In scientific visualization a streamsurface is the 3D generalization of a streamline. It is the union of all streamlines seeded densely on a curve. Like a streamline, a streamsurface is used to visualize flows – three-dimensional flows in this case. Specifically, it is "the locus of an infinite set of such curves [streamlines], rooted at every point along a continuous originating line segment."
- Hultquist, J. P. M. (1992). Constructing stream surfaces in steady 3D vector fields. IEEE Computer Society Press Los Alamitos, CA, USA. pp. 171 – 178. ISBN 0-8186-2896-0.
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