drift in

drift in(to) (something)

To move slowly into some thing or place. Whenever they have study hall, the students tend to just drift into the attendance office, as if they have nothing better to do.
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drift in

(to something) to move slowly and gradually into something. The people drifted slowly into the hall. The boats drifted into the shore on the tide.
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(2015), who evaluated drift in wind tunnel and concluded that the air-induction nozzle led to lower values of drift in comparison to other models of spray nozzle.
Spray nozzles with second-generation air-induction inclined flat jet (JAP) and standard inclined flat jet (J3D) reduce the collected drift in comparison to the nozzle without inclination, regardless of wind flow direction.
Polikar, "Incremental learning of concept drift in nonstationary environments," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, vol.
The SteadiQ from Ocean Optics provides a temperature controlled atmosphere, helping to stabilize temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20 to 50 C.
The SteadiQ provides a temperature controlled atmosphere, helping to stabilise temperature effects and eliminate temperature drift in inclement conditions or extreme temperatures from -20[degrees]C to 50[degrees]C.