Micro- capillary usually comes with graduation marks for every microlitre that assist the observation of capillary action
up to a certain volume.
The filler metal is distributed between the closely fitted faying surfaces of the joint by capillary action
A two parallel plates illustrating two surfaces separated by distance within which fluid flow due to capillary action
is presented and 0.
The felt is soaked by capillary action
with this nutrient solution, which flows down the wall by gravity.
BRAZING, a metal-joining process whereby a filler metal is heated above and distributed between two or more close-fitting parts by capillary action
, has now been made safe and efficient with mixed oxyhydrogen gas generators.
In such situations, MVT tends to make its way upward through the slab via capillary action
, eventually condensing into a high pH liquid that builds up, destroying the ability of the industrial flooring to bond to the substrate.
It stimulates the capillary action
and prevention of evaporation of groundwater, steadies the temperature around the roots, fights competitive weeds near the planted tree, as well as prevents the damage by rodents.
Wooden plinths on which stacks of wheat bags are piled get saturated with water and the excess moisture by capillary action
moves up to the food grains, making them highly vulnerable to attack by insects, pests and rodents.
brings the staining agent through the membrane and in contact with the micro-colonies growing on the membrane.
A couple of oil cups, with a thimble-full in each, fed oil via capillary action
through a wick to some bearings.
This is a layer 150 to 200 millimetres deep, comprising granular material, Ras Al Khaima gravel, for example, used to stop the upward movement of salts through capillary action
Because most virgin polymer surfaces are hydrophobic, the surface must be modified to promote wetting, capillary action
and proper fluidic motion.