matrix rock

matrix rock

[′mā·triks ‚räk]
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This allows the steam to work at its optimum level to heat the matrix rock and the large volume of oil contained in its pores.
Its name comes from Latin "granatus" meaning seed, because it often resembles small round seeds when found in its matrix rock.
to swab down the entire well to near atmospheric pressure thereby allowing fluids to move in through the numerous fractures from the matrix rock.
of Spectrum 2000, to swab down the entire well to near atmospheric pressure thereby allowing fluids to move in through the numerous fractures from the matrix rock.
It is therefore imperative to have a greater understanding of the physical properties of the matrix rocks that compose the geothermal systems.