compressible fluid


compressible fluid
a fluid flow is compressible if its density changes appreciably (typically by a few percent) within the domain of interest. Typically, this will occur when the fluid velocity exceeds Mach 0.3. Hence, low velocity flows (both gas and liquids) behave incompressibly.

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