transport effect

transport effect

[′tranz‚pȯrt i‚fekt]
(physics)
Any phenomenon, such as diffusion, thermal conductivity, or electrical conductivity, that involves the movement of some entity, such as matter, energy, or electric charge.
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Mode of transport effect QOL in domain wise analysis.
In particular DeWitte took account of both the clock transport effect, and also that the RF coaxial cables did not exhibit a Fresnel drag, though these aspects were not discussed in [1].
Gizzard shad stimulated total N and P, suggesting an important nutrient transport effect. Thus, gizzard shad impact phytoplankton through an interaction of top-down and bottom-up effects, which are facilitated by a large detrital subsidy to this system.
These investments will be used to: examine new ways of feeding piglets that could help provide immunity from diseases; determine best methods for the classification of pork based on quality attributes to provide more choice for Canadian consumers; and, examine long-distance transport effects on the health and welfare of early weaned pigs.
The research will provide new insights into the country's air quality and it seeks to investigate seasonal and wind transport effects of pollutants on air quality.
The metabolism and transport effects of tamoxifen, anastrozole, exemestane, and letrozole are outlined in Table 1 (p.
"The study requires that the full range of potential economic and transport effects arising from the Severn Crossing tolls on the Welsh economy be examined," the notice says.
Residents' leader Mick Lobb said: "They have ignored the plight of people, including those living in Boverton who will suffer all the transport effects of this development.
Here Nguyen (mechanical and aerospace engineering, Nanyang Technological U.) informs practicing engineers, chemists and biochemists along with students in those fields, providing basic terminology and the fundamental physics of transport effects used in designing micromixers, the fundamentals of mass transport on the micro scale, fabrication technologies, micromixers based on molecular diffusion or chaotic advection, active micromixers, characterization techniques, and applications, including labs-on-a-chip for chemical and biochemical analysis.
Skocpol of AT&T Bell Laboratories at Holmdel, N.J., calls the MOSFETs "nanolaboratores for quantum transport effects," implying they are a billionth the size of ordinary laboratores.
The faster the commute, the higher labour productivity, the more transport effects of large cities.
Remaining in the work are the chapters on interfacial tension, contact angles, colloidal dispersions, surfactants, interfacial stability, transport effects on interfacial stability, and interfacial dynamics, although they have been updated and often expanded.

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