displacement fluid

displacement fluid

[dis′plās·mənt ‚flü·əd]
(materials)
A fluid material, usually drilling mud or salt water, that is pumped into a well after the cement to force the cement out of the casing and into the annulus.
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And polymer has the ability of increasing the viscosity of displacement fluid.
1] has been found in the displacement fluid of the compound system.
The 4T-4A features Hammond's "swing vane" positive displacement fluid motor that harnesses energy from the flowing product line in order to operate without electricity, air or pressurized additive lines, making it uniquely qualified for rapid military deployment.