Effect of evolving bubbles of a gas dissolved in a liquid on the resistance in its flow through porous metals. I. Movement of deaerated water
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The article presents methods and results of the experimental investigation of the hydraulic resistance in the flow of deaerated water through porous metals.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Experimental Investigation Hydraulic Resistance Porous Metal Deaerated Water
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