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a principle governing affairs within or among political units

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Validity of Poiseuille's law for the plants has been thoroughly verified and the hydraulic resistivity of real conducting pathways was found to be bigger than the theoretical values, namely Z = aZP, where a = 2.
The system produces an absolute leak number based on the application of Poiseuille's law.
According to Poiseuille's law, increased blood viscosity should result in reduced microvascular flow, noted Dr.
Poiseuille's law states that airflow in a tube-like structure, such as the trachea, is proportional to the radius of the tube (Faust, 1991).
Commonly, the models are derived by combining Poiseuille's law, which gives the average flow in a cylindrical tube, with Darcy's law for flow in porous media.