water saturation


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water saturation

[′wȯd·ər ‚sach·ə′rā·shən]
(chemistry)
A solid adsorbent that holds the maximum possible amount of water under specified conditions.
A liquid solution in which additional water will cause the appearance of a second liquid phase.
A gas that is at or just under its dew point because of its water content.
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At section TD of 4,229 metres, the well had yet to encounter any indication of water saturation.
A four to six-story building is equipped with an end-to-end solution consisting of several sensors on the walls and roof to measure building surface wall crack growth, tilt and vibration, and often a soil moisture sensor to monitor water saturation at the building's foundation, at a fractional cost of the traditional wired solution or human inspection.
"Pinagaralan to based on physical characteristics and soil water saturation sa nangyari noong bago mag-Bagong Taon," Daep said.
"By 2020, EAA will achieve a 'no aircraft turned away' condition for general aviation camping parking, weather and ground water saturation concurring, and explore means (e.g., a potential reservation system or other incentives) to shift arrivals to days with lower volume."
These analysis were carried out in order to evaluate the petrophysical parameters such as the shale volume (Vsh), total porosity (PHT), effective porosity (PHE), water saturation (Sw), hydrocarbon saturation (Sh), and pay zone.
For the monitoring of the water relatio((ns)) of the West Indian cherry plants, three fully expanded leaves were collected located in the middle third of each plant, to determine the relative water content in the leaf limb and the water saturation deficit following the methodology used by Lima et al.
The new taps at mosques contain water saturation mechanisms to reduce the actual flow of water.
Cruz collapsed because of heavy water saturation, said Engr.
We compared 216 soil samples (mound soil and undisturbed soil), to collect data on percentage water saturation, electrical conductivity (E/C), pH, organic matter content, and phosphorus and potassium contents.
The assessment within the 200-meter stretch of the road also showed there is an increase in water discharge and water saturation from springs nearby, which caused changes in the groundwater level and an increase of water pressure.
The main objective of this study is to determine petrophysical evaluations (porosity, water saturation, and hydrocarbon saturation) for the Early Cretaceous formations at Duhok basin.
In Figure 4 and Figure 5 we can observe that water saturation in prepared substrate cause a hard reduction of mortars adherence whatever the waste is earthenware ceramic or sanitary one; moreover, the adherence on surface with water saturation does not depend practically on the ceramic wastes quantity.