lamellar vector field

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lamellar vector field

[lə′mel·ər ′vek·tər ‚fēld]
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Movement of cephalic appendages of copepods generates feeding currents, and analyses of the feeding current reveal that it is a low Re laminar field, in which flow is orderly and streamline trajectories are predictable (Koehl and Stickler, 1981; Stickier, 1982).
3] This is considered a transition zone in flow, where routine swimming and feeding take place at low Re regimes and laminar fields, whereas escapes and captures occur at high Re realms in quasi-turbulent fields.
As mentioned in the introduction, routine swimming and feeding take place in low Re regimes and laminar fields, whereas escapes and captures occur at high Re realms in quasi-turbulent fields.