fluid dynamics

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fluid dynamics

n. (used with a sing. verb)
The branch of fluid mechanics concerned with the movement of gases and liquids.
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The fluid rushed into the brain by piggybacking on the outer surfaces of arteries, Fluid laden with toxins and waste was expelled through large drains, Channels (purple) on specialized brain cells called astrocytes (green) control the fluid flow, the team reports in the Aug.
of Bari, Italy) set out the main methods, techniques, and tricks used to derive sufficient conditions for fluid flow stability.
JCF Fluid Flow, the company which manufactures industrial valves under the brand name 'JC Valves', plans to set up valve service centres in Qatar and Kuwait as part of its new expansion plan, says JCF Fluid Flow president and CEO KE Faizal.
In order to understand the fluid flow, heat, and mass transfer characteristics occurring in the fixed beds, a computational modeling approach is being considered.
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Sensing of fluid flow is demonstrated by measuring a change in the large signal resistance of the microheater analogous to a hot wire anemometer with a detection limit of [+ or -] 320 pL/s.
The capability to use hybrid meshes in a fluid flow analysis enables engineers to produce fast, accurate FEA meshes on the first pass, the company adds.
It permits checking of fluid flow at a glance via a green LED light.
0, the latest release of its hottest selling stand-alone fluid flow and heat transfer simulation program.
A new cleaning fluid for hot-oil temperature controllers is designed to break up sludge, carbon lumps, and other deposits that can hamper heat transfer and fluid flow.