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to flow vi. fließen
  laufen
  münden
  rinnen
  strömen
  verlaufen
  zufließen
flow subst. die Menstruation f
  die Strömung f
flow subst. pl die Menses f
flow subst. obs der Abfluß m obs
  der Durchfluss m
  der Durchfluß m obs
  der Flow m
  der Fluss m
  der Fluß m obs
  der Strom m
  der Zufluß m obs
flow subst. das Fließen n
  das Strömen n
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Flow may refer to:

Science and technology

Relating to the movement of material

Fluid dynamics, or fluid flow, the motion of a gas or liquid Environmental flow, the amount of water necessary in a watercourse to maintain a healthy ecosystem Flow chemistry, a chemical reaction run in a continuous stream Flow cytometry, a technique for counting, examining and sorting microscopic particles suspended in a stream of fluid Mass flow rate, the movement of mass per time Traffic flow, the study of interactions between vehicles, drivers, and infrastructure Volumetric flow rate, the volume of a fluid which passes through a given surface per unit of time

Mathematics

Flow (mathematics), a variable that depends on time Flow network, a directed graph where each edge receives a flow Signal-flow graph, a graphical means of showing the relations among the variables of a set of linear algebraic relations

Computer science

Packet flow, the flow of packets over a computer network. Control flow, or flow of control of an imperative or functional computer program Control flow diagram, describing a business process or computer program Dataflow, computing term related to the flow of messages between software components Data flow diagram, describing the flow of messages between software components Calligra Flow, diagramming and flowcharting application, part of the Calligra Suite. Traffic flow (computer networking), flow of packets from a source to a destination Flow to HDL, tools and methods convert flow-based system design into a hardware description language webMethods Flow, a graphical programming language used in the webMethods Integration Server

Other uses in science and technology

Flow (psychology), a psychological state where a person is fully immersed and focused on an activity or task Flow diagram, with multiple meanings Flowchart, a visual representation of procedural programming Functional... mehr

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