
Definition of Streamline flow
1. Noun. Flow of a gas or liquid in which the velocity at any point is relatively steady.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Streamline Flow
Literary usage of Streamline flow
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. ABC of Aviation: A Complete, Practical Treatise Outlining Clearly the by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1918)
"streamline flow: A term in hydromechanics to describe the condition of continuous
flow of a fluid, as distinguished from eddying flow, where discontinuity ..."
2. The ABC of Aviation: A Complete, Practical Treatise Outlining Clearly the by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1918)
"STREAMLINE SHAPE : A shape intended to avoid eddying or discontinuity and to
preserve streamline flow, thus keeping resistance to progress at a minimum. ..."
3. Manual of Military Aviation by Hollis Leroy Müller (1917)
"•streamline flow: A term in hydromechanics to describe the condition of continuous
flow of a fluid, as distinguished from eddying flow where discontinuity ..."
4. Manual of Military Aviation by Hollis Leroy Müller (1917)
"'streamline flow: A term in hydromechanics to describe the condition of continuous
flow of a fluid, as distinguished from eddying flow where discontinuity ..."
5. Airplane Characteristics: A Systematic Introduction for Flyer and Student by Frederick Bedell (1918)
"32 shows a strut more nearly conforming to streamline flow. Only a little is
gained by tapering the front side of a cylinder or strut. ..."
6. Airplane Characteristics: A Systematic Introduction for Flyer and Student by Frederick Bedell (1918)
"32 shows a strut more nearly conforming to streamline flow. Only a little is
gained by tapering the front side of a cylinder or strut. ..."
7. Airscrews in Theory and Experiment by Arthur Fage (1920)
"With the outflowing stream. however, the conditions for streamline flow—it is
here assumed that a streamline flow is one in which the sum of the velocity ..."