In Science and Engineering
- Void (astronomy), the empty spaces between galaxy filaments
- Lack of matter, or vacuum
- Void, in boiling heat transfer, formed where there is a departure from nucleate boiling, causing a critical heat flux
- Void, in mechanical engineering, is a bubble or pocket of vapor which forms near a propeller or pump, causing cavitation
- Void, in casting or injection molding, describes a defect where there are empty spaces (air pockets) in a completed part
- Void coefficient, in nuclear engineering, is a measure of how spaces devoid of either moderator or coolant affect the reactivity of a nuclear reactor
- Void ratio, of voids to solids in a mixture, in material sciences
- Void safety, an issue raised in programming by a reference that is not attached to an object, also known as null reference
- Void type, keyword indicating the absence of type information in many programming languages
- VoiD (Vocabulary of Interlinked Dataset), the vocabulary to describe linked open datasets in order for users to discover, interlink and evaluate the quality of these datasets on the Web
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