Definition of Boundary layer
1. Noun. The layer of slower flow of a fluid past a surface.
Medical Definition of Boundary layer
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Literary usage of Boundary layer
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1. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1843)
"A plastic boundary -layer will in general have a thickness, measured in the y direction, ... A plastic boundary-layer near an infinite plane rigid watt. ..."
2. Text-book of normal histology: including an account of the development of by George Arthur Piersol (1904)
"Anterior boundary layer, ~\ Continuation of the tissues of the 3. ... The anterior boundary layer is formed by modification of the foremost stratum of the ..."
3. Elements of histology by Edward Klein, John Sydney Edkins (1898)
"From the large arterial trunks short branches come off, which enter the boundary layer, and there split up into a bundle of minute arterioles, which pass in ..."