incompressible fluid

incompressible fluid

[¦in·kəm′pres·ə·bal ′flü·əd]
(fluid mechanics)
A fluid which is not reduced in volume by an increase in pressure.
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Oka, Y, "Moving-particle Semi-implicit Method for Fragmentation of Incompressible Fluid," Nucl.
18] presented the combined effect of joule heating and viscous dissipation and on a viscous incompressible fluid and over an inclined radiate isothermal permeable surface.
Since the pipe was filled with sarin, which is an incompressible fluid, as the pipe was flattened, the sarin acted on the walls and ends of the pipe causing a crack along the length of the pipe and also the failure of the cap on the back end.
The study of convective heat transfer through porous medium for an incompressible fluid on the heated surface has received major attention because of its diverse uses in the insulation of nuclear reactors, petroleum industry, geothermal problems, storage of nuclear waste, and several other areas.
In order to make a compressible fluid behave like an incompressible fluid, the pressure should increase in a way that the density becomes high.
The Cauchy stress T for an incompressible fluid of second grade, is related to the fluid motion by the constitutive equation [25-27]
For example, if an incompressible fluid flows in laminar fashion at a constant flow through a tube, the law of continuity applies.
The importance of the evolution of vorticity in incompressible fluid mechanics is very well known.
The special session focused on simulating the motion of an incompressible fluid driven by flexible immersed structures, such as biological fluid driven by the flexing of muscle tissue.
USPRwire, Fri Dec 12 2014] Oil and gas accumulator are hydro-pneumatic devices that store incompressible fluid under high pressure via external source, which can be spring or liquid or gas, or piston.
The flow of a viscous incompressible fluid between two parallel plates rotating noncoaxially but with the same angular velocity was studied by Berker [14].