drainage point

drainage point

[′drān·ij pȯint]
(petroleum engineering)
A wellbore that is draining a petroleum or gas reservoir.
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Drainage point processing: was applied to identify the drainage points of the watersheds.
Also, the roof should be cambered so that it is tilting towards a drainage point.THE COMPOUNDThe most effective way to reduce the effect of run-off according to Mr Wainaina is to have grass and trees covering the ground all around your compound.
Drainage block's centers are supposed to be drainage points and all groundwater inside a block only flows to its drainage point where an inlet is installed.
It was then up to the engineers to "make it work" from a traffic, utility and drainage point of view while satisfying both the town and the state's permitting requirements.
(3) With this approach, the surgeon opens the saccule at its natural drainage point. This procedure allows for continued decompression.
3 Before installing the drainage channel, do a dry run so you know exactly where the position of your drain pipe will be connected to an existing drainage point. The drain opening in the channel will have to be tapped out with a hammer and then a debris trap is fitted.
Built-in items need to be accommodated very early on in the planning stage because, as with ice-making and water-filtering fridges, they need to be plumbed in to a water supply and a drainage point.
The filling and seaming stations are positioned on one single stainless steel, sanitary bottom plate with large drainage channels and single drainage point. Full-length stainless steel sanitary guards with integrated cable trunking and large doors give easy access to an open, easy to clean construction.
The amount of water removed at each drainage point in the wet end affects the amount of water still trapped in the fiber slurry in the sheet.
The natural drainage point for the ethmoid bulla is frequently located at the most lateral part of the posterior bullar wall.