water saturation


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water saturation

[′wȯd·ər ‚sach·ə′rā·shən]
(chemistry)
A solid adsorbent that holds the maximum possible amount of water under specified conditions.
A liquid solution in which additional water will cause the appearance of a second liquid phase.
A gas that is at or just under its dew point because of its water content.
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Visualization of the water saturation and nitrogen stress levels of specific sections of cultivated land and analysis of the causes of yield differences between plots,
This land represents difficult technical challenges due to the water saturation levels of the local soil, the organic content, and the soil salinity.
PetroFrontier's independent third party petrophysical analysis has identified a total net oil pay of 20 metres within the Arthur Creek and Thorntonia formations utilizing a porosity cut off of 2% and a water saturation cut-off of 58%.
2: text curves that can be fully utilised as curves, functions and discriminators; picks that can be zones boundaries, which further enhance the multi-well workflows; improved lithology shading; porosity and water saturation modules include options for a variable Sxo, and a Vshale workflow; histograms can be shown on cross-plot axes; the Saturation Height module includes an interactive closure correction cross-plot, and a 3D function plot; and the Image Analysis has had many usability improvements.
In comparison to traditional mineral oil, BIOTEMP has a higher water saturation limit and effectively becomes a barrier, reducing moisture absorption in the paper insulating the transformer.
1996), the interfacial tensions (Karimaie and Torsaeter, 2007) and initial water saturation (Viksund et al.
This training focused on the evaluation of water saturation in the oil and gas reservoirs.
Real-time monitoring of soil and air temperatures, as well as carbon dioxide levels, with remote frost, water saturation, drought, excessive heat, and air quality warnings.
wc]) is the relative permeability to oil at the connate water saturation, fraction; [[mu].
AP](t) were obtained with Equations 9 and 10, while the water saturation pressures were estimated with Antoine's equation (Equation 11).
Water saturation in such ceramic bodies is much lower than 5 %, and the compressive strength is about 27 MPa.