voidage

voidage

[′vȯid·ij]
(materials)
The volume of the voids in a sample of powder divided by its overall volume (that is, the total volume occupied by the voids and the solid material).
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Perpetual currently has six injectors online in the Sparky Upper Mannville I2I pool injecting at a voidage replacement ratio greater than 1.
The apparent volume of the paint sample comprehends the solid volume and the intra-particle voidage.
The presence of voids in concrete greatly reduces its strength: Approximately 1% voidage decreases the strength by 5-8% [26].
A global voidage replacement ratio of greater than 1.
Zhu, "The Axial Distribution of the Cross-Sectionally Averaged Voidage in Fast Fluidized Beds," Powder Technol.
The voidage fraction is reduced and hence the improved recovery ability.
p], is a measure of how easily granular matter will reduce in voidage under applied pressure.
Dejour plans to continue the work with AJM Petroleum Consultants to produce a midyear NI 51-101 compliant reserve report as well as an application to the Oil Gas Commission to remove the GOR allowable from the pool rules and replace it with the best practice of waterflood management under a voidage replacement scheme.
There is additional recoverable potential associated with waterflooding and voidage replacement, which TAG has started in the Urenui formation at the Cheal A-Site, and seen a significant production response and increase in recovery factors.
Results are reported on spout and dead-zone shape, local profiles of pressure, particle velocity and voidage.
This is due to the poor morphological structure, which creates very fine capillary voidage between the matrix and the minor phases.
Water is being actively injected to obtain optimal voidage replacement prior to drilling the final group of producing wells in Q3/05.