steady flow


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steady flow

[′sted·ē ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Fluid flow in which all the conditions at any one point are constant with respect to time.
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3 : showing little change <a steady flow of water> <I found a steady job.
I would call it a steady flow,'' lobby director Ralph Stanton said.
The nonferrous prices are bringing in a steady flow, and a lot of these folks load a little sheet iron onto their trucks as well," says a recycler in the Great Lakes region.
And Susan Schmidt, a reporter at The Washington Post, often seemed little more than a stenographer for the steady flow of damaging leaks engineered by Ken Starr's office.
Our office experiences a steady flow of leasing activity in the Bridgewater area.
A boom in commodity exports, a steady flow of remittances and sound fiscal policies have boosted investors' confidence in the region.
As Richard Paey sits in his cell, wheelchair bound, a subdermal pump delivers a steady flow of morphine to kill the back pain from a 1985 car crash.
He noted that the lack of gravity would make for a "unique environment" on how alloys solidify in a mold because there is no steady flow of liquid.
Las Vegas' breakneck population growth--upward of 5,000 migrants monthly--produces a steady flow of poor patients, which is the very thing that hindered UMC's operations initially.
Also, the surge bin is isolated on rubber mounts and vibrated with a gyratory motor to ensure steady flow into the small surge hopper of the flexible screw conveyor.
The standard diverts a steady flow into a collection tank of known volume during a measured time interval.
The latter, Drained from the corner of your eye (all works 2000), showcased the deceptively simple liberties of line drawing--summoning forth something from nothing, with only a steady flow of ink and a confident hand--while playing with positive and negative space and perspective.