con-, 强调。-vect, 携带，移动，词源同vector, vehicle.
- convection (n.)
- 1620s, from Latin convectionem (nominative convectio) "the act of carrying," noun of action from past participle stem of convehere "to carry together," from com- "together" (see com-) + vehere "to carry" (see vehicle). Related: Convective. Convection current recorded from 1868.
- 1. These fires create convection funnels, and throw a lot of particles into the upper atmosphere.
- 2. Convection can be of two types: natural convection and forced convection.
- 对流可分为两类, 即 自然对流和强制对流.
- 3. One of the ways to dissipate perspiration is by convection.
- 4. In convection, hot currents flow upwards.
- 5. Droplet ignition and extinction in practical combustors are strongly influenced by forced convection and turbulence.
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