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airflow

[′er‚flō]
(fluid mechanics)
A flow or stream of air which may take lace in a wind tunnel or, as a relative airflow, past the wing or other parts of a moving craft. Also known as airstream.
A rate of flow, measured by mass or volume per unit of time.
(mining engineering)

airflow

airflow
A flow or stream of air. An airflow may take place in a wind tunnel, in the induction system of an engine, etc. It is relative airflow that goes past the wing or other parts of a moving craft. The rate of airflow is measured by mass or volume per unit of time.
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