dynamic fluidity

dynamic fluidity

[dī¦nam·ik flü′id·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
The reciprocal of the dynamic viscosity.
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The base] has been designed to draw upon the themes of motion and light; a shimmering glass surface drapes the tower's base and imparts a dynamic fluidity of form whose appearance will reflect its surroundings," Silverstein and SOM said in a joint statement.
Moreover, this is a dynamic fluidity, for the modern firm is still undergoing the structural and functional transformations necessary to take into account advances in information technology and meet new demands of global markets (Peters, 1999).
The dynamic fluidity of the Messenger's lean and taut form is expressed at rest as much as it is in movement.
Here Monte made room for asymmetry and filled the dancing with details, using the body in profile, occupying the feet with quick and interesting moves, and still calling on whole-body flexibility and dynamic fluidity.
Nye commented, "With the growing adoption of virtualization and cloud computing, which essentially deliver resources and applications on demand for end users, many IT departments are being forced to take a closer look at their legacy manual and custom scripted systems that put a wrench in the real-time and dynamic fluidity of these initiatives.

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