Net Driving Force

Some articles on driving forces, driving force, net driving force, driving:

Wood Drying - Driving Forces For Moisture Movement
... Three main driving forces used in different version of diffusion models are moisture content, the partial pressure of water vapour, and the chemical potential (Skaar, 1988 Keey et al ... Total pressure difference is the driving force during wood vacuum drying ...
Starling Equation - The Equation - Approximated Values
... (arteriolar end) of a capillary, there is a net driving force outwards from the capillary of +9 mmHg ... In the end (venular end), on the other hand, there is a net driving force of −8 mmHg ... Assumed that the net driving force declines linearly, then there is a mean net driving force outwards from the capillary as a whole, which also results in that more fluid exits a capillary than re-enters it ...
American Family Insurance - Awards
... selected American Family Insurance as a recipient of its Teen Driving Safety Leadership Award ... in which parents can watch the actual driving actions of their teens ... was validated by scientists at the University of Iowa to produce a 70% reduction in risky driving behavior ...
Microsleep - Driving
... When experiencing microsleeps while driving an automobile, from the perspective of the driver, he or she drives a car, and then suddenly realizes that several seconds ...
Driving Laws
... A person is subject to the laws of the jurisdiction in which he or she is driving ... as do laws imposing criminal responsibility for negligent driving, vehicle safety inspections and compulsory insurance ... Most countries also have differing laws against driving whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs ...

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