What is Negative feedback principle

Negative feedback principle: It is the idea that in a system where there are self-propagating situations, those new situations tend to act against formerly existing situations. Such a principle is in actuality a restatement of the conservation law.

Illustration: Lenz's law.

   Related Questions in Physics

  • Q : Define Metre or SI unit of length Metre

    Metre: meter; m: The basic SI unit of length, stated as the length of the path traveled by light in vacuum throughout a period of 1/299 792 458 s.

  • Q : Define Static limit Static limit : The

    Static limit: The distance from a rotating black hole where no spectator can possibly stay at rest (with respect to the far-away stars) since of inertial frame dragging; this area is external of the event horizon, apart from at the poles where it meet

  • Q : What is Beauty criterion Beauty

    Beauty criterion (Dirac) - The idea that more aesthetically pleasing a theory is the superior it is. In nature this criterion does not stand up to the actual test -- whether or not forecasts of a given theory agree with observational tests -- however

  • Q : What do you mean by the term fusion

    What do you mean by the term fusion reaction?

  • Q : Define Hoop conjecture Hoop conjecture

    Hoop conjecture (K.S. Thorne, 1972): The conjecture (as so far unproven, although there is substantial proof to support it) that a non-spherical object, non-spherically compressed, will only form a black hole whenever all parts of the

  • Q : Energy and light My question is Eph =

    My question is Eph = hcT. I have to rearrange the equation to make b b the subject and also find the SI units for b and how and why they are those units.....

  • Q : Radar gun problem Whenever a radar gun

    Whenever a radar gun states the pitch is 90 miles per hour at what point in the balls travel to home plate is the radar gun evaluating the velocity?

  • Q : Explain Michelson-Morley experiment

    Michelson-Morley experiment (A.A. Michelson, E.W. Morley; 1887): Probably the most famous null-experiment of all time, designed to confirm the existence of the proposed "lumeniferous aether" via which light waves were considered to pr

  • Q : Define Universal constant of gravitation

    Universal constant of gravitation: G The constant of proportionality in the Newton’s law of universal gravitation and that plays a comparable role in Sir Einstein's general relativity. This is equivalent to the 6.672 x 10-1

  • Q : Explain Tachyon Tachyon: The purely

    Tachyon: The purely speculative particle that is supposed to travel faster than light. According to Sir Einstein's equations of special relativity, a particle with imaginary rest mass and a velocity more than c would contain a real momentum and energy

┬ęTutorsGlobe All rights reserved 2022-2023.