Subject: Air bubbles prevent fluid flow inside a small hollow fiber.
Date: Mon Nov 1 13:47:13 2004
Posted by Meghna
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Clemson University
City: Clemson State/Province: SC
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Engineering
Hi, I am working with a 150 micrometer internal dia 360 micormeter outer
diameter fiber. I place this fiber horizontally inside a chamber filled with
water. I need the water to fill up the inside of the fiber uniformly. But air
bubbles form and prevent this from happening blocking my fiber. How can i
solve this problem? Thanks.
Re: Air bubbles prevent fluid flow inside a small hollow fiber.
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