source flow

source flow

[′sȯrs ‚flō]
(fluid mechanics)
In three-dimensional flow, a point from which fluid issues at a uniform rate in all directions.
In two-dimensional flow, a line normal to the planes of flow, from which fluid flows uniformly in all directions at right angles to the line.
References in classic literature ?
From that source flow these ills, as a river from a spring; but so it was fated.
For Turkey, which has a foreign exchange deficit that corresponds to 8-9 percent of its national income, thus, which is in need of a foreign source flow to that extent, to export capital is not due to having a "capital surplus" but is for different reasons.
So, remittances from the GCC countries to India alone amount to $23bn a year today, and those to Bangladesh, Pakistan, the Philippines and Thailand are not far behind in terms of their relative national importance." What else does that labour and expertise source flow entail for the GCC?
Consequently, we are confident that the seven obsidian pieces assigned to Group 5 originally derived from a source flow on western Fergusson Island--some 1000 kilometers southeast of the Sepik coast--although we cannot on present evidence suggest a particular sub-source.
Example: installing water monitoring sub-meters to measure source flow.
It is able to oscillate over a wide frequency and pressure range and is easy to operate with in the source flow range.
Unfilled and low filled polymers show a typical source flow during filling of the mold, while the velocity profile over the part's thickness is parabolic with the highest velocity in the center of the part and wall adhesion at the surface.
In the visible interior of the 'cut bamboo cane', source flow also reveals a delicate shimmer, which is based on the interplay of light on the river-bed pebbles.
The natural character is further emphasized by the matching "Source flow" fitting, which feeds the stone with water like an open spring and in so doing, seems to constantly hollow it out even further.
You can measure your water source flow fairly easily by allowing water to run into a bucket of known volume (such as a five-gallon bucket), while timing the rate of fill to the nearest second.
An operation may be a statement in the case of a source flow graph, an IR operation in the case of an intermediate representation, or an instruction in the case of an object flow graph.
The analyses that follow consist of using a computer aided support system (CASS) defect model to help prioritize rehabilitation in terms of costs and related source flow. CASS prioritizes point-by-point rehabilitation of defects found by inspection and other measurements.