You will explore the concepts of osmosis through these printable **osmosis diagrams **that we have provided in this page. Included are biological osmosis and industrial water reverse osmosis diagram. Osmosis is a naturally occurring phenomenon and one of the most important processes in nature. It is a process where a weaker saline solution will tend to migrate to a strong saline solution. Browse the diagrams in the list below.

# Category: Physics

## Shear and Moment Diagrams

**Shear and moment diagrams** to help you learn more about shear force and bending moment. Shear and bending moment diagrams are analytical tools used in conjunction with structural analysis to help perform structural design by determining the value of shear force and bending moment at a given point of a structural element such as a beam. Study further using these example diagrams below.

## Examples of Ternary Diagrams

Make your study on **ternary diagrams** easier with these printable example diagrams. These diagram include various ternary diagrams that you can use as reference or resource. These diagrams include the amphibole and pyroxene ternary diagram.

## TS Diagram Refrigeration and Compression

We have printable examples of **TS diagrams** that you can click and print. These examples are in the form of pictures, all listed in the following images. To get started, the first example of TS diagrams is posted below.

## Ternary Phase Diagrams

Printable examples of **ternary phase diagrams **to help you learn about ternary** **phase diagram. First of all, you should know what ternary diagram is. It is a triangular diagram which displays the proportion of three variables that sum to a constant and which does so using barycentric coordinates. It graphically depicts the ratios of the three variables as positions in an equilateral triangle. Follow the following examples then study the explanation!

## Energy Diagrams

Printable **energy diagrams **to show you some examples of energy changes in reaction. In an energy diagram, the vertical axis represents the overall energy of the reactants, while the horizontal axis is the reaction coordinate, tracing from left to right the progress of the reaction from starting compounds to final products. The energy diagram for a typical biology might look like this.

## Phase Diagram Examples

Help your study on **phase diagrams **with these examples of phase diagrams. More reference, more fruitful information. These diagrams include the phase of water and critical point diagram.

## Phase Change Diagrams

Printable **phase change diagrams** are available to show you the various phase change state illustration. In these diagrams, pressure (P) and temperature (T) are the coordinates. The phase diagrams below is the first example of phase change diagram.

## Force Diagrams

If you are to learn about force diagrams, take a tour to this collection of printable physics diagram page. With a total of 5 diagrams, have a quick learn at the examples of force diagram. We’ll start by giving you the first simple diagram below.

## T-s Diagrams

Printable **T-s diagrams** to show you temperature-entropy diagrams frequently used to analyze energy transfer system cycles. This diagram is used in thermodynamics to visualize changes to temperature and specific entropy during a thermodynamic process or cycle. We’ll begin by showing you the organic rankine T-s diagram below.