APA provides flow analysis solutions by predicting the stability of a system with respect to time and vice versa. Steady-state flow analysis refers to the condition where the fluid properties at a point in the system do not change over time. The steady state condition for a flow-field implies that the velocity field and any property associated with the flow field remain unchanged with time. It suggests that the system has finished evolving, and now the properties, when measured at a point, do not change with time.

In steady state, there may be different temperatures in body at different locations but the temperature at any given point will remain constant.

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