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Recently, real time velocity vector field data for polystyrene flowing into a corner-gated rectangular mold have been reported (15), and the present study follows from this prior effort.
Looking back at my tape, I saw that as soon as I put in the lineup correction, my velocity vector fell from the crotch of the ship, back aft to the round down.
Velocity vectors by cyclone walls, as presented in Fig.
Many features in FLOWCast[TM], such as velocity vectors, flow pathlines and variable-speed animations can be used to fully understand the impact of the filling process on casting quality.
r] is Kinematic rotational viscosity and [omega] is angular velocity vector normal to XY plane, K is the permeability of the Porous medium.
2]u (2) where v is kinematic viscosity, u is the velocity vector of the fluid parcel, p is pressure, and [rho] is fluid density.
Velocity vector field for the case of using [psi]=24 mm tube is shown in figure 3.
It also presents obvious vortex velocity vector above the surgery table.