aerodynamic turbulence

aerodynamic turbulence

[‚e·ro·dī′nam·ik ′tərb·yə·ləns]
(fluid mechanics)
A state of fluid flow in which the instantaneous velocities exhibit irregular and apparently random fluctuations.
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