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An apparent uncertainty exists in literature dealing with the cause for the peculiar deposition of dust on plaster and lath walls wherein the course of the laths and rafters behind the plaster is outlined in dust, popularly called ``lath marks.'' Conclusive experimental proof of a thermal cause...
An experimental study has been made to establish quantitatively the characteristics of and laws governing the flow of gases through consolidated and unconsolidated porous materials of fine texture. Experiments were performed with columns of glass beads, homogeneous and heterogeneous...
The heat dissipation per unit area from the surface of model airfoils is experimentally measured by means of narrow resistance strips mounted parallel to the span and flush with the surface. Results, covering variation with distance from the leading edge, with velocity as well as with change of...
Uniform spheres packed in regular array form a non‐cylindrical cyclic capillary, characterized by a maximum and minimum capillary rise with intermediate positions of possible equilibrium. In practice spheres may be packed to a variety of porosities P thus requiring a mixture of regular and...
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