stream-line flow

streamline flow

noun
the flow of a fluid past an object such that the velocity at any fixed point in the fluid is constant or varies in a regular manner.
Compare turbulent flow.


Origin:
1905–10

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streamline flow
 
n
Compare turbulent flow See also laminar flow Also called: viscous flow flow of a fluid in which its velocity at any point is constant or varies in a regular manner. It can be represented by streamlines

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