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- In the field of physics, engineering, and earth sciences, advection is the transport of a substance or quantity by bulk motion of a fluid. The properties...
- of terrain with the absence of wind. Advection fog occurs when moist air p****es over a cool surface by advection (wind) and is cooled. It is common as...
- of moisture advection are often co-located with regions of warm advection. Using the cl****ical definition of advection, moisture advection is defined as:...
- convection–diffusion equation is a combination of the diffusion and convection (advection) equations, and describes physical phenomena where particles, energy,...
- humidity, white frost in humid conditions, window frost on gl**** surfaces, advection frost from cold wind over cold surfaces, black frost without visible ice...
- Convection is single or multiphase fluid flow that occurs spontaneously due to the combined effects of material property heterogeneity and body forces...
- "puff up" into a torus or some other three-dimensional solution like an Advection Dominated Accretion Flow (ADAF). The ADAF solutions usually require that...
- Positive vorticity advection, or PVA, is the result of more cyclonic values of vorticity advecting into lower values of vorticity. It is more generally...
- with height. If geostrophic wind blows from cold air to warm air (cold advection) the geostrophic wind will turn counterclockwise with height (for the...
- In scientific visualization, texture advection is a family of methods to densely visualize vector fields or flows (like the wind movement of a tornado)...
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