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permeability

 [per″me-ah-bil´ĭ-te]
the property or state of being permeable.

per·me·a·bil·i·ty

(per'mē-ă-bil'i-tē),
The property of being permeable.

per·me·a·bil·i·ty

(pĕr'mē-ă-bil'i-tē)
The property of being permeable.

per·me·a·bil·i·ty

(pĕr'mē-ă-bil'i-tē)
The property of being penetrable.
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Calculated permeabilities are plotted versus Knudsen number in Figure 21.
Although only two values have been presented (one for a filter substrate and the other for ash layer permeabilities) this new approach has significant implications within the automotive aftertreatment industry, and potentially in other industries as well.
The anomalous bodies have the permeabilities of 3.56 and 4.79, respectively.
T Corey, "The interrelation between gas and oil relative permeabilities," Production Monthly, vol.
Table 3 shows the ratios of the experimental permeabilities toward both gases for the formulated paints.
The relationship between saturated hydraulic conductivities and air permeabilities obtained in situ, with exhumed samples tested on site and in the laboratory, has also been examined for soils of various textures (Loll et al.
where [k.sub.b] and [k.sub.g] are the brine and gas permeabilities, the parameters A, B, and C are dependent on effective stress, [[phi].sub.g] is the porosity open for gas flow, which should be the same as the effective porosity, and [[phi].sub.b] is the porosity open for brine flow.
Areas of the mold cavity closest to the squeeze head of a high pressure molding machine will see lower permeabilities than other areas because the sand is more closely compacted in that area as compared to other parts of the mold.
Similarly, the average permeabilities of the 51- to 102-mm (2- to 4-in) samples and controls were 2,072 and 2,255 coulombs, respectively.
Swanson, "A Simple Correlation Between Permeabilities and Mercury Capillary Pressures," Journal of Petroleum Technology, vol.
The similarities in the dispersed-phase morphology and crystallinity of the two types of EVOH resulted in similar permeabilities compared to the other compositions.
and Jennings, H.M.: 1996, Comparison of measured and calculated permeabilities for hardened cement pastes.