Designing New Media - Learning, Communication and Innovation by Bo Kampmann Walther, Heidi Philipsen, Lise Agerbæk, Norbert

By Bo Kampmann Walther, Heidi Philipsen, Lise Agerbæk, Norbert Wildermuth, Lars Bo Løfgreen, Anette Grønning, Cynthia Grund, Jesper Pilegaard

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What are the implications of this result in relation to a porous media system in which the water content is not constant. 9. A capillary tube is constructed as an alternating sequence of water-wet and airwet materials. Suppose that the air-wet material is the first (bottom) segment. Describe the behavior of the system as the tube is dipped into a beaker of water, pushed into the water, and withdrawn from the water. How would the behavior be different if the bottom segment were water-wet? 10. Consider a cone with the point on the bottom and with the angle at the tip designated as φ.

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1, begins with a cup filled to a predetermined level with hot water. A tea bag containing some tea leaves is then immersed in the water. The tea bag is permeable to liquid, but the tea leaves are confined to the bag. 1: A permeable tea bag contains tea leaves. Although the leaves cannot leave the bag, hot water and tea dissolved in the water move easily through the bag surface. INTEGRAL FORMS OF MASS CONSERVATION 39 A hot beverage is made when the liquid moves into the bag, dissolves some of the chemicals in the tea leaves and then carries those chemicals out of the bag and into the liquid in the cup.

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