Vital capacity is defined as the amount of air that can be forcibly exhaled after a deep inspiration. The lung volume increases in a taller person due to increased thorax size and increased lung size. More »

A person's average total lung capacity is about 5.8 liters and is typically only reached during strenuous physical activity. A person's normal inspiration, or intake of air, is about 0.5 liters, according to hypertextboo... More »

Normal lung capacity is between 4 and 6 liters, and the average human total lung capacity is approximately 5.8 liters, according to The Physics Factbook. Lung capacity varies widely depending on a person’s age, sex, weig... More »

The process in the body that produces carbon dioxide consists of air being taken into the lungs, known as inspiration or inhalation. The air is then taken back out, known as expiration or exhalation. More »

According to faculty of Springfield Technical Community College, inspiration and expiration are processes that get air into and out of the body. Both processes involve the human respiratory system. More »

The average bladder capacity of an adult male is 13 to 20 fluid ounces. This is the quantity of liquid voided after severe urgency to urinate, according to Dr. Simon Kimm, Urologist. More »

The different pulmonary capacities include the functional residual capacity, inspiratory capacity, total lung capacity and vital capacity, determined by spirometry. Forced vital capacity is an additional function that ca... More »