# streamline

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To design and construct the contours of a vehicle etc. so as to offer the least resistance to its flow through a fluid
A line that is tangent to the velocity of flow of a fluid; equivalent to the path of a specific particle in that flow
To simplify or organize a process in order to increase its efficiency
On a weather chart, a line that is tangent to the flow of the wind
that is designed so as to afford an unbroken flow of a fluid about it, esp
a line which is instantaneously parallel to fluid flow
– a type of fluid flow in which each layer of fluid follows a smooth path past other layers without crossing over or becoming tangled (also called laminar flow)
the path of an air parcel that flows steadily over or around an obstacle
A path in a steady flow field along which a given fluid particle travels
to a stream line; designating a motion or flow that is free from turbulence, like that of a particle in a streamline; hence, designating a surface, body, etc
{f} design or build in a form which offers minimum resistance to a current of air or fluid; make more efficient, organize, simplify
{i} path along which a fluid flows; direction in which a particle flows (i.e. in a fluid); aerodynamic shape
Streamlines of flow about a streamline body follow the contours of the body In streamline bodies the flow remains attached, whilst keeping wake behind it to a minimum
1 A body position that permits the smooth and efficient passage of water along your body as you swim, thus minimizing your drag in the water An important consideration in every stroke! 2 A low-drag body position in which the arms are extended straight ahead, usually with the hands placed one atop the other or palm-to-palm Used mainly during kick drills and immediately after turns (before breakout)
when the resistance to flow is the least possible; as, a streamline body for an automobile or airship
In visualization, an instantaneous representation of a vector field In contrast to Streakline, the path of a Styrofoam ball or balls over time through a static vector field For example, if you released a set of balls at the top of a hill, and assume the hill gradient is not changing over the brief time of sampling, the same paths would be traced by balls released at the same points now and one hour from now (disregarding chaos theory) Videotaping their motion with an open shutter would yield a line showing the overall path through the static gradient
contour economically or efficiently
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The position used to gain maximum distance during a start and/or push off from the wall in which the swimmer's body is as tight as it can be
To streamline an organization or process means to make it more efficient by removing unnecessary parts of it. They're making efforts to streamline their normally cumbersome bureaucracy. In fluid mechanics, the path of imaginary particles suspended in the fluid and carried along with it. In steady flow, the fluid is in motion but the streamlines are fixed. Where streamlines crowd together, the fluid speed is relatively high; where they open out, the fluid is relatively still. See also laminar flow, turbulent flow
A line on a weather map showing the path a parcel of air would follow as it moves through the atmosphere
streamline flow
flow of a gas or liquid in which the velocity at any point is relatively steady
streamlined
Having been made more simple and straight forward
streamlined
Simple past tense and past participle of streamline
streamlined
Designed to offer little resistance to the flow of fluid, especially by having sleek, graceful lines
streamlined
{s} designed to offer the least possible resistance to a current of air or fluid; made efficient, simplified
streamlined
past of streamline
streamlined
Designed or arranged to offer the least resistance to fluid flow; Reduced to essentials; lacking anything extra; Effectively organized or simplified: a streamlined method of production; Having flowing, graceful lines; sleek: a streamlined convertible; Improved in appearance or efficiency; modernized
streamlined
Objects which are aerodynamic, curved and smooth in shape are streamlined and move through air or water easily
streamlined
having a smooth, aerodynamically efficient shape offering minimal wind resistance; a classic example is the elongated tear drop shape
streamlined
the shape of a body made to offer as little resistance as possible to flow; as a rocket is to the flow of air; or as the TUNA is to the flow of water
streamlined
made efficient by stripping off nonessentials; "short streamlined meetings"
streamlined
made efficient by stripping off nonessentials; "short streamlined meetings
streamlined
A streamlined vehicle, animal, or object has a shape that allows it to move quickly or efficiently through air or water. these beautifully streamlined and efficient cars
streamlines
(n) Line marks, usually curved, used in visualizations to depict the path of flow of a fluid or gas Streamlines are used in aerodynamic studies to evaluate the flow of air or water around a proposed design
streamlines
Imaginary lines drawn in the flow to show the direction of the flow
streamlines
A method for outlining the topology, i e the field lines, of a vector field One takes a set of starting points, finds the vectors at these points by interpolation, if necessary, and integrates the points along the direction of the vector At the new positions the vector values are found by interpolation and one integrates again This process stops if a predetermined number of integration steps has been reached or if the points end up outside the data volume The calculated points are connected by lines The streamlines technique considers the vector field to be static
streamlines
plural of streamline
streamlines
Contours in the flow field that are tangent to the velocity vector
streamlining
the method of aligning the body so as to reduce resistance in the water
streamlining
{i} act of designing or building in a form which offers minimum resistance to a current of air or fluid; act of making more efficient, simplification
streamlining
(see Efficiency)
streamlining
changing the order of content of a process to eliminate cumbersome or unnecessary elements
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## Telaffuz

/ˈstrēmˌlīn/ /ˈstriːmˌlaɪn/

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