rate of flow


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rate of flow

[′rāt əv ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
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Consistent with evidence regarding adjustments of hours over the business cycle,(23) the rate of flow from full-time to part-time employment increases for both genders in an economic downturn.
The gas is contained in a tight formation requiring horizontal drilling, hydraulic fracturing and other formation treatment to attain a commercial rate of flow.
Once we can get the work over rig on the Z1 site, we should be able to dual produce from the both oil and gas zones within the well and this should give us a sustained rate of flow for sales.