Definitions for laminar flow
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the flow of a viscous fluid in which particles of the fluid move in parallel layers, each of which has a constant velocity but is in motion relative to its neighboring layers.
Origin of laminar flow:
nonturbulent streamline flow in parallel layers (laminae)
A smooth, streamline type of viscous flow in which the fluid behaves as a system of orderly layers, with no eddies or irregular fluctuations.
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