Driving Force

  • (noun): The act of applying force to propel something.
    Synonyms: drive, thrust

Some articles on driving force, force:

Wood Drying - Driving Forces For Moisture Movement - Moisture Content Differences
... potential is explained here since it is the true driving force for the transport of water in both liquid and vapour phases in wood (Siau, 1984) ... The diffusion model using moisture content gradient as a driving force was applied successfully by Wu (1989) and Doe et al ... for this thesis based on this empirical evidence that the moisture-content gradient is a driving force for drying this type of impermeable timber ...
Renal Sodium Reabsorption - Loop of Henle
... It goes against its chemical driving force, but the high electrical driving force renders the overall electrochemical driving force positive anyway, availing some sodium to diffuse passively either the ...
Logitech Racing Wheels Compatibility
... article provides an incomplete list of the video games compatible with Logitech's GT Force line of steering wheel controllers ... The wheels covered are the Driving Force, Driving Force Pro, Driving Force GT and the G25 ...
Thermally Stimulated Current Spectroscopy
... A driving force is required for emitted carriers to flow when the sample temperature is being increased ... This driving force can be an electric field or a temperature gradient ... Usually, the driving force adopted is an electric field however, electron traps and hole traps cannot be distinguished ...

Famous quotes containing the words force and/or driving:

    The mass believes that it has the right to impose and to give force of law to notions born in the café.
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