Infiltration


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infiltration

[‚in·fil′trā·shən]
(engineering)
Leakage of outdoor air into a building by natural forces, for example, by seepage through cracks or other openings.
(geology)
Deposition of mineral matter among the pores or grains of a rock by permeation of water carrying the matter in solution.
(hydrology)
Movement of water through the soil surface into the ground.
(metallurgy)
Filling the pores of a metal powder compact with metal having a lower melting point.
Movement of molten metal into the pores of a fiber or foam metal.

Infiltration

1. In stormwater management, entry of runoff into the soil. Also, air that leaks into a building through cracks, joints, or damaged areas in a building.
2. Collects and filters stormwater into an aquifer. See also: Water management systems

infiltration

1. The seepage or flow of air into a room or space through cracks around windows, under doors, etc.
2. In a concrete sewer pipe laid in soil, the volume of groundwater that enters the pipeline system.
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Patient's age and gender was recorded following which bone marrow biopsies were performed from posterior superior iliac spine with disposable aspirate and trephine biopsy needles (Surelock bone marrow trephine needle by TSK, sizes 11G-13G) The aspirate was spread and fixed on plain glass slides and examined under microscope but since the study mainly focused on the patterns of infiltration, data were collected from trephine biopsies of average length 2.
Comparing b2m and LD2 levels among controls and Bone Marrow infiltration NHL patients was statistically highly significant (P-Value < 0.
To study the effect of infiltration rate on heating load of an apartment building during winter for sliding or lift sliding type windows with lock on and off, integrated simulation has been carried out by linking CONTAM, a network ventilation simulation, and TRNSYS 17, a dynamic energy simulation program.
2011), soil water infiltration must be measured through techniques capable of adequately representing the natural conditions of the soil.
There was no statistically significant association between the likelihood of fatty infiltration discrepancy between sagittal and coronal images and AP tendon tear size or amount of tendon retraction (p = 0.
Effect of combining wound infiltration technique with field block, or subcutaneous versus sub-facial infiltration can also be researched further.
He sharply criticized those who accuse the Basij of extremism, saying: "We are not saying that these individuals and currents are doing so knowingly, but by leveling these accusations, intentionally or unintentionally, they weaken the Basij and complete the enemy's dangerous infiltration scheme.
Tests have shown that infiltration from joints and cracks eventually re-enters the system at lateral cut-outs, connections to manholes, and/or defects in the liner.
Conclusion: Since there was no difference between the two procedures 4% articaine buccal infiltration can be considered a viable alternative to inferior alveolar nerve block in securing successful pulpal anesthesia for endodontic therapy.
Key Words: Irreversible pulpitis, Articaine, Lidocaine, Buccal infiltration, Inferior alveolar nerve block.
Infiltration has long been recognized as a key component of heating and cooling loads.
New Delhi / Srinagar -- Accusing Pakistan for provoking one of India's alleged longest anti-infiltration operations in recent times, Army Chief General Bikram Singh Tuesday said no infiltration attempt along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir is possible without the support and knowledge of the Pakistani army.