Strength of Materials I: Normal and Shear Stresses (2 of 20)

>>All right. Maybe should do at the beginning before everybody gets here so that — because I didn’t do it for other class, but I do it later on. Let’s go over that problem. There is a question here that many people make mistake there. And, actually, what page is it? There is an example…

16. Physics | Surface Tension | Force Between Two Parallel Plates Due to Liquid Between Them (GA)

let us discuss the calculation of force between two parallel plates, due to a liquid between these, lets first discuss a situation . here you can see in this picture, there are two glass plates. say these are glass plates. and between these two glass plates a liquid is trapped, and it is also given…

Lymphoma Explained Clearly by MedCram.com | 2 of 2

welcome to part 2 for lymphoma we could talk about Hodgkin’s lymphoma Hodgkin’s lymphoma is second in our discussion today so let’s get started first we gotta know how to spell Hodgkin’s lymphoma and I guess if there was a lymphoma that you were going to get if you had no choice this would be…

4. Class 11th Physics | Surface Tension | Solved Example-1 on Surface Tension | by Ashish Arora

in this example we are given that a thin wooden rod of mass m and length l is floating in water. and we are required to find force required in vertically upward direction to lift the rod, from water surface. and in this situation we also given that the surface tension of water is t….

Coronavirus Outbreak Update 8: Travel Ban, Spread Outside of China, Quarantine, & MRSA

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Hypernatremia Explained Clearly – Pathophysiology & Treatment

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about hypernatremia not hyponatremia but hypernatremia and this is defined as any sodium concentration that is greater than 145 that just as a reminder anything that ends in the word or the letters emia refers to something that is in the blood so we’re talking about…

18. Class 11th Physics | Surface Tension | Solved Example-5 on Surface Tension | by Ashish Arora

in this example we are given that a liquid of specific gravity one point five is observed to rise three centimeter in a cap-illary tube. of diameter point five m-m. and the liquid wets the surface of the tube . and we are require to calculate the excess pressure inside a spherical bubble of one…

6. Class 11th Physics | Thermal Expansion | Tension in a Clamped Wire | by Ashish Arora

now, in this section we’ll discuss about, tension developed in a clamped wire. say we’re having, a metal wire which is clamped between 2 rigid supports. say, these are rigid supports. and the wire is just taut. almost zero tension is considered. say if we increase the temperature, then obviously the wire will expand, and…

14. Class 11th Physics | Surface Tension | Shape of Liquid Meniscus in a Tube | by Ashish Arora

lets study angle of contact. and to understand angle of contact we must first analyze cau-hesive and ad-hesive forces. i hope in you early classes you have studied what do you mean by , cau-hesive forces. Cau-hesive forces are basically . the attractive forces. between. molecules. of same substance. or it is also termed as…

17. Class 11th Physics | Surface Tension | Capillary Action with a Capillary of Insufficient Height

let us discuss a situation when, cap-illary action happens with the cap-illary of insufficient height. as we have already studied. we can write as we Know . cap-illary height is given by, for a given , situation with all known parameters the cap-illary height we can write as two t coz theta by, r ro…