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Laminar flow is same as Streamlined flow.  In this the fluid flows in space in uniform stead parallel layers.  The fluid (liquid or gas) need not flow in a straight line. But one layer does not interfere with another layer.  The velocity of the particles at one point in space is always constant in time. The direction of fluid at a point is constant in time. Also pressure at a point is constant in time.  The energy loss in this flow is the least.

Turbulent flow does not obey any of these conditions.  Different layers of fluid overlap and hence there are different velocities of particles that arrive at one constant  point in space.  The particle velocities are rather like random.  There is more energy loss in this flow with regions of higher pressure and lower pressure.  Any object put into a turbulent flow of a fluid goes in haphazard manner.

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