pressure bomb

pressure bomb

[′presh·ər ‚bäm]
(petroleum engineering)
Pipe-and-valve device used to capture downhole pressurized gas samples from oil wells; used to measure downhole pressure.
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11 (ANI): A District Reserve Guard (DRG) jawan was killed on Sunday in a pressure bomb blast triggered by Naxals in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bijapur.
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This entails bagging leaves, waiting, and dragging a pressure bomb in the orchard around solar noon in a relatively narrow time window.
This included a home-made pressure bomb containing a number of pieces of shrapnel, in other words a nail bomb.
The officer said the material required to make a pressure bomb was also seized from him.
For now, the newly-captured potentially enormous power source is waiting to be shipped back to Prof Parkes' Cardiff lab, though he admits finding someone to bring back the high pressure bomb was a little tricky at first.
The IED that was recovered from the stomach of the slain jawan was a pressure bomb which explodes on being disturbed.
We take pressure bomb readings weekly and track data from our Ranch Systems Weather Station.
Usually a fully expanded leaf growing in the sunshine is detached from the vine, placed in a plastic bag, the end of the petiole is cut, and then the leaf is placed inside the pressure bomb.
Pressure bomb readings are very useful in conjunction with our weekly visual assessment of shoot tips and leaves.
Wolff also uses the standard pressure bomb to measure moisture in the leaf.