isenergic flow

isenergic flow

[¦ī·sə‚nər·jik ′flō]
(thermodynamics)
Fluid flow in which the sum of the kinetic energy, potential energy, and enthalpy of any part of the fluid does not change as that part is carried along with the fluid.
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