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Infiltration (Smdffg)

The volume of groundwater entering a sewer and its connections from the soil through pipe, joints, connections, or appurtenances. Also, the flow of a fluid into a substance through pores or small openings. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
Use For
Fluid infiltration
Broader Term
Flow (Smdff)
Related Terms (Hierarchical)
Boundary layer flow (Smdffa)
Flow by speed (Smdffb)
Compressible flow (Smdffc)
Confined flow (Smdffd)
Convection (Fluid mechanics) (Smdffe)
Flow equations (Smdfff)
Laminar flow (Smdffi)
Multidimensional flow (Smdffk)
Multiphase flow (Smdffl)
Nonnewtonian flow (Smdffm)
Nonuniform flow (Smdffn)
Overflows (Smdffo)
Overtopping (Smdffp)
Percolation (Smdffq)
Seepage (Smdffr)
Slip (Fluid mechanics) (Smdffs)
Transitional flow (Smdfft)
Turbulence (Smdffu)
Viscous flow (Smdffv)
Vortices (Smdffw)
Wakes (Smdffx)
Unsteady flow (Smdffy)