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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As the flow of coextrusion process, a steady and isothermal creeping flow of an incompressible fluid is assumed.
The equations of continuity and motion for the steady-state, isothermal flow of an incompressible fluid were solved:
The field equations for the steady state, isothermal flow of an incompressible fluid were solved for each geometry.
The flow of an incompressible fluid in a single screw extruder was investigated by Griffith (5) by assuming the velocity and temperature profiles to be essentially the same as those in a channel of infinite width and length.
The equations of motion for an isotropic homogenous and incompressible fluid with couple stress are given by Stokes as
Schwarzschild in his neglected paper on the gravitational field of a sphere of incompressible fluid.
Babu (mechanical engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) has constructed this text from the lecture notes for the course he teaches to graduate students who have had a preliminary exposure to incompressible fluid flow.
In this study, an isothermal, steady and axisymmetric creeping flow of an incompressible fluid was assumed.
In this paper, we discuss the problem of oscillating flow of a viscous incompressible fluid in a circular horizontal pipe with adverse pressure gradient under the assumption of parallel flow to the axis of the pipe.
A viscous incompressible fluid, in which small spherical rigid particles are suspended, is assumed to be confined in a channel with flexible walls upon which symmetric traveling transverse waves are imposed.
b) Conservation of mass for an incompressible fluid