Newtonian velocity

Newtonian velocity

[′nü′tō·nē·ən və′läs·əd·ē]
(mechanics)
The velocity of an object in a Newtonian reference frame, S, which can be determined from the velocity of the object in any other such frame, S ′, by taking the vector sum of the velocity of the object in S ′ and the velocity of the frame S ′relative to S.
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0] be the Newtonian velocity relative to [[summation].
The velocity profile at the inlet is the standard, parabolic Newtonian velocity profile at constant viscosity.