two-dimensional flow

two-dimensional flow

[′tü ¦di¦men·shən·əl ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Fluid flow in which all flow occurs in a set of parallel planes with no flow normal to them, and the flow is identical in each of these parallel planes.
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Laminar Flow over a Downstream-Facing Step in a Two-Dimensional Flow Channel" Transport Institute Chemical Engineers, 52: 361-367.
Numerical simulation of the two-dimensional flow in high pressure catalytic combustor for gas turbine.
To improve the performance of the selection system has been prepared a revamping project phase I, which substantially consists in increasing the automation of the selection process through the inclusion of a ballistic sieve, that allows to separate the three-dimensional flow from two-dimensional flow, in addition to intercept the fine fraction of the waste and the installation of an optical separator on the three-dimensional line to intercept the plastic packaging in cd IPP.
To support this conjecture, Williams used a numerical model of a shallow, two-dimensional flow of uniform density on a spherical surface.
Two-dimensional flow along an inclined plane wall and the impact of Coanda effect on the flow character is described also in the paper of Allery et al.
A flat, two-dimensional flow of electric current has long been thought essential to the secret of high-temperature superconductors.
The mathematical model associated to the vortex phenomena is the 3D version of the widespread isochoric two-dimensional flow [1]
Figure 11 shows the results of a study on two-dimensional flow in the horizontally placed mold of uniform thickness (Case 3).
People often have a hard time seeing the connection between a two-dimensional flow chart or a computer simulation and the actual day-to-day activities of their jobs.
Both the Florida and Georgia departments of transportation have completed two-dimensional flow analysis to evaluate complex flow situations at tidal bridges.

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