Meaning of isobaric in English:


Pronunciation /ʌɪsə(ʊ)ˈbarɪk/


See isobar

‘A phase transition produced by isothermally increasing surface pressure can often be reversed during isobaric heating.’
  • ‘This diagram is the same as the one above except that the major pressure and wind zones have been replaced by a typical isobaric weather map.’
  • ‘For all simulations, isothermal and isobaric conditions were assumed.’
  • ‘Conversely, crust above the detachment undergoes nearly isobaric heating accompanied by brittle faulting with little or no uplift.’
  • ‘However, the nature of this isobaric degassing is fundamentally different from that which occurs during decompression.’