water leg


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water leg

[′wȯd·ər ‚leg]
(engineering)
The vertical area of a vessel or accessory to a vessel for the collection of water. Also known as sump.
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DST-2: (8,490 - 8,502 foot measured depth interval; 12 feet of perforations) further tested the apparent water leg in the Lower Caballos Formation.
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The Pony #2 well encountered the objective target sands in a down-dip position in the water leg.
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