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  LiquidMotion

Sigma KEE - LiquidMotion
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LiquidMotion
Any Motion where the patient is a Liquid. This class would cover, in particular, the flow of Water.
Relationships      
Parents Motion Any Process of movement.
Children BleedingAirThe process of removing fluid under pressure to locate and remove pockets of Air. This is done typically in hydraulic applications since air is compressible, and therefore undesirable in a hydraulic line.
 CavitatingA process whereby a PartialVacuum forms in a Liquid, near the blades or impellers of a Pump, reducing its ability to move the liquid.
 DrippingAny LiquidMotion where the Liquid is moved drop by drop.
 FloodingFlooding is the subclass of LiquidMotion processes in which the water level of a Waterway rises or water spreads over a flood plain along a Waterway.
 Perspiring
 PouringAny instance of Transfer from one Container to another, where the thing transferred is a Liquid.
 SprayingAny instance of Transfer of a Liquid which is accomplished by converting the Liquid into a mist.
 StirringAny instance of LiquidMotion which is also an instance of Combining two or more Liquids.
 WaterMotionAny LiquidMotion where the Liquid is Water.
 WaterWaveA WaterWave is a raised ridge of water moving along the surface of a body of water. The WaterWave moves in a direction approximately transverse to the crest line of the wave. The patient of the WaterWave is successive regions of water, which do not travel in the direction of the wave or with it.
 WeepingExpressing unhappiness by shedding tears.


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