it shouldn't matter if the hose is soft. as long as the hose allows coolant to flow freely, your fine. but, if your car is overheating, u might want to change the thermostat.
It can prevent coolant flow, which can cause a catastrophic overheat.
The salt will dissolve and spread apart and the ions in the salt will move freely letting electricity to flow freely.
If theres no particles or garbage in the water it would flow freely, but it really depends on whats in the water
Yes improper air flow will heat up the computer
Water is classified as a liquid. A liquid has a low density which means that the molecules inside the liquid are not packed together, but rather able to move around pretty freely. This gives water its' ability to flow and move freely.
The membrane of a cell is semipermeable. Water and small molecules flow freely into and out of the cell. There is no transport mechanism. The fluidity of the membrane designated by the fluid mosaic model, allows for water to flow freely into and out of the cell.
Materials in which electrons can flow freely are called superconductors.
Overheating is probably due to poor flow of cooling water.
Normally gravity, but osmotic pressure can also cause water to flow.
Air flow. Check the electric fan, check the coolant, and might be time to replace the rad. Does it overheat at idle, and/or on the hi-way?
Conductors is a thing where an electricity can flow freely while the Insulators is a thing where electricity is not allowed to flow freely.
The flow of water.
If you are unsure if it is heating because of a water pump or a thermstat, you can find out by removing the thermostat. If it still heats without a thermostat, then you know it is the water pump. Without a thermostat, the water flow has nothing to cause it to heat unless the water pump fails to circulate the water. No circulation of the water would cause the over heating.
The charged ions are able to flow freely therefore conduct electricity.
Check the lower intake gasket, or the thermostat...
They stop the natural flow of the water and can also cause a greater flow than previously possible by releasing the stored water.
water is a pretty good conductor, and electricity will flow through the water freely and shock anything within the water or close to it
Sudden/Increased water flow will cause the river sediment to become disturbed and then flow down stream.
The cold allows it to bond in a way that is solid, because the molecules don't have enough energy to flow freely.
It controls the amount of current that flows. A dead short (wires without resistance) would cause too much current to flow and overheat the wires.
A fluid. Any substance whose particles can flow freely is called a fluid.