Fluid Body – S14

S14 Fluid Body

Scope note:

This class comprises a mass of matter in fluid form environmentally constraint in some persistent form allowing for identifying it for the management or research of material phenomena, such as a part of the sea, a river, the atmosphere or the milk in a bottle. Fluids are generally defined by the continuity criterion which is characteristic of their substance: their amorphous matter is continuous and tends to flow. Therefore, contiguous amounts of matter within a fluid body may stay contiguous or at least be locally spatially confined for a sufficiently long time in order to be temporarily identified and traced. This is a much weaker concept of stability of form than the one we would apply to what one would call a physical object. In general, an instance of Fluid Body may gain or lose matter over time through so-called sources or sinks in its surface, in contrast to physical things, which may lose or gain matter by exchange of pieces such as spare parts or corrosion.

Examples:

The Rhine River

In First Order Logic:

  • S14(x) ⇒ S10(x)

Scope notes

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This class comprises a mass of matter in fluid form environmentally constraint in some persistent form allowing for identifying it for the management or research of material phenomena, such as a part of the sea, a river, the atmosphere or the milk in a bottle. Fluids are generally defined by the continuity criterion which is characteristic of their substance: their amorphous matter is continuous and tends to flow. Therefore, contiguous amounts of matter within a fluid body may stay contiguous or at least be locally spatially confined for a sufficiently long time in order to be temporarily identified and traced. This is a much weaker concept of stability of form than the one we would apply to what one would call a physical object. In general, an instance of Fluid Body may gain or lose matter over time through so-called sources or sinks in its surface, in contrast to physical things, which may lose or gain matter by exchange of pieces such as spare parts or corrosion. en CRMsci version 2.0 0

Examples

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The Rhine River en CRMsci version 2.0 0

Additional notes

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Identifier: S14

Official URI: http://www.cidoc-crm.org/cidoc-crm/CRMsci/S14_Fluid_Body
OntoME URI: https://ontome.net/ontology/c379

Labels

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Fluid Body * en 2024-05-24 0

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Namespace

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CRMsci version 2.0 2022-09-13
CRMsci version 1.2.3 2021-05-07

Parent classes

Class Class namespace Relation defined in Justification View details Edit Delete Comments
S10 Material Substantial CRMsci version 2.0 CRMsci version 2.0 0

Ancestor classes

Class Depth Class namespace Via
E1 CRM Entity 3 CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2 S10 - S15
E1 CRM Entity 4 CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2 S10 - E70 - E77
E70 Thing 2 CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2 S10
E77 Persistent Item 3 CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2 S10 - E70
Thing 4 OntoME internal model - active version S10 - S15 - E1
Thing 5 OntoME internal model - active version S10 - E70 - E77 - E1
S15 Observable Entity 2 CRMsci version 2.0 S10

Child and descendant classes

Class Depth Class namespace Via
S12 Amount of Fluid 1 CRMsci version 2.0

Related classes

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Outgoing properties (this class is domain)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace

Outgoing properties (inherited from ancestors)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
S14 Fluid Body (is a E1 CRM Entity ) crm:P1 is identified by (identifies) E41 Appellation CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E1 CRM Entity ) crm:P2 has type (is type of) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E1 CRM Entity ) crm:P3 has note E62 String CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E1 CRM Entity ) crm:P48 has preferred identifier (is preferred identifier of) E42 Identifier CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E1 CRM Entity ) crm:P137 exemplifies (is exemplified by) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E70 Thing ) crm:P43 has dimension (is dimension of) E54 Dimension CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E70 Thing ) crm:P101 had as general use (was use of) E55 Type CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a E70 Thing ) crm:P130 shows features of (features are also found on) E70 Thing CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S14 Fluid Body (is a S10 Material Substantial ) crmsci:O15 occupied (was occupied by) E53 Place CRMsci version 2.0
S14 Fluid Body (is a S10 Material Substantial ) crmsci:O25 contains (is contained in) S10 Material Substantial CRMsci version 2.0
S14 Fluid Body (is a S15 Observable Entity ) crmsci:O12 has dimension (is dimension of) E54 Dimension CRMsci version 2.0

Incoming properties (this class is range)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
S12 Amount of Fluid crmsci:O6 is former or current part of (has former or current part) S14 Fluid Body CRMsci version 2.0

Incoming properties (inherited from ancestors)

Domain Property identifier Range Namespace
E5 Event crm:P12 occurred in the presence of (was present at) S14 Fluid Body (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E7 Activity crm:P15 was influenced by (influenced) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E7 Activity crm:P16 used specific object (was used for) S14 Fluid Body (is a E70) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E7 Activity crm:P17 was motivated by (motivated) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E13 Attribute Assignment crm:P140 assigned attribute to (was attributed by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E13 Attribute Assignment crm:P141 assigned (was assigned by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E17 Type Assignment crm:P41 classified (was classified by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E24 Physical Human-Made Thing crm:P62 depicts (is depicted by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E31 Document crm:P70 documents (is documented in) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E32 Authority Document crm:P71 lists (is listed in) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E36 Visual Item crm:P138 represents (has representation) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E63 Beginning of Existence crm:P92 brought into existence (was brought into existence by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E64 End of Existence crm:P93 took out of existence (was taken out of existence by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E77) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E70 Thing crm:P130 shows features of (features are also found on) S14 Fluid Body (is a E70) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E83 Type Creation crm:P136 was based on (supported type creation) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E89 Propositional Object crm:P129 is about (is subject of) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
E89 Propositional Object crm:P67 refers to (is referred to by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CIDOC CRM version 7.1.2
S1 Matter Removal crmsci:O1 diminished (was diminished by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S10) CRMsci version 2.0
S2 Sample Taking crmsci:O3 sampled from (was sample by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S10) CRMsci version 2.0
S4 Observation crmsci:O16 observed value (value was observed by) S14 Fluid Body (is a E1) CRMsci version 2.0
S4 Observation crmsci:O8 observed (was observed by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S15) CRMsci version 2.0
S6 Data Evaluation crmsci:O11 described (was described by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S15) CRMsci version 2.0
S10 Material Substantial crmsci:O25 contains (is contained in) S14 Fluid Body (is a S10) CRMsci version 2.0
S20 Rigid Physical Feature crmsci:O7 confines (is confined by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S10) CRMsci version 2.0
S21 Measurement crmsci:O24 measured (was measured by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S15) CRMsci version 2.0
S23 Position Determination crmsci:O32 determined position of (was located by) S14 Fluid Body (is a S15) CRMsci version 2.0

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