[ ak-see-uh l-floh ]
/ ˈæk si əlˈfloʊ /
having a fluid flow parallel to an axis of rotation, as in a turbine.
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- axial point,
- axial skeleton,
- axial strain,
- axial stress,
- axial vector,
- axial-flow compressor,
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