fluid geometry

fluid geometry

[¦flü·əd jē′äm·ə·trē]
(geology)
Fluid distribution in reservoir strata controlled by rock effective pore-size distribution, rock wettability characteristics in relation to the fluids present, method of producing saturation, and rock heterogeneity.
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Each piece mimics the asymmetrical silhouette of the center, formed by the fluid geometry of water in motion.
While the center epitomizes a fluid geometry, the architects' achievement is not the production of an image of flow but the formation of flows within the building: Here, flow is a complex interaction between the building and its inhabitants, a function of the visitor's experience of and movement through space conjoined with the architecture's geometry.
"The fluid geometry of the wall ripples outward in areas to form shelves and benches," said Lukyanov-Cherny.