boundary layer

  1. the layer of slower flow of a fluid past a surface
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How To Use boundary layer In A Sentence

  • The thickness of the boundary layer was estimated to propose the design constraint of the measure sensor.
  • These augmented concentrations of CO 2 can be expected to support some photosynthesis but are not sufficiently large to compensate for the suppressing effects of slow diffusion and unstirred boundary layers.
  • These photographs were obtained by illuminating a very thin layer of a smoke-filled boundary layer.
  • Eventually, all the non-turbulent regions have been absorbed and the boundary layer is wholly turbulent.
  • Boundary layer conductance may also be lower with a more open crown, thus further increasing transpiration.
  • These might consist of old ocean crust or material from one of the boundary layers.
  • The result shows that the new model can simulate the turbulent structure and the cloud microphysical processes of the marine stratocumulus-topped planetary boundary layer.
  • The temperature gradient just above the core would become much steeper, for example, causing a much hotter boundary layer.
  • Experiments like this opened geophysicists' eyes to the myriad ways this boundary layer could look.
  • When I try to explain the boundary layer, laminar flow, turbulent mixing, entropy, and autopsies to them, there eyes just glaze over.
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