EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CAPILLARY RISE IN FABRICS USING AN ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE TECHNIQUE

@inproceedings{Hamdaoui2008EXPERIMENTALSO,
  title={EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CAPILLARY RISE IN FABRICS USING AN ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE TECHNIQUE},
  author={Mohamed El Hamdaoui and Faten Fayala and Patrick Perr{\'e} and Sassi Ben Nasrallah},
  year={2008}
}
An electrical method has been used to study capillary rise in fabrics. This method is based on the measure of the electrical resistance and leads to the determination of time-space water content evolution. The obtained results allowed us to deduce the capillary pressure curve of the fabrics and the flow velocity. 

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