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Determination of Permeability and Inertial Coefficients of Sintered Metal Porous Media Using an Isothermal Chamber
Sintered metal porous media are widely used in a broad range of industrial equipment. Generally, the flow properties in porous media are represented by an incompressible Darcy‒Forchheimer regime. This study uses a modified Forchheimer equation to represent the flow rate characteristics, which are then experimentally and theoretically investigated using a few samples of sintered metal porous media. The traditional steady-state method has a long testing time and considerable air consumption. Withdoi:10.3390/app8091670 fatcat:qb3agki2ovamhj654exi7ensvu