one-dimensional flow

one-dimensional flow

[′wən di‚men·chən·əl ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Fluid flow in which all flow is parallel to some straight line, and characteristics of flow do not change in moving perpendicular to this line.
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The truncated power-law model, in which the power-law model is terminated at the limiting Newtonian viscosities, has been applied to this situation without sacrificing the power-law equations for one-dimensional flow [5, 10, 11].
Following a simplified model by Plas [1], consider an idealized one-dimensional flow entering a BLI jet engine at [u.
Swaroop and Mehta [2] have obtained a solution to the problem of one-dimensional flow in unsaturated porous media taking finite element approach.
Water- and Sewerage Authority (VAV) need a software for flood modeling that can be linked dynamically against both drainage models and one-dimensional flow model for water resources.
His topics include optoisolation one-dimensional flow and bifurcation, optoisolation negative differential resistance circuits as a dynamical system, optoisolation circuit two-dimensional flow, optoisolation circuit time period delay differential equation, and optoisolation circuit chaos characteristics.
For one-dimensional flow of perfect gas without any energy loss, the ideal pressure rise for given diffuser can be computed by considering energy conservation.
The development of the coathanger die originates in a simplified one-dimensional flow design equation.
Soon centrifugal impeller design using one-dimensional flow theory became routine.
Chapter 6 One-Dimensional Flow of Water Through Soils.
19, 20], the existence of periodic solutions in the linearly unstable regime is demonstrated in the case of the one-dimensional flow, without the use of periodic conditions in the direction of the flow.
The above models, which assumed that only one significant flow exists in each control volume, were called one-dimensional flow models.
The form of this equation is similar to that for the shape factor for one-dimensional flow in a conduit (10).