flow in(to) (something)

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flow in(to) (something)

To rush into something in a smooth, fluid manner, as of a liquid. We watched the tributary as it flowed into the river. I didn't consciously think of those images—it's like they just flowed into my head, and then I captured them in my poem.
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flow in(to) something

to course into something; to pour into something. The words flowed into my head, and I felt like I could write again. The water flowed in when I opened the door on the flood.
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Based on these assumptions and considering an elemental area, the energy balance equations for the PV cells, Tedlar back surface of the PV module, air flowing in the duct of BIPV/T, and back insulation surface can then be written as follows:
[h.sub.air] = convection heat-transfer coefficient of the air flowing in the duct, W x [K.sup.-1] x [m.sup.-2] (Btu x [K.sup.-1] x [ft.sup.-2])
[k.sub.air] = thermal conductivity of air flowing in the duct, W x [K.sup.-1] x [m.sup.-2] (Btu x [K.sup.-1] x [ft.sup.-2])