filtration coefficient

fil·tra·tion co·ef·fi·cient

a measure of a membrane's permeability to water; specifically, the volume of fluid filtered in unit time through a unit area of membrane per unit pressure difference, taking into account both hydraulic and osmotic pressures.

fil·tra·tion co·ef·fi·cient

(fil-trā'shŭn kō-ĕ-fish'ĕnt)
A measure of a membrane's permeability to water; specifically, the volume of fluid filtered in unit time through a unit area of membrane per unit pressure difference, taking into account both hydraulic and osmotic pressures.
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4) Implementation of the sealing layer (clay, loam srednioplastyczne filtration coefficient k 10-4 m / s 0.
Latvian investigations of sand used for laying a frost blanket course concluded that the quality of local sand did not meet the requirements: a low filtration coefficient was determined, as well as a large amount of fines and pollution (Akimovs 2009).
Up to the year 2007 materials used for a frost blanket course had to meet the requirements to filtration coefficient depending on road category: for AM and category I roads > 3.
Having determined water permeability index (x) and filtration coefficient (y) the relationship between those two characteristics was established (1).
The effect of horse-chestnut seed extract (standardized on aescin; Venostasin retard) was assessed in a randomized placebo-controlled crossover double-blind trial of 22 patients with proven chronic venous insufficiency by measuring the capillary filtration coefficient and the intravascular volume of the lower leg by venous-occlusion plethysmography.
25 m with a mixture of sand and gravel filtration coefficient of not less than k = 1.
Minimum strength parameters and filters made shutters are as follows: - Filtration coefficient k