Clean Energy Research:boundary layer

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boundary layer

boundary layer
Definition (en)

1. The layer of fluid near a boundary that is affected by friction against that boundary surface, and possibly by transport of heat and other variables across that surface.

2. In a physical or mathematical system, a region over which some property or term in the equations varies rapidly, that is, over its full range; conversely, a region outside of which certain terms may be neglected.
Explanation Meteorologiassa rajakerros tarkoittaa ilmakehän rajakerrosta, katso: Clean Energy Research:atmospheric boundary layer
Explanation (en) In meteorology this is the atmospheric boundary layer, see: Clean Energy Research:atmospheric boundary layer




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Tieteen termipankki 24.6.2021: Clean Energy Research:boundary layer. (Tarkka osoite: Energy Research:boundary layer.)

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