Why is blood vessel radius more likely to change than blood vessel length?
Radius. Length only changes with weight loss, gain or while one is growing. (from infancy to adult)
Radius. Length only changes with weight loss, gain or while one is growing. (from infancy to adult) Read More
A blood vessel's radius has a larger effect on the body than the vessels length because more blood can flow through a larger blood vessel. A change in the radius will have more of a affect. Read More
The turning radius of a vessel is a mathematical computation used to determine the turning circle of the vessel during anchoring in order to check if the anchor is dragging. It can be computed by adding the length of the anchor chain to the overall length of the vessel and subtracting the length between bridge and aft. Read More
The relationship between blood flow through a vessel and the radius of the vessel can be expressed as BF=1/pi r4 (where pi is equal to 3.14.....). So a change in the radius of a vessel has a large effect on the blood flow through the vessel. Read More
They include the radius of the blood vessel, the length of the system, and the viscosity of the blood. Read More
There is no such thing as a blast radius of a meltdown, provided it is contained in the reactor pressure vessel. If the vessel bursts, then it's another matter, but it is most likely to crack and relieve pressure that way, so very unlikely to produce a blast. Read More
resistance occurs as the blood flows away from heart through the vessels in the peripheral systemic circulation a term known as peripheral resistance. Viscosity of the blood (thickness) ,vessel length (distance) and vessel diameter (blood vessel radius) are three factors Read More
something maybe blocking it like...your finger,rock,cell. Read More
Calculating the radius of dish end size from the pressure vessel diameter is easy. All you have to do is add the blank radius by scaling the drawing from the side and you add five percent. Read More
Significant because resistance is inversely proportional to the fourth power of the vessel radius. Read More
A hemi-spherical vessel has internal radius 0.5 m It is initially empty Water flows in at a constant rate of 1 liter per second Find an expression for the depth of the water after t seconds?
Since the vessel is hemispherical, its volume can be given by: V=((4/3)(pi)r3)/2 V=(2/3)(pi)r3 where r is the radius of the vessel. Since water is flowing into the vessel at a constant rate of 1 L/s, the volume of water in the vessel is thereby increasing at a constant rate of 1 L/s. By deriving the volume equation for the vessel with respect to time, we can equate the rate of change of the volume of… Read More
Yes. It depends on the blood vessel and where it is, but yes a rupture to a blood vessel can kill you. A blood vessel is more likely to "pop" or rupture if it has an aneurysm, which is a local weakness where the blood vessel has stretched from the pressure of the blood. This is more likely to result in death if it is in a large blood vessel or in a critical location… Read More
Radial Artery Read More
The radial artery Read More
The overall length of the vessel determines the equipment that it is able to carry. Read More
Blood vessel length Blood vessel diameter Blood viscosity Read More
The length of the vessel. Read More
total vessel length, vessel diameter & blood viscosity Read More
If your vessel does not have a capacity plate what is the rule of thumb for estimating the maximum number of persons you should carry?
vessel length (ft.) multiplied by vessel width (ft.) divided by 15 Read More
vessel length times vessel width divided by 15 Read More
The longer the vessel is the more friction it applies on the passing blood, the less the blood flow is. Read More
Yes, a vessel trimmed by the stern has a greater draft aft. Trimming by the stern increases stability of the vessel, but increases the turning radius of that vessel. For a given hull shape (form or geometry) and block coefficient, trimming by the stern can have some profound effects on the behavior of the vessel as it comes about, particularly at speed. Read More
The three factors that influence peripheral resistance are blood viscosity, blood vessel length, and blood vessel diameter. Increase in blood viscosity causes an increase in blood pressure. Increase in blood vessel length causes in increase in blood pressure. Increase in blood vessel diameter causes a decrease in blood pressure. Read More
The longer the vessel, the greater the resistence encountered. Read More
From the outside of the bow to the outside of the stern Read More
I I think it is 1. size of the blood vessel lumen 2. blood viscosity 3. total blood vessel length Read More
stem 2stern linear Read More
Stem to stern linear feet, right down the middle. Read More
The length of the vessel determines what equipment is required. Read More
The maximum length necessary to reach from the deck of the ship to the waterline when the vessel is in a fully unladen condition. Read More
The US Coast Guard requires certain equipment be carried onboard a vessel based on the vessel's length How must an operator measure the length of their vessel?
From the outside of the bow to the outside of the stern http://www.boaterexam.com/global/images/exam/questions/10100100-b.gif Read More
Of all the factors that can affect blood flow to a particular organ the most effective and easiest to control from moment to moment is?
vessel radius Read More
When a vessel travels through the water it raises or sinks slightly relative to when it is not moving. This change in how the vessel sits in the water at varying speeds is referred to as the Settlement and Squat. Read More
All-Round White Light On power-driven vessels less than 39.4 feet in length, this light may be used to combine a masthead light and sternlight into a single white light that can be seen by other vessels from any direction. When sidelights are extinguished, this light serves as an anchor light. Read More
the tip of the bow in a straight line to the stern Read More
Yes, theoretically there is more surface area inside the vessel to create friction and slow the fluid down, also there will be more fluid in the vessel at any given moment so its inertia will be greater thus increasing it's "resistance". Read More
The best example is Hydrotest, here the Vessel(any pressure vessel) is filled with water to test whether the vessel can withstand the Design pressure, after filling with water, Vessel is pressurized to 1.3 X Design pressure (important is vessel dimensions will not change ) to check whether the vessel leaks or burst. This is mainly done to confirm the vessel Design before this is actually erected on site. Read More
To change your bearing, you need to turn left, right or make an about turn in the given vessel that you are travelling in. Read More
A round vessel of greater length than breadth and bulging in the middle made of staves and bound with hooops?
Barrel Read More
Non-motorized vessel under 16 feet in length Read More
If the radius of an arteriole increases from 2 to 3 mm how does this affect resistance and blood flow?
Intuitively, it's easy to think of blood flow through the arteries in the same way that you think of the flow of water through pipes. Change the radius of the pipe, and you change how fast water flows to them. Likewise, if you change the radius of an arteriole, you change the rate that blood flows through it. The underlying reason behind these observations is the same. Flow (Q) is determined by a pressure gradient… Read More
Titanic was not the first vessel to send out an SOS. That was most likely the Minnehaha in 1910. Titanic, however, was the first vessel to send out an SOS and then definitively sink. Read More
It is a ratio obtained by dividing the volume of the hull of the vessel by the volume of a block having the same length, width and height as the vessel's length, beam and depth. It is used to infer how "streamlined" a vessel is. An oil tanker would normally have a larger block coefficient than a container ship. Read More
What should the operator of a power driven vessel do when hearing one prolonged blast from the horn of another vessel?
Assuming you are referring to a fog horn or a warning signal, generally find where the other vessel is and change course accordingly Read More
In which of the following would the blood flow be highest? A) a vessel 0.5 cm in diameter and 4 meters long B) a vessel 1.0 cm in diameter and 10 meters long C) a vessel 0.5 cm in diameter and 2 meters long D) a vessel 1.0 cm in diameter and 2 meters long Read More
A sailing vessel operator when approaching a pwc head on should slow down and change course. Read More