The results of some experimental investigations into the relationship between the increment in the head losses of the colmatizing granular charge of a water-purifying filter and its degree of inhomogeneity are presented.
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Ayukaev, R.I., Shandalov, S.M. & Aérov, M.É. Effect of the inhomogeneity of the granular charge in water-purifying filters on the increment in the head losses during colmatation. Journal of Engineering Physics 30, 333–336 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861371
- Statistical Physic
- Experimental Investigation
- Head Loss
- Granular Charge