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incompressibility

[¦in·kəm‚pres·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(mechanics)
Quality of a substance which maintains its original volume under increased pressure.
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In Problem 2, we assume that the two immiscible and incompressible phases share the same viscosity value but have different densities.
As is shown in Figure 12, there are viscous incompressible fluids between two infinite-length concentric cylinders.
In this section, we will present the numerical methods for the fractional model of two-phase incompressible flow.
Let [u.sup.0] be the smooth solution, defined on [0, [T.sub.*]), to the incompressible Euler equations (1.4) with initial data [u.sup.0.sub.0].
The physical parameters are E = [10.sup.5] and v = 0.4999, hence the problem is nearly incompressible. In Figure 5.1(b) we plot the mesh of the bent domain.
We generated the images by fixing 10 different incompressible noises z and changing the one-hot encoding of the latent code [c.sub.1].
Li, "Incompressible limit of the compressible magnetohydrodynamic equations with vanishing viscosity coefficients," SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis, vol.
There should also be one additional valve actuator, to control the amount of incompressible fluid in the lower piston area of all the actuators.
Marliani, "Evolution of current sheets and regularity of ideal incompressible magnetic fluids in 2D," Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, vol.
Backward facing step problem is also a standard numerical example which involves a steady viscous incompressible flow over an isothermal two-dimensional backward facing step.
And the latter three terms can be estimated, noting that [[partial derivative].sub.3] [u.sub.3] = -[[partial derivative].sub.1] [u.sub.1]-[[partial derivative].sub.2][u.sub.2] from the incompressible condition
The insulation system is a stable incompressible solid in deep water environments that involve depths of more than 10,000 feet.