fluid pressure


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fluid pressure

n
(General Physics) the pressure exerted by a fluid at any point inside it. The difference of pressure between two levels is determined by the product of the difference of height, the density, and the acceleration of free fall
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With the analytical model of friction coefficient determining, it is in the function of the dimensions: workpiece material, workpiece wall thickness, fluid pressure and deformation ratio.
This is because during tripping out, large hole diameter allows the drilling fluid to rapidly fill in the place which was occupied by the drillstring, therefore the formation pore fluid pressure is easily controlled and avoid blowouts.
A sampling of topics includes: circular inclined concrete-filled steel tubular stub columns subjected to axial compression, multi-agents based distributed data integration, distributive regularities of the fluid pressure in elbow pipes, treatment of raw water with ultrafiltration membrane/PAC, experimental study on the EFI engine fueled with LPG, the new progress of nickel sulfide synthesis, kinetics of sulfuric acid leaching of boron slurry, cloud computing model and REST APIs implementation, a new outlier detection algorithms based on Markov chain, pressurized microwave-assisted extraction of isoflavones from soy, and a mechanical investigation on altered rocks in tunnel construction.
Claire, who also suffers from idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) - elevated spinal fluid pressure in the brain - first discovered she has the condition after having a blood test.
Using the fluid pressure and the Henry's coefficient, the value for [c.
The USGS does suggest, however, that the continued withdrawal of oil and gas and the associated decline in underground fluid pressure could even contribute to coastal sea level rises by lowering coastal land elevations.
It usually occurs when fluid pressure inside the eye slowly increases over time.
Instead, they are designed with a pair of meshed (geared) oval rotors that rotate under fluid pressure in an engineered measuring chamber.
For instance, the failed o-rings showed no evidence of pressure-related extrusion failure; when the fluid pressure exceeds the strength of the material, the rubber is forced into the clearance gap between the mating parts, leaving an area of "chewed up" rubber.
The aim of a filtrating surgery is, on the one hand, to reduce the intraocular pressure (IOP) which is the fluid pressure in the eye and, and on the other, to preserve the function of the eye.
These stresses are affected by blank geometry, fluid pressure, viscosity of fluid and process parameters.