylinder, the confined state issued and the confined elasticity modulus [??] = E/[1 - [v.sup.2]] will be applied in the final equation:
The restriction of incompressibility is lifted here to allow the examination of two-dimensional PPI scans of the three-dimensional domain, which is inherently compressible.
To justify this statement further, these elements generally do not meet the incompressibility requirement associated with plastic strains.
In WCSPH, the Tait equation is applied to enforce incompressibility of the fluids.
P- and S-impedance data points show a close linear relationship with shale having lowest values, while in comparison the lowest [[lambda].sub.p] (incompressibility X density) value has the best gas sand values along with [[mu].sub.p] (rigidity x density) values higher than shales.
As mentioned before, the radial velocity [u.sup.b.sub.0] is determined from the incompressibility condition (40):
This paper obtained unconstrained functional by imposing Dirichlet boundary condition with Nitsche method [16] and incompressibility and pressure condition with Lagrangian multiplier method:
We may often grumble about the slowness of the legal process, but in doing so, we are refusing to recognize the incompressibility of procedural time.
With this modification, however, the system of the equations recovers incompressibility only at the steady-state limit [[[partial derivative] p]/[[partial derivative] t]] = 0, and transient solution does not necessarily satisfy the continuity condition.
The presentation will include stiffness, incompressibility and non-linearity effects and damping of elastomer mounts.