base conditions


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base conditions

[′bās kən′dish·ənz]
(petroleum engineering)
Standard conditions of 14.65 psia pressure and 60°F (15.6°C) used to calculate the amount of gas contained in oil from a well (the gas-oil ratio).
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It reminded me of a time thirteen centuries away, when the "poor whites" of our South who were always despised and frequently insulted by the slave-lords around them, and who owed their base condition simply to the presence of slavery in their midst, were yet pusillanimously ready to side with the slave-lords in all political moves for the upholding and perpetuating of slavery, and did also finally shoulder their muskets and pour out their lives in an effort to prevent the destruction of that very institution which degraded them.
military technology to improved base conditions and medical care for service members.
In the base conditions, the congestion begins between Interchanges 3 and 5 before it extends into the Interchange 1 to 3 segment.
In so doing, he underscores how both the spaces and peoples of London have been stigmatised by discourses of material degradation and social decline, inextricably tying them together through reference to base conditions and social and spatial disorder.
In the very lean budget years after World War II, base conditions were appalling compared to what many of us were used to during the latter Cold War and after--tarpaper shacks, no latrines or running water in many of the bachelor officer quarters, and the like.
He describes the weather, base conditions, and mission results as well as illustrates the impact of occasional changes in leadership and unit morale but offers little else in this sweeping history.
* Temperature and pressure sensors have to be connected so the measured gas can be normalized to base conditions; and
Notably, the Pennsylvania index places lower importance on this factor for the biosolids recycling base conditions defined herein (Figure 5).
These are: assessment of the base conditions; formulation and implementation of time-bound action plans to address weaknesses in compliance by countries; and monitoring of progress in the implementation of action plans to ensure compliance by countries.
Figures 1, 2a, and 2b are chosen to be the base conditions for comparison.
military technology and fleet readiness to improved base conditions and medical care for service members.
Index rate, base conditions, supercompressibility, scaling factors, and other location-specific operating parameters can be configured from the keypad or a laptop computer.