Constructal Definition

(physics) Relating to or derived from the law of physics of evolutionary design, that evolved designs provide progressively greater transport, flow, or movement characteristics.

Origin of Constructal

  • Coined in 1996 by Adrian Bejan, based on the Latin verb construere, which means to construct. The Constructal law accounts for the natural phenomenon of Construction: the natural tendency toward flow configurations (constructs, designs) that flow more and more easily.

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