# incompressibility condition

## incompressibility condition

[¦in·kəm‚pres·ə′bil·əd·ē kən‚dish·ən]
(fluid mechanics)
The condition prevailing when the time rate of change of the density of a fluid is zero; this is a valid assumption for most problems in dynamic oceanography.
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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.
Multiplying the first equation and the second equation in (1) by u, b, respectively, and integrating the resulting equations by parts over [R.sup.3], we obtain after adding them together from the incompressibility condition [nabla] x u = 0 and [nabla] x b = 0
Let us impose the incompressibility condition [nabla] x u = 0.
As mentioned before, the radial velocity [u.sup.b.sub.0] is determined from the incompressibility condition (40):
p is a Lagrange multiplier associated to the global incompressibility condition, and g is the multiplier associated to the incompressibility of the elastic part.
The incompressibility condition is implemented in the functional integral, too.
If the desired eigenvector is written in terms of the velocity and pressure components x = [[x.sup.H.sub.u] [x.sup.H.sub.p]].sup.H], the incompressibility condition [C.sup.H][x.sub.u] = 0 holds.
If we add in the equation (1.1) the incompressibility condition div([??]) = 0, then we obtain the following convolution equation of Navier Stokes type:
For simplicity, the material is assumed to be incompressible, which allows for the thickness to be calculated from the original thickness by use of the incompressibility condition:
 and Sagaseta  considered the problem as strain controlled and obtained strains by using only the incompressibility condition. The presence of the top free surface was considered by means of a virtual image technique and some results for the elastic half-space.
The proposed damage model in crosslinked rubbers is based on two assumptions: (i) irreversibility of chain scission because of quick neutralization of free radicals formed in scission process (33), and (ii) incompressibility condition common in damage models, because the volume concentration of microscopic voids formed by the scissions is negligible almost until the failure.
For simple tension condition, uniaxial state of stress is present, with a multiaxial stretch state with the longitudinal stretch value of [lambda] and two equal transverse stretch values of [[lambda].sup.-1/2] satisfy the incompressibility condition. Planar tension specimen is under plane stress condition with longitudinal and transverse stresses.

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