- friction layer.
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friction layer. — See surface boundary layer. * * * … Universalium
friction layer — /ˈfrɪkʃən leɪə/ (say frikshuhn layuh) noun → atmospheric boundary layer … Australian English dictionary
Friction welding — (FW) is a class of solid state welding processes that generates heat through mechanical friction between a moving workpiece and a stationary component, with the addition of a lateral force called upset to plastically displace and fuse the… … Wikipedia
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atmospheric boundary layer — noun the lower layer of the earth s atmosphere, nearest to earth, where friction with land and water affects wind speed and direction; of varying depth according to terrain, but usually up to about 1 kilometre above the earth s surface. Also,… … Australian English dictionary
surface boundary layer — Meteorol. the thin layer of air adjacent to the earth s surface, usually considered to be less than 300 ft. (91 m) high. Also called surface layer, atmospheric boundary layer, friction layer, ground layer. * * * … Universalium
surface boundary layer — Meteorol. the thin layer of air adjacent to the earth s surface, usually considered to be less than 300 ft. (91 m) high. Also called surface layer, atmospheric boundary layer, friction layer, ground layer … Useful english dictionary
Boundary layer — For the anatomical structure, see Boundary layer of uterus. Boundary layer visualization, showing transition from laminar to turbulent condition In physics and fluid mechanics, a boundary layer is that layer of fluid in the immediate vicinity of… … Wikipedia
Planetary boundary layer — Depiction of where the planetary boundary layer lies on a sunny day The planetary boundary layer (PBL), also known as the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL), is the lowest part of the atmosphere and its behavior is directly influenced by its… … Wikipedia
skin friction — noun 1. : friction between a fluid and the surface of a solid moving through it or between a moving fluid and its enclosing surface 2. : the part of the drag of an airplane or of the head resistance of a ship due to the friction of air or of air… … Useful english dictionary