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Generally speaking, these workers employed simplistic models based on flow through vertical circular channels or between essentially parallel planes. The actual crosssectional geometry of the channels, the mobility of their walls, and the variation in their inclinations were not incorporated in any fundamental quantitative manner. As a result, the final equations in each case include various empirical constants and are accordingly limited in their applicabilities. A m o r e recent study by M o r g a n (1969), which treats capillary wall mobility as slip, is also bounded by empiricism.

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