autoconvection

Autoconvection vs Autoconnection - What's the difference?

autoconvection | autoconnection |


As nouns the difference between autoconvection and autoconnection

is that autoconvection is spontaneous convection in a fluid layer while autoconnection is automatic connection.

Autoconvection vs Autoconvective - What's the difference?

autoconvection | autoconvective |


As a noun autoconvection

is spontaneous convection in a fluid layer.

As an adjective autoconvective is

of, pertaining to, or exhibiting autoconvection.

Layer vs Autoconvection - What's the difference?

layer | autoconvection |


As nouns the difference between layer and autoconvection

is that layer is a single thickness of some material covering a surface while autoconvection is spontaneous convection in a fluid layer.

As a verb layer

is (ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers.

Fluid vs Autoconvection - What's the difference?

fluid | autoconvection |


As nouns the difference between fluid and autoconvection

is that fluid is fluid while autoconvection is spontaneous convection in a fluid layer.

Convection vs Autoconvection - What's the difference?

convection | autoconvection |


As nouns the difference between convection and autoconvection

is that convection is the process of conveying something while autoconvection is spontaneous convection in a fluid layer.

Spontaneous vs Autoconvection - What's the difference?

spontaneous | autoconvection |


As an adjective spontaneous

is self-generated; happening without any apparent external cause.

As a noun autoconvection is

spontaneous convection in a fluid layer.