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Jet fluid has higher momentum compared to the surrounding fluid medium. In the case that the surrounding medium is assumed to be made up of the same fluid as the jet, and this fluid has a viscosity, the surrounding fluid is carried along with the jet in a process called entrainment.
Some animals, notably cephalopods, use a jet to propel themselves in water.
- Plane counterflow jets
- Bickley jet
- Landau–Squire jet
- Schlichting jet
- Jet nozzle, how a jet is formed
- Jet damping, a jet carries away angular momentum from a device emitting it
- Jet of blood
- Astrophysical jet
- Lava fountain
- "a usually forceful stream of fluid (as water or gas) discharged from a narrow opening or a nozzle." http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jet
- Pijush K. Kundu and Ira M. Cohen, "Fluid mechanics, Volume 10", Elsevier, Burlington, MA,USA (2008), ISBN 978-0-12-373735-9
- Falkovich, G. (2011). Fluid Mechanics, a short course for physicists. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-00575-4.
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