These two factors enhance the capillary flow
, driving particles to the edge.
The kinetics of the response was described by the time to peak hyperaemia, expressed in seconds, and percent change in capillary flow
There is an inverse relationship between pore size and capillary flow
. Capillary flow
will be most rapid through sandy soils with large pores and slowest through clayey soils with many fine pores.
Water will nevertheless move by capillary flow
. This is due to adhesive and cohesive properties of water.
The fluorescein solution was pumped with a peristaltic pump through a capillary flow
The POROMETER [3.sup.G] capillary flow
permeability analyzer is a compact, bench-top instrument that measures through pores in membranes, filters, paper, plastics, ceramics, sintered and woven metals and other porous media.
We were able to optimize the number of parts in process to fully absorb long capillary flow
times, part transport times and extended product heating times.
Stucco can 'bond' or adhere to the housewrap surface altering its surface energy, thereby allowing housewrap pores to become 'wetted' and subsequently establish capillary flow
Smoking narrows blood vessels, decreasing capillary flow
to the area.
Lateral movement is by capillary flow
, the flow of cohesion water through capillary pores in the soil.
Content, such as bioheat transfer, thermoregulation, freezing, global warming, capillary flow
and dispersion are some of the topics not typically included iii the undergraduate-level teaching of transport phenomena.
This process thins the film around the particles and alters the interface between the particles and the polymer matrix, creating portals that allow the capillary flow
of gases between the particle and the film and thus increasing the overall permeability of the film.