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Boundary layer effect

The field region in which all changes occuring in the flow pattern. The boundary layer distorts surrounding nonviscous flow. It is a phenonomen of viscous forces. This effect is related to the Leidenfrost Effect[?] and the Reynolds number.

This effect is exploited in the Tesla turbine.



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