diagnostic equation

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diagnostic equation

[‚dī·əg′näs·tik i′kwā·zhən]
(meteorology)
Any equation governing a system which contains no time derivative and therefore specifies a balance of quantities in space at a moment of time; examples are a hydrostatic equation or a balance equation.
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