pumping pressure

pumping pressure

[′pəmp·iŋ ‚presh·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
Pressure required to inject (pump) water, gas, or acid into a pressurized petroleum reservoir.
References in periodicals archive ?
The pump operates with up to 2,200 psi pumping pressure for consistent installation of as much as 20 metric tons of material per hour.
In addition, a new pumping pressure line is created in the upper supply zone (Hubelwald).
With the technology, plastic viscosity can be reduced by up to 30%, which results in a substantial reduction of pumping pressure required to pump the concrete on the construction site.
The RMX-5000 Mixer/Pump has 15 percent more pumping pressure than any other machine of its size on the market, company engineers note, and is one of the manufacturer's five models for concrete repair and shotcrete.
In this case, the pumping pressure depends not only on the interface parameters, but also on the rheological parameters.
Supply of pumping pressure indicators, a 10 M3/ hour discharge water pump & a semi automatic scale for up to 300 Kg barrels.
Longevinex also doubled the heart pumping pressure as compared to resveratrol.
ARIES offers a wide range of outfitting components and configurations to increase the production and reliability of the truck system including electrically-driven Triplex CAT pumps for constant pumping pressure. Five part (penta) hose for reliable lateral grouting, larger volume water and mixing tanks for increased grouting capacity and a special winter operation package to increase equipment utilization throughout the year.
During normal production, the pumping pressure is about 3bar, however, if the line is stopped, the glycol mixture soon becomes more viscous.
Counterrotating machines also excel in applications that require precise control of residence time, low shearing, positive pumping, and/or constant pumping pressure.
* Reduction in overall KCAB natural gas and electrical energy consumption through improved equipment efficiency by increased heat transfer rates, reduced system friction loses due to scale corrosion and fouling, increased cross sectional pipe flow rates, reduced mineral and metal plating deposits, increased pumping rates, reduced pumping pressure and reduced treated water loses.
Aries offers a wide range of outfitting components and configurations to increase the production and reliability of the truck system such as electrically driven Triplex CAT pumps for constant pumping pressure, up to 700 feet of continuous grout quad hose or 500 feet of five-part (Penta) hose for lateral grouting, larger volume water and mixing tanks for increased grouting capacity, special winter operation package to increase equipment utilization throughout the year, and multiple sewer rehabilitation functions outfitted within the same vehicle.