fluid contact

fluid contact

[′flü·əd ′kän‚takt]
(petroleum engineering)
The site in a reservoir where there is gas-oil contact or oil-water contact.
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The Chamber expressed its satisfaction at the Embassy's desire to maintain direct and fluid contact with our country, as well as interest in deepening commercial ties, exploring cooperation mechanisms on ecotourism and renewable energy issues, and collaborating on a joint agenda that facilitates the exchange of strategic contacts between both parties.
Carl Kingsley, mitigating, said: "There was a fluid contact arrangement but she refused to hand over his clothes and he kicked the door."
No healthcare workers reported blood or body fluid contact with nonintact skin or mucous membranes, and there were no percutaneous exposures.
Normally heat transfer rate decreases with increases in flow rate because contact time between the hot wals and cold fluid decreases with increases the flow rate but in the case of nano fluid it is vice versa because when the flow rate increases the nano particles suspended in base fluid contact increases.
Disposing of fluid from suction field directly to drain is the most cost-effective solution, and also minimizes staff and patient contamination due to fluid contact. Closed systems which dispose of fluid from suction field directly to sewer are superior to systems requiring fluid transport to a disposal site as transport introduces steps where exposure can occur.
Water phase of drilling fluid contact or injected water with formation and absorbing water by Clays and their swelling make fluid passing entries closed [3-5].
Ebola is a horrible virus that can cause death and spread rather easily from direct body fluid contact. Unfortunately some headlines and interviews were very negative toward nursing and the nurses involved in the Texas Ebola case.
Because the fluid contact layer is the same in both films, current users of PureFlex[TM] film can incorporate PureFlex[TM] Plus technology with reduced validation requirements.
Therefore, the virus can jump to humans through direct fluid contact in the process of preparing the meat for cooking.
"TPUs are excellent materials for applications that involve bodily fluid contact such as catheters, balloons, stents, and other implantable devices," says Walder, who will talk on both the use of TPUs as medical grade elastomers and how different variables affect the processing of TPUs.
Picardo said: "I have no contact with Madrid, but I have a lot of fluid contact with mayors in La Linea and others municipalities in the area who are very concerned about the effect the controls being imposed by Madrid could have on the working lives of people who come in and out of Gibraltar every day.