field pressure

field pressure

[′fēld ‚presh·ər]
(geology)
The pressure of natural gas in the underground formations from which it is produced.
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IANS Wellington A disciplined performance with the ball and on field pressure helped New Zealand outsmart India by 23 runs in the opening Twenty20 International match here on Wednesday.
One of the forces comes from the spring which drives the cone body closed and the other opposite force comes from the flow field pressure of the cylinder fluid.
During magnetic-pulse pressing, the parameters of the stranded wire connections are determined both by the initial dimensions of the connecting sleeve and the space-time characteristics of the magnetic field pressure pulse during the formation of the joint.
The benefits are "being able to eliminate field pressure checks and being able to do that remotely, improving your safety and your efficiency."
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Field Pressure Logger and Transmitter with Necessary Software and Spare Parts for Pilot DMA Work in Delhi Jal Board
Keeping the plasma off the vessel walls requires careful control of the magnetic field pressure, and this is provided by the positioning of magnetic coils and the current passed through them.
Internal flow field pressure and temperature distributions obtained using the 1.6 million grids by the single-step global chemical reaction are shown in Figures 4(a) and 4(b); the average pressure of combustion chamber is 17.82 MPa, which is 0.68% greater than 17.7 MPa obtained by model engine test, and the result is relatively accurate.
To verify the new scheme, the pressure distributions in the central section at five different moments were selected for analysis of the changes in flow field pressure in the compression chamber.
As the water moves west toward the wells, it raises field pressure and increases the success of various oil recovery mechanisms.
Field pressure, the reservoir's natural energy, has dropped, making the oil harder to produce.
According to the 150 kHz frequency near field limit, three distances R were chosen: R = 10 mm for a near field; R = 35 mm for intermediate field (when transducer is deflected, one part of the excitation zone gets into the near field, and the other - in the far field pressure zone), R = 45 mm for far field.

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