Quantitative Estimate of the Effect of the Geometric Factor
The characteristics of densification of porous crystalline substances previously considered reflect mainly the effect on the flow rate of lattice defects in crystalline substances (substructural factor). The densification rate also varies with the distribution and magnitude of capillary pressures associated with the shape, size, and relative concentration of pores. The effect of the geometric factor (geometric characteristic of the pores) is reflected in the variation of the densification rate with the dispersity of the powder.
KeywordsCapillary Pressure Geometric Factor Glass Powder Copper Powder Crystalline Substance
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