What is the Meaning of: Stream | Concept and Definition of: Stream

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

Flow (from the latin fluxus) is the action and the effect of flow (flow, flow, spread, move). The term is used, for example, to refer to the movement of the tide. Figuratively, it comes to the high abundance of something. Examples: "the flow of water was unstoppable and eventually destroy all barriers", "after the hearing, the victim's brother approached journalists and started to say a stream of words harsh and disproportionate."
Refers to magnetic flux measurement of the amount of magnetism that is calculated from the magnetic field, the surface on which it and the angle formed by the lines of the magnetic field and the surface elements.
The luminous flux, for its part, is the Visual magnitude corresponding to the light output (the radiation) perceived/received while the energy flow is the one which corresponds to the power emitted in the form of radiation. Then it is also the heat flow, i.e., the heat per unit time.
Mathematics rely on the flowchart to represent in a graph algorithms of a process contains multiple factors. The economy uses this kind of diagrams to detail the State of a given process.
In psychology, the stream (literal translation of the English "flow") is a mental state that a person reaches when it is fully immersed in its businesses and its activities. It is characterized by the sensation of a focus of energy and confidence in the success of the process.
In medicine, the flow is a flow of a fluid. This is the case, for example, menstrual flow and vaginal flux. Menstrual flow refers to the rules of the woman. In regards to the vaginal flow, it is the secretions of clear fluid from the vagina faces sexual stimulation or during the rules. The flux produced by the glands of Bartholin makes easier penetration of the fact of moistening the vulva.

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