infinite reservoir

infinite reservoir

[′in·fə·nət ′rez·əv‚wär]
(petroleum engineering)
In reservoir unsteady-state liquid-diffusion calculations, a reservoir in which the outer boundary is considered to be effectively at an infinite distance from the inner boundary at the well of an aquifer.
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A third way is for tech companies to commit to helping children and teenagers discover the infinite reservoir for amazement and intelligence that we now call STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
While there is an infinite reservoir of ideas constantly brewing within Gaba's multi-disciplinary mind, the main challenge for him as an artist is continuing to believe in "the profound relevance of art in a scene that is in all ways dominated by the marketplace." How, as artists, can one keep believing in ideas that the majority are indifferent to and how can one sustain faith in art, as opposed to the production of expensive decorative investments, where no true discourse happens?
Chronic inflammation may be attributed to an electron deficiency that is remedied by contact with the Earth's infinite reservoir of free electrons.
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The first is a straight jet driven by its own momentum through an infinite reservoir of the same fluid (Figure 6).
He said the affinity between Pakistan and Turkey drew strength from the infinite reservoirs of mutual goodwill and appreciation, that had always been expressed by the two governments and the peoples.
Pakistan and Turkey enjoy time tested and deeply rooted relationship, a kinship that renders distances immaterial, that draws strength from infinite reservoirs of mutual goodwill and appreciation and that fills the heart with warmth and happiness, he said.