EHD

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AcronymDefinition
EHDEpizootic Hemorrhagic Disease
EHDEntreprendre pour Humaniser la Dépendance (French: Business for Humanizing Dependence; home care)
EHDExternal Hard Drive
EHDExtra Heavy Duty
EHDEconomic and Human Development (various organizations)
EHDEnglish Historical Documents (Eyre and Spottiswoode publication)
EHDElectrohydrodynamics
EHDExternal Hard Disk (aka External Hard Drive)
EHDElectronic Home Detention (security; various locations)
EHDEnvironmental Health Directorate
EHDEconomic Hardship Deferment (student loans)
EHDÉchelle d'Humeur Dépressive (French: Depressive Mood Scale)
EHDEquivalent Hydraulic Diameter (tubing measurement)
EHDEnterprise Help Desk
EHDÉco Habitat Durable (French: Eco Sustainable Living)
EHDExtra Hit Dice (Dungeons & Dragons gaming)
EHDEngineering Hardware Description
EHDExtreme Hedge Divers (gaming group)
EHDElectro-Hydraulic Discharge
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Electrohydrodynamics of a current-carrying semi-insulating jet.
Electrohydrodynamic spraying functioning modes: critical review.
Jiang, L, Zhao, Y, Zhai, J, "A Lotus-Leaf-like Superhydrophobic Surface: A Porous Microsphere/Nanofiber Composite Film Prepared by Electrohydrodynamics.
Design, fabrication, and testing of an electrohydrodynamic ion-drag micropump.
Zeng and Korsmeyer (2004) developed a model for the electrohydrodynamic forces.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Battelle has licensed its Opt-EFX[TM] electrohydrodynamic (EHD) technology to The Incubation Factory, a market accelerator focused on creating and growing high potential companies based on breakthrough technologies.
The phenomena of diffusion, dispersion, mixing, adsorption, and separation are described, as are the electrohydrodynamics of microsystems.
An asymptotic approximation of the equations of electrohydrodynamics was developed and quantitative comparisons with experiments were carried out.
in the fields of enhancement of heat transfer and mass transport with electrohydrodynamics (EHD) are well known and highly recognized.
Electrohydrodynamics is the study of fluid flow behavior under the influence of electric fields.