Turbulent vs Laminar flow

What is the difference?

Turbulent flow

Turbulent flow is when a solid is blocking a fluid and creates eddies for example a meteor is a solid and when it is floating and coming into earth it isn't aerodynamic and creates friction with the air creating an eddy

Laminar Flow

Laminar flow is when a solid is blocking a fluid but it is aerodynamic or there is nothing blocking it which means it is shaped so it can resist the fluid and move very fast. In Laminar flow you can't create eddies because it moves through the the fluid or nothing is blocking a fluid.

Some examples of Laminar and Turbulent

What happens after the turbulent flow

An eddy

An eddy happens behind the turbulent flow. It happens when the fluid is being moved by the solid but it happens in the back.