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Is use of "induce" in the following sentences correct grammatically and conceptually? could you please suggest some word to replace "induce" and "strongly"?

It indicates that the stall condition of the turbine is induced strongly by the flow around the tip which is due to the tip leakage flow and also separation at blade tip.

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It is a formal usage of the term induce meaning:

  • to bring about, produce, or cause: That medicine will induce sleep.

Dictionary.com

  • as stated above, cause or produce can be used alternatively to induce.

  • you can replace strongly with powerfully.

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In fluid dynamics, a stall is a reduction in the lift coefficient generated by a foil as angle of attack. A stall is a condition in aerodynamics and aviation wherein the angle of attack increases beyond a certain point such that lift begins to decrease.

In this sentence:

It indicates that the stall condition of the turbine is induced strongly by the flow around the tip which is due to the tip leakage flow and also separation at blade tip.

'Induced' here can either mean "to produce/cause" or "to stimulate" and 'strongly' would probably mean "numerously"

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