Constructural law

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Understanding the constructural law (Adrian Bejan)


The natural tendency of flow systems, such as rivers, trees, lungs, is to generate and evolve structures that increase their flow access. It holds that shape and form arise to facilitate flow. The design that happens spontaneously reflects this tendency: entities to flow more easily and move more resources further and faster per unit of valuable energy.

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