# 'Cohesive forces' presentation slideshows

## Calculus of Variations

Calculus of Variations. Barbara Wendelberger Logan Zoellner Matthew Lucia. Motivation. Dirichlet Principle – One stationary ground state for energy Solutions to many physical problems require maximizing or minimizing some parameter I . Distance Time Surface Area

By Mia_John
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## Soil Water Balance

Soil Water Balance. Reading: Applied Hydrology Sections 4.3 and 4.4 Topics Soil water properties Soil water flux Soil water balance. Subsurface water. Infiltration Soil moisture Subsurface flow Groundwater flow. Porous Medium Flow. Groundwater

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## Particles and Nanoparticles

Particles and Nanoparticles. Nanoparticles for drug delivery. Nanoparticles offer many benefits Improved dissolution for low solubility drugs Increased Bioavailability Ability to cross barriers Targeted drug delivery. Particle behavior. All particles are subjected to many factors

By arch
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## BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS

BLOODSTAIN PATTERN ANALYSIS. The success or failure of any criminal investigation often depends on the recognition of physical evidence left at a crime scene and the proper analysis of that evidence.

By urvi
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## Please pick up your midterm if you haven’t already Today: Finish Chapter 13 (Liquids) Start Chapter 14 (Gases and Plasm

Please pick up your midterm if you haven’t already Today: Finish Chapter 13 (Liquids) Start Chapter 14 (Gases and Plasmas) Prof. Abranyos will take over the Class today from 2.45-3.25pm (sorry, I must attend a meeting for graduate advisors) . Gases and plasmas: Preliminaries.

By Thomas
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## ENS 205 Chapter 8 Failure Analysis and Prevention

ENS 205 Chapter 8 Failure Analysis and Prevention. What happened ?. Preventing Failure. In service, under loading (mechanical, thermal) How to assure performance, safety and durability? Avoid excess deformation that may deteriorate the functionality

By arin
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## Fracture Overview

Fracture Overview. Fall 2011. Rectangular Plate with Hole. Figure 6.1 Rectangular plate with hole subjected to axial load. (a) Plate with cross-sectional plane; (b) one-half of plate with stress distribution; (c) plate with elliptical hole subjected to axial load. Thermal Stress:

By elden
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## Lecture 3: Plant anatomy and physiology

Lecture 3: Plant anatomy and physiology. by Edgar Moctezuma, Ph.D. Today…. Announcements Plant Anatomy Cells Tissues Organs Plant Physiology Water & sugar transport Plant hormones. Announcements…. Labs start this week – get your lab manual.

By doli
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## Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces. Mr. Claus Modified from Holt 2006. Mercury in Three States. Liquid Forces Lead to Surface Wetting and Capillary Action. Liquid particles can have cohesion, attraction for each other.

By toya
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## Liquids

Liquids. properties & structure. Surface Tension. surface tension is a property of liquids that results from the tendency of liquids to minimize their surface area in order to minimize their surface area, liquids form drops that are spherical as long as there is no gravity

By jerica
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## Coal Flow Strategies for Electric Utilities

Coal Flow Strategies for Electric Utilities. Water is the enemy Water adheres to the surface of small particles due to cohesive forces. The water wants to stay or stick together with other similar particles Crushed Coal is a small particle and is hydrophobic

By edison
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## Biophysics

Biophysics. Instructor: Dr. Amjad Ali Office: 2 nd floor Email: amjad_uni@yahoo.com. Course Plan/Exams. Assignments/Presntation: 10 marks Sessionals: 20+20=40 marks Terminal: 50 marks. Course Contents. Introduction to biophysics Basic concepts

By borna
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## Chapter 12 The Liquids and Solids Around Us: Especially Water

Chapter 12 The Liquids and Solids Around Us: Especially Water. No Gravity, No Spills. Undisturbed by air and gravity, liquids take the shape of a sphere. The geometrical shape of lowest surface area to volume ratio is the sphere. Spills would not spread over surfaces, as on Earth

By triage
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## Melting and Freezing, Boiling and Evaporation

Melting and Freezing, Boiling and Evaporation. Done by : Fan Yiheng. Melting and Freezing. Why they happen at the same temperature?. My Hypothesis: It is because the two differ only in the direction from which the change in state is approached.

By garret
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## Chem 1151: Ch. 6

Chem 1151: Ch. 6. States of Matter. Physical States of Matter. Matter can exist as : Solid Liquid Gas. Temperature Dependent States. http://www.uni.edu/~iowawet/H2OProperties.html ; http://en.wikipedia.org/ ;. Physical Properties. States can be distinguished by different properties:

By avel
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## Fluid Mechanics

Fluid Mechanics. Chapter 8. Fluid State. Flow and have no definite shape Liquids and gasses are fluids Pressure is the force on a surface divided by the area of the surface P = F/A The force (F) on the surface is assumed to be perpendicular to the surface area (A).

By nhung
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## Intro to Lab: Modeling a Microvascular Network on a Chip

ECE 1810 October 3 2011 Erik Zavrel. Intro to Lab: Modeling a Microvascular Network on a Chip. Lab Objectives. To characterize simple model of microvascular system using microfluidic device To introduce you to microfluidics

By min
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## Liquids and Solids

Liquids and Solids. Gas low density high compressibility completely fills its container Solid high density only slightly compressible rigid maintains its shape. Liquids and Solids. Liquids properties lie between those of solids and gases

By birch
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## Chapter 12 The Liquids and Solids Around Us: Especially Water

Chapter 12 The Liquids and Solids Around Us: Especially Water. No Gravity, No Spills. Undisturbed by air and gravity, liquids take the shape of a sphere. The geometrical shape of lowest surface area to volume ratio is the sphere. Spills would not spread over surfaces, as on Earth

By lycoris-rhea
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## Liquids and Solids

Liquids and Solids. 10.1 Intermolecular Forces 10.2 The Liquid State 10.3 An Introduction to Structures and Types of Solids 10.4 Structure and Bonding in Metals 10.5 Carbon and Silicon: Network Atomic Solids 10.6 Molecular Solids 10.7 Ionic Solids

By benicio-yepez
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