F L U I D A L
´╗┐Definitions
of
fluid
on
the
Web:
*
subject
to
change;
variable;
'a
fluid
situation
fraught
with
uncertainty';
'everything
was
unstable
following
the
coup'
*
characteristic
of
a
fluid;
capable
of
flowing
and
easily
changing
shape
*
fluent:
smooth
and
unconstrained
in
movement;
'a
long,
smooth
stride';
'the
fluid
motion
of
a
cat';
'the
liquid
grace
of
a
ballerina'
*
a
substance
that
is
fluid
at
room
temperature
and
pressure
*
in
cash
or
easily
convertible
to
cash;
'liquid
(or
fluid)
assets'
*
a
continuous
amorphous
substance
that
tends
to
flow
and
to
conform
to
the
outline
of
its
container:
a
liquid
or
a
gas
*
affording
change
(especially
in
social
status);
'Britain
is
not
a
truly
fluid
society';
'upwardly
mobile'
wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
*
A
subset
of
the
phases
of
matter,
fluids
include
liquids,
gases,
plasmas
and,
to
some
extent,
plastic
solids.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluid
*
FLUID
(Fast
Light
User
Interface
Designer)
is
a
graphical
editor
that
is
used
to
produce
FLTK
source
code.
FLUID
edits
and
saves
its
state
in
text
.fl
files,
which
can
be
edited
in
a
text
editor
for
finer
control
over
display
and
behavior.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FLUID
*
Anything
that
flows,
either
liquid
or
gas.
Some
solids
can
also
exhibit
fluid
behavior
over
time.
science.nasa.gov/newhome/help/glossa
*
A
liquid
or
gas.
www.fisicx.com/quickreference/scienc
*
A
fluid
is
any
material
or
substance
which
flows
or
moves
whether
in
a
semisolid,
liquid,
sludge,
gas
or
any
other
form
or
state.
www.epa.gov/region5/water/uic/glossa
*
Usually
a
gaseous
or
liquid
substance
which
is
capable
of
flowing.
Air
is
fluid
under
normal
conditions.
www.f1nutter.co.uk/tech/glossary.php
*
Matter
in
a
gas
or
liquid
state
www.planetpals.com/ecodictionary.htm
*
a
substance
that
flows
and
yields
to
any
force
tending
to
change
its
shape.
Liquids
and
gases
are
fluids.
www.fi.edu/fellows/fellow2/jan99/new
*
a
substance
which
deforms
continuously
under
the
action
of
a
shear
force,
however
small.
Wellbore
fluids
include
oil
and
water
(with
or
without
gas
in
solution)
and
free
gas.
www.bakerhughes.com/investor/resourc
*
A
fluid
web
page
layout
is
when
a
page
contracts
and
expands
horizontally
inside
a
persons
web
browser
despite
the
size
of
the
browser
window
or
the
resolution
of
the
monitor.
A
fixed
layout
will
remain
the
same
width
no
matter
what
size
of
the
browser
window.
www.mediascape.org.uk/code/glossary.
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The
material
being
controlled
or
dispensed
by
a
valve
or
pump.
A
fluid
can
be
a
gas,
vapor
or
liquid,
Most
fluids
have
friction
dependent
properties
such
as
viscosity,
which
affect
the
way
they
flow.
If
the
viscosity
of
a
fluid
is
low
enough
so
that
it
can
be
neglected,
the
fluid
can
be
considered
to
be
Ideal.
If
the
viscosity
of
the
fluid
is
not
negligible
but
is
constant
the
fluid
is
said
to
be
Newtonian.
...
www.valcor.com/Glossary.htm
*
A
liquid
or
gas
that
flows
and
assumes
the
shape
of
its
container.
www.discoverhover.org/infoinstructor
*
Any
material
that
flows;
liquids
and
gases
are
fluids.
jmsscienceweb.tripod.com/vocabulary.
*
Anything
that
flows;
in
particular,
any
liquid
or
gas.
www.nksd.net/schools/nkhs/staff/john