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isobaric

[¦i·sə¦bär·ik]
(thermodynamics)
Of equal or constant pressure, with respect to either space or time.
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We have given in Table 2, for a series of selected T-values, a list of smoothed isobaric lattice heat capacity values, [C.sup.(L).sub.p] (T) = [C.sub.p] (T) - [c.sub.1]T, including the corresponding (effective) lattice Debye temperatures, [[THETA].sup.(L).sub.D] (T), which have been calculated on the basis of precision formulas to be presented below (in Section 5).
Eti, "Comparative study of fentanyl and morphine in addition to hyperbaric or isobaric bupivacaine in combined spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section," Archives of Medical Science, vol.
In direct comparison with the illustrated changes of state of LPG 1 in the isobaric density diagram of propene in Figure 5, the compression ratio of the HPP seems to be smaller.
Caption: Figure 10: Streamline and isobaric line around hydrophilic and hydrophobic spheres during water entry.
Another risk divers face is isobaric counter diffusion, which causes breathing difficulties.
Trace levels of MCT-N-oxide and two DHPAs with MS data consistent with the MCT-related macrocyclic diesters retusine and crispatine (or similar isobaric isomers) were observed in addition to the major presence of MCT (Figure 2).
Viviani, "Non isobaric boundary layers related to Marangoni flows," Meccanica, vol.
where [C.sub.p], [[alpha].sub.p] represent the isobaric heat capacity and the isobaric thermal expansion, respectively, and [P.sub.ref] is a reference pressure where density is known.
The constant pressure case is important for the computation of isobaric flames, for example, for the computation of the extinction strain rate at a specific pressure or the creation of a flamelet table.