Definition of Inviscid

1. Adjective. not viscid ¹



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Definition of Inviscid

1. not viscid [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inviscid

inviolacy
inviolate
inviolated
inviolately
inviolateness
inviolatenesses
invious
invirile
invirility
inviscate
inviscated
inviscates
inviscating
inviscation
inviscerate
inviscid (current term)
invisibilities
invisibility
invisible
invisible balance
invisible differentiation
invisible export
invisible exports
invisible hand
invisible import
invisible imports
invisible ink
invisible inks
invisible rail
invisible rails

Literary usage of Inviscid

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1887)
"... which I hope to explain in an early communication to the Royal Society of Edinburgh. But it is impossible, either in our ideal inviscid incompressible ..."

2. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1888)
"... motion to an incompressible inviscid fluid, a medium which shall transmit waves of laminar motion as the luminiferous aether transmits waves of light. ..."

3. The Aeroplane: A Concise Scientific Sudy by Arthur Fage (1915)
"... energy of the fluid, it follows that the pressure of the fluid within the region of c is low. Also, as the pressure of the inviscid fluid at any ..."

4. Aerodynamics: Constituting the First Volume of a Complete Work on Aerial Flight by Frederick William Lanchester (1907)
"Let us now take the case of a fluid bordering on the inviscid. ... The transition stages of the system of flow in the inviscid or nearly inviscid fluid are ..."

5. Aerodynamics: Constituting the First Volume of a Complete Work on Aerial Flight by Frederick William Lanchester (1908)
"The principal objection to the theory of discontinuity is that in an inviscid fluid a surface of discontinuity involves rotation, and therefore, ..."

6. Motion of Liquids by Richard De Villamil (1914)
"To explain more clearly what I mean ; if the Atlantic Ocean were composed of an inviscid liquid, a body moving in it at a depth of immersion of, say, ..."

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