compressibility effect

compressibility effect

The sudden increase in the total drag of an airfoil in transonic flight caused by formation of a shock wave on the surface.
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Under the similar experimental conditions to those in this work, the compressibility effect in the rheological property of the PS melt was verified to be neglected via the PVT test [7].
Finally, the melt compressibility effect was taken into account by introducing the temperature coefficient of density [[alpha].
The prewhirl reduces the compressibility effect at convex side of the eye to avoid the formation of shock waves and the consequent losses (Fig.
To investigate the compressibility effect on shrinkage, the anisotropic shrinkage as a function of packing time were calculated with and without inclusion of the compressibility effect.
0, compressibility effects are negligible and the pressure variation caused by gas density can safely be ignored in flow modeling.
They explain the physical phenomena encountered in compressible flow, practical situations in which compressibility effects are likely to be important, and assumptions conventional used in analyzing compressible flows.
The OSR reduces the rotational speed of the blades in forward flight, to delay compressibility effects on the advancing tip and inboard stalling on the retreating blade.
A wind tunnel was not used to test the car's design because of compressibility effects that occur at such high speeds, and the long, slender aspect ratio of the car made it difficult to get a wind tunnel with a rolling road that was suitable.
There are no backlash or compressibility effects to compromise positioning accuracy.
By taking this approach, electromagnetic interaction takes place over the entire surface of the shaft, producing high linear forces per volume with no backlash or compressibility effects to compromise positioning accuracy.
Chapter 12 COMPRESSIBILITY EFFECTS IN TURBOMACHINES
Pressure-dependence of viscosity and compressibility effects have been neglected in the analysis by Rosenbaum and Hatzikiriakos [47].