Mathematical description of the structure of a capillary-porous body
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The properties of a capillary-porous disperse body are described and a mathematical model of its structure is constructed. As the model body, gypsum stone, which hardens under conditions of oriented mass transfer involving the liquid phase, is selected.
KeywordsMathematical Model Mass Transfer Statistical Physic Liquid Phase Gypsum
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