, for the fractal capillary tube
model, the poor correlation between permeability and fractal dimension is reasonable, which means [D.sub.f2] is more suitable for fractal analysis of carbonate pore structures and petrophysical properties.
Otherwise, adjust the charge to ensure 100% liquid entering the capillary tube
and avoid compressor floodback.
Diagnosis of malaria in the field by fluorescence microscopy of QBC capillary tubes
When the cooling cycle begins, LC[O.sub.2] is fed under high pressure (approximately 850 psi (58.6 bar)) through the thin, flexible stainless steel capillary tubes
to the points where cooling is required.
After 10 to 14 days in culture, elongated capillary tubes
with branches were observed.
6(a) shows a teflon probe with an inserted capillary tube
, (b) shows the geometrical dimensions of a capillary tube
, where OD is the outer diameter and ID is inner diameter.
In other words, each particle with its specific properties in size, morphology, and surface chemistry passes with a unique velocity through the capillary tube
that has been connected from the two ends to two 10-30 kV electrodes.
The material was conserved under refrigeration (4[degrees]C) and was heated to 37[degrees]C prior to capillary tube
For the conventional design, a low temperature well below the ambient temperature is achieved through an expansion device (capillary tube
, expansion valve, short tube, and the like), resulting in a surface temperature lower than the corresponding dew-point temperature.
INDEX TERMS: capillary tube
; hematocrit; microhematocrit; microhematocrit centrifuge.
In this article, we examine the effects of orientation on the adhesive characteristics of several typical industrial polymer melts through a comparison of experimental data taken in both straight-walled capillary tubes
and semi-hyperbolically converging dies (SHCDs).
Buffalo Gauge equips the VA Series with a capillary tube
and a special Lock Charged Device utilizing pumped air in its Remote Gas Shutoff System.