Streamtube is used to visualize expansion, contraction
and various properties of the fluid flow. These are useful in fluid
mechanics, engineering and geophysics. The streamtube constructed
in this paper only reveals the flow expansion rate along streamline.
Based on the mass conservative streamline, we will show how to
construct the streamtube.
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