are drawn copper tubes that have internal diameters ranging from 0.
This section has been divided into two parts: First part comprising of literature on metastability in adiabatic capillary tubes
and second part contains literature on diabatic capillary tubes
2003) or only considered the refrigerant distributions among the paths without capillary tubes
(Domanski 1991; Lee and Domanski 1997; Bensafi et al.
6 bar)) through the thin, flexible stainless steel capillary tubes
to the points where cooling is required.
1957) and Mikol (1963) also confirmed the existence of metastability by conducting experiments on glass capillary tubes
Linde's spot-cooling method uses liquid CO, injected in controlled pulses through tiny capillary tubes
inserted into the mold cores or wherever extra cooling is needed.
Specific topics include predicting the static contact angle in circular capillary tubes
, properties of injectable composite cements and their application in burst fracture of the spine, the surface modification of epoxy-ceramic coatings by plasma treatment, and analyzing low frequency noise induced by a spring floating slab.
To investigate whether fucoidan could suppress angiogenesis of rat aortic ring, rat aortic tissue was placed on the matrigel to allow it to form capillary tubes
Currently SAFE-T-FILL blood gas capillary tubes
, capillary blood collection tubes, and micro hematocrit tubes are available in a wide variety of sizes and additives for a wide range of micro blood collection.
For Hct determination, capillary tubes
were centrifuged for five minutes in a microhematocrit centrifuge (Damon/IEC), and Hct was determined using a microcapillary tube reader (Damon/IEC).
It is interesting that the outlet temperature of the two-stage cold plate holds quite steady (for multiple capillary tubes
or for a shorter capillary length) or even declines continuously with the rising load.
During the study, the researchers used the machine to separate cancer-associated proteins in narrow capillary tubes
based on their charge, which varies according to modifications on the proteins' surface.
There are heparinized capillary tubes
available for fingerstick blood samples and non-heparinized tubes for anticoagulated blood samples.
In this article, we examine the effects of orientation on the adhesive characteristics of several typical industrial polymer melts through a comparison of experimental data taken in both straight-walled capillary tubes
and semi-hyperbolically converging dies (SHCDs).
A total of 99 capillary tubes
produced usable data: 67 from fledglings (48 individuals, 15 of which provided data for more than one date), 17 from adult males, and 15 from adult females.