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Ekwere J. Peters's Advanced Petrophysics PDF

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By Ekwere J. Peters

A pragmatic, fast paced method of instructing the options and difficulties universal in petroleum engineering that may entice quite a lot of disciplines Petrophysics is the examine of rock homes and their interactions with fluids, together with gases, liquid hydrocarbons, and aqueous ideas. This three-volume sequence from uncommon college of Texas professor Dr. Ekwere J. Peters presents a easy knowing of the actual houses of permeable geologic rocks and the interactions of a few of the fluids with their interstitial surfaces, with specific specialize in the shipping homes of rocks for single-phase and multiphase movement.

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Nets set on the pond side of the makaha close off the migratory route. Later in Hawaiian history, the canals were modified to have one or two vertically movable makaha substituting for the set net and immovable makaha used earlier. With this modification, as the fish entered the canal and tried to migrate to the sea, the seaside makaha was lowered (or was permanently fixed) and the pond side makaha was raised and fish crowded into the harvest canal. The pond side makaha was then lowered, trapping the fish, which were simply netted out or hand harvested from the canal.

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