mean velocity


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mean velocity

[′mēn və′läs·əd·ē]
(physics)
The average value of the velocities of a group of particles, such as the molecules of a gas.
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Therefore, existence of mean velocity gradient is the necessary condition for eddies to be made.
2 percent for the mean velocity and 23 percent for the minimum velocity.
Interestingly, the frequency of above the mean velocity of serves was slightly more than the frequency of below mean velocity.
The mean velocity of the finger along the line of text was measured in centimeters per second.
00): mean velocity in the x direction for Copy Date, mean velocity in the y direction for Draw Circles, and on-paper time for Copy Alphabet.
For rectangular, partly-vegetated, and compound open-channel flows, they show simulated mean flow and turbulence structures, including streamwise mean velocity, secondary currents, turbulence intensity, and Reynolds stress.
The cyclic nature of the measurement error was independent of the mean velocity, although slight differences in the position of the apparent maximum and minimum error points occurred for the lowest velocity test.
The increase in percentage of double support in GC and the decrease in mean velocity were significantly different in CPIFA group compared to TD and NIFA groups (Table 3).
Several measurements of mean velocity profiles of a single air jet issuing from rectangular and more recently round nozzles have been made.
The percent increase of mean velocity after the breath holding TCD test showed a significant increase compared to the baseline in both patient groups.
There were no differences in mean velocity and mean flow volume in the grafts between studied groups with varying degrees of stenosis.