return water

return water

[ri′tərn ‚wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
(petroleum engineering)
In a water-injection operation (waterflood) for an oil reservoir, the reinjection of salt water that is produced along with the oil.
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So, in 2012, thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the GWT embarked on a reintroduction programme to return water voles to their native landscape.
The Companys products and services move, treat, analyze, monitor and return water to the environment in public utility, industrial, residential and commercial building services settings.
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The Egyptian president stressed that development is important, but in return water is equal, as it is an issue of life or death of the people, noting that the people of Egypt are fully aware and know what is harmful or useful to them.
During discharge, cold water is pumped from the bottom of the tank, while an equal amount of warm return water is returned to the top of the tank.
The details of the operation parameters (floor surface temperatures, flow rates, supply and return water temperatures to and from different components, heat pump COP values, etc.
Xylem is a global water technology company whose products and services move, treat, analyze, monitor, and return water to the environment in public utility, industrial, residential, and commercial building services, and agricultural settings.
The primary components of the project include a water inlet structure on Black Lake across from Fir Island, a penstock that will provide flow to a powerhouse and a tail race that will return water to the Fond du Lac River near Middle Lake.
If released into the river, it would be far better than raw sewage," he said, terming the technology is a ae ram baan AE ( perfect solution) to return water to the river and reduce extraction.
The processing plant is currently being built, so the initial dredged material is being placed in a temporary spoil site at this time, with the return water flowing back through stand pipes to the lake.
Traditional design practices include designing and controlling hydronic heating system to not return water cooler than 140[degrees]F (60[degrees]C) in order to prevent condensation of corrosive flue gases within the boilers.
The same could be asked of the way we return water, wastewater, to nature.