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  • n. The relative amount of space left between objects that are packed together; gap.

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Examples

  • So I'm not sure that answers your questions, but we are successfully replacing a significant portion of our voidage, with the balance being from the water column.

  • Are you able to talk about voidage replacement and some of the metrics you've seen with regard to your waterflood, or water injection, I mean?

  • So that doesn't match our voidage, but we're seeing very good pressure response or recovery from this injection.

  • And plus, this water injection is being supported additionally by the pressure underlying the oil column, so we don't actually need to be matching voidage with our water injection program.

  • The design also ensures high voidage to prevent blocking that might otherwise slow down the process.

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  • The excellent ventilation and high voidage performance of the Warden Bioball and Biofil media make them extremely effective in wastewater treatment applications.

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