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study of rhythmic banding in porous media.

James Edward Flanagan

study of rhythmic banding in porous media.

by James Edward Flanagan

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Written in English


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Thesis (M.S.)--Boston College, 1934.

The Physical Object
Pagination36 leaves ;
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16613807M

Studies of the propagation of electromagnetic (EM) waves in periodic and/or disordered dielectric structures (photonic band gap structures) have been and continue to be a dynamic area of research. Anderson localization of EM waves in disordered dielectric structures is of fundamental interest where the strong ei-ei interaction efFects entering. 1 Introduction. The flow of polymer solutions through porous media plays a crucial role in various applications such as injection molding, textile coating, inkjet printing, turbulent drag reduction and enhanced oil recovery. 1 As polymer solutions flow through a porous medium it shows several non-Newtonian behaviours such as a dramatic increase in pressure drop and flow instabilities at a.

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Haines, W.B.: Studies in the physical properties of soils: II. A note on the cohesion developed by capillary forces in an ideal soil. J. Agric. Sci. 15 (04), – () Google Scholar   Ultrasonic nondestructive bulk testing of porous materials is difficult to achieve due to the high attenuation of ultrasonic waves in these materials. It is shown experimentally that ultrasonic wave attenuation and pass‐band frequencies in the porous materials are some functions of average pore size, when other material parameters are kept constant. In most theoretical effective‐media.


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