Simulations and Experiments on Low-Pressure Permeation of Fabrics : Part II — The Variable Gap Model and Prediction of Permeability

Abstract

Use of the creeping flow assumption provides a computationally efficient and accurate means of predicting flow fronts in reinforcement media in many technologically important polymer processes. In the case of fabrics, this creeping flow is shown to proceed primarily through the gaps in fabrics, with capillarity playing little if any role for commonly used… (More)

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