steady streamlined flow

steady streamlined flow
An airflow whose parameters (e.g., speed, direction, pressure, etc.) are constant at any point with respect to time. The airflow could be linear, a controlled separated flow, a leading-edge vortex flow, or a vortex trail.
Vortex streamline flow.
Linear streamline flow.

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