SUCTION OF GROUNDWATER

@inproceedings{Vos1971SUCTIONOG,
  title={SUCTION OF GROUNDWATER},
  author={Burnell H. De Vos},
  year={1971}
}
  • Burnell H. De Vos
  • Published 1971
  • Art
  • AbstractThis paper deals with the suction of groundwater. It appears that an approximate analysis of this phenomenon provides us with a clear insight into what happens in practice. The height of rise of water in walls is determined mainly by the relative humidity of the ambient air; the influence of gravity is generally of no importance. Several methods which are supposed to prevent water rising in walls are discussed. Finally some measurements in a church in Venice are analysed. 

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