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  • n. Plural form of permeability.


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  • The northern region consists of calcareous sediments that have shown high permeabilities.

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  • Depending on the position of the drain in relation to the boundaries between the layers of different permeabilities, the formulae to be used are as follows:

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  • He knew precisely the strength of the magnetic fields and the permeabilities, reluctances, and so on, of all the materials involved.

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  • In permeability curves the total magnetization of the given pieces of iron are plotted as abscissas, while the corresponding permeabilities are plotted as ordinates.

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  • K's found relative permeabilities of PK = 1: PNa = 20: PCl = 0.45 during the spike, and PK = 1.8: PNa = 0: PCl = 0.45 during the refractory period.

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  • Pressure transient analysis indicates the zone has permeabilities ranging up to 31 millidarcies. Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Yucca Mountain repository (now defunct, but much research was done there) in the US, have very low permeabilities but are often highly fractured.

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  • Welded tuffs can have low permeabilities, but the most attractive property of tuffs is their ability to trap some radionuclides through sorption and anionic exclusion.

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  • Although permeability is higher than in unfractured crystalline rocks such as granite, permeabilities in the argillite at Meuse/Haute-Marne can be as low as 10-12-10-14 m/s.

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  • And yeah, we couple all that with our philosophy data then you feel pretty good about your permeabilities. Home Page


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