capillary control

capillary control

[′kap·ə‚ler·ē kən′trōl]
(petroleum engineering)
Discarded theory of reservoir oil flow to a well hole through capillary pores; it attributed flow resistance to gas bubbles within the capillaries.
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According to Dipl Ing Jochen Schonfeld, president, Hyprostatik Schonfeld, stiffness in guideways is four to five times higher than the stiffness of hydrostatic systems equipped with capillary control systems.
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