turbulence

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tur·bu·lence

(tŭr'byū-lĕnts),
In cardiology, erratic motion.
[L. turbulentus, stirred up, fr. turbo, to disturb]
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Fertilization success in broadcast spawners is thought to be influenced by fluid turbulence.
This taper minimizes dead space between the tubing and coupling which leads to a very low fluid turbulence and leaves no dead space for particle entrapment.
Now, a new means to efficiently depict fluid turbulence and to calculate its effects promises to influence many branches of science and technology.