Reynolds model

Reynolds model

[′ren·əlz ‚mäd·əl]
(oceanography)
A laboratory model of ocean currents in which inertial forces and frictional forces predominate, and in which the Reynolds number is used extensively in calculations.
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Meanwhile, compared with the Reynolds model, the computational fluid dynamic techniques have enough available turbulence models for oil flow simulations.
[7-9] were inspired by Reynolds' model, they introduced a swarm system with double integral feature and realized the above three rules in Reynolds model. In article [7], Tanner et al.
Simon Pepper, a booker for Sandra Reynolds model agency in Norwich, says coffee-pot makers Bodum asked him for a redhead recently and he couldn't help as they didn't have a single one on the books.