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fluid-flow analogy
In transportation engineering, a conceptual model of traffic flow based on the behavior of fluids.

The intuitive power of this model is expressed in common terms; such as, "flow" and "bottleneck", but the "fluid-flow analogy" is also used to construct sophisticated models of traffic behavior.

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