2a and b, we define 1 - [gamma] the volume fraction of the percolating
phase and [gamma][empty set] the volume fraction of the dispersed phase.
7) The fraction given by Fire Duration divided by Percolating
There's a lot of early-twentieth-century culture percolating
through Dzama's fertile imagination: comic books, serial Westerns, Surrealism, psychoanalysis.
Paces and his colleagues contend that the crusts grew from rainwater percolating
down through the mountain, rather than from upwelling hot fluids.
Cold air percolating
through every fourth panel of the handsomely veneered Micro-floor rises to the height of the photographer, calculated at roughly 2m, and is extracted at this height and re-circulated.
You hear that noise on the sound track--the percolating
buzz of a crowd, with drinks flowing, talk popping, and dance music jerking you around, all bass and beat.
The bacteria might break down minerals and plant remains originally buried beneath the glacier or subsequently washed in by water percolating
through the ice, says Sharp.
up from Earth's interior, hot, sulfurous water spews forth from seafloor cracks, providing a rich environment for these organisms.
With "Sublime Air Clot," 1993, an installation of ten sculptural wall ensembles that hold various fluids, foods, and gases percolating
through a system of laboratory jars, surgical tubes, and beeswax replicas of such objects as basketballs and aortalike heart valves, Rob Craigie achieves a brilliant synthesis of energy and entropy, effectively blurring the distinction between open and closed systems.