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Title: Effect of temperature and humidity on the permeability of porous materials
Authors: Serrenho, A.
Miguel, A. F.
Reis, A. H.
Keywords: porous media
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Pacific Center of Thermal-Fluids Engineering (PCTFE)
Citation: A. Serrenho, A. F. Miguel, A. H. Reis (2007) Effect of temperature and humidity on the permeability of porous materials. Proceedings of the eighteenth International Symposium on Transport Phenomena, Daejeon, Korea, 2212-2216
Abstract: The permeability of a porous material represents the ability of the material to be crossed by a fluid stream. An experimental study in the Darcy regime allows us to measure the permeability of two different porous materials. Measurements were performed by using two gases: air and helium. Experiments were performed at ambient temperatures ranging from 293 to 315 K and humidities ranging from 30 to 96%. The way how the effect of air temperature and humidity on permeability affects the flow within porous media is discussed with the help of the pertinent equations.
Type: article
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