Surface Tension - dadala - The Ides Of March (File, Album)

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  1. Surface tension dictates whether a formulation will wet and spread over, or retract from, a solid substrate. Any formulation exhibits both an adhesive force that is a measurement of the degree of association of the formulation for the substrate, and a cohesive force that is a measure of the degree of self-adhesion of the formulation.
  2. Surface 10 (aka Dean De Benedictis), has always worked along the edges, seemingly fascinated by dichotomies, and over the years has created astonishing experimental music that counterintuitively are surprisingly accessible. Surface Tensions follows in these footsteps, a stunning album that has as much to offer the tech geek as the more unenlightened general listener.
  3. "The Ides of March" brings a new member to dadala: Paul Mimlitsch of Colorado (US), a multi-instrumentalist improviser who dives into the creative process "without intent" (which resonates nicely with dadala's ways!). electronics and a metal object to this album (including overdubs performed to dadala mixes-in-progress, and already existing.
  4. Surface Tension by Chad Munson, released 29 August 1. I 2. II 3. III 4. IV MEDS Those already familiar with Chad Munson’s talent for playing with sonic weight and texture on stand-out releases like Albedo and Soft Metals on his own Magnetic Domain imprint can expect more hypnotic and enveloping sounds. If you’re not- this is a good opportunity to get familiar.
  5. Critical Surface Tension. The critical surface tension of a solid surface is an indication of its relative water-hating or water-loving character. A low critical surface tension means that the surface has a low energy per unit area. The quantity is based on experiments with a series of pure liquids.
  6. Surface tension is the tendency of liquid surfaces to shrink into the minimum surface area possible. Surface tension allows insects (e.g. water striders), usually denser than water, to float and slide on a water surface. At liquid–air interfaces, surface tension results from the greater attraction of liquid molecules to each other (due to cohesion) than to the molecules in the air (due to.
  7. Jul 31,  · In file below (laminar flow (water & air)), a compressible air bubble is surrounded by incompressible water & surface tension is specified at air-water interface using fluid-fluid interface.
  8. and assume that surface tension takes the same value everywhere on a static interface (with exception of soap films). Force and surface tension dA ds L-F The basic surface tension exper-iment is a 2-dimensional version of the 3-dimensional experiment with a piston in a container. Us-ing a soap film and metal wire as both ‘container’ and.

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