The more cracks , the smaller the cracks, the deeper the leak. Water leakage is a common problem of buildings in the harsh rainy weather like our home. One of the causes of water leaking into our homes is from the cracks in the building.
In that when the house is cracked, the house has a hole, then it is a way for water to come
in normally But the crack has some unthinkable qualities. That is, the size of the cracks
does not correlate with the seriousness of the leakage power. In other words, large cracks
may not allow water to seep in as much.
But while the tiny cracks allowed a lot of water to seep in It also seeped into a Nobody care about the gravity of the world as well.
The initial cause would have to go back and explain with a bit of scientific terms. Which I hope everyone has heard of the word “Capillary Action”
Indeed, this term is a biology term. It describes plant water uptake as being able to suck
water from the ground against the Earth’s gravity. By nature, the movement of water
through a small tube (Here is the vascular plant), which is simply summarized as liquids,
such as water, have the property to flow quickly and continuously in narrow niche.
Without relying on gravity Or suction at all If anyone has a glass of water right now, they can test it. By dripping water down the table, then gently upside down the rim of the glass onto the drop of water. When the edge of the glass is closer to the table Until the distance between the edge of the glass and the table is very small, the water droplets will immediately run in a circle. And this is “Capillary Action”.
As well If small cracks occur on walls or floors of buildings exposed to water The water was ready
to run, Jude flowed with force, the sheets instantly spread along the cracks. Regardless of whether
it flows along or resists the gravity of the world If the destination is the other wall Water will seep
into the inside. But if it cracks to just a brick Water will absorb into the bricks. Of course, the porous
bricks undergo a “Capillary Action” reaction that extends over the entire brick. Buried moisture in the wall
This knowledge in practice is Repairing, filling cracks, structural leaks Must choose
to use materials that, when dry, will not cause small cracks and new cracks, for example, if the roof is sealed with normal cement.
Which when it dries down, it will shrink and form small fissures between สถาปนิก the original repair positions. This will make the cracks absorb water faster and wider, allowing more water from all sides to flow into the cracks. Can be said that the more solving the more interrupted