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Synonyms for compressibility

the property of being able to occupy less space

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The effect of circulation was explored by comparing results for two angles of attack with the same symmetrical airfoil, low speed, and separation distance in order to eliminate any large effects due to thickness or compressibility.
Artificial compressibility, characteristics-based schemes for variable density, incompressible, multi-species flows.
If compressibility is not considered, then the viscosity and shear stress are modeled as a function of stepped apparent shear rates.
We calculated an extended model including compressibility and compared this to the previous model.
Proximal to the distal half, Doppler analysis and compressibility can both be used to differentiate between artery and vein.
Ultrasonographic muscle compressibility ratio may be used to evaluate muscle elasticity in children with CP.
The Auburn lab is gaining recognition for its finding that compressibility testing is a better predictor of flow properties of multi-sized and non-spherical materials, such as biomass feedstocks.
As some brake engineers believe that brake squeal can be related to pad hardness, friction coefficient or compressibility while others disagree, a study has been undertaken to develop further insights.
On the other hand, the fuel pressure at inlet of the HPP can be increased, in order to counteract the high compressibility at high fuel temperatures.
Kadri and Akylas derived a new wave equation that includes both compressibility and gravity.
Thus, the compressibility factor Z is introduced to modify the gas state equation [10]:
Yokogawa developed functions that comply with the AGA8*2 standard for calculating the compressibility of natural gas, and expanded its natural gas flow rate measurement solutions by introducing them in its transmitters and controllers in 2006 and 2008, respectively.
Compressibility ([beta]) is a measure of the relative volume change of a fluid or solid as a response to a pressure (or mean stress) change .
Yaws presents students, academics, and professionals working in the field with the second edition of his comprehensive handbook on the critical properties, thermal expansion, surface tension, radius of gyration, enthalpy of fusion, enthalpy of vaporization, dipole moment, density, isothermal compressibility, acentric factor, and other thermophysical properties of more than 10,000 hydrocarbons and other chemicals.
In addition, physical and chemical mechanisms to detect hydrogen sulfide were evaluated for this sensor in a theoretical manner by using function compressibility theory to obtain comprehensive insight about the sensor performance.