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hydrostatic

 [hi″dro-stat´ik]
pertaining to a liquid in a state of equilibrium or the pressure exerted by a stationary fluid.

hy·dro·stat·ic

(hī'drō-stat'ik),
Relating to the pressure of fluids or to their properties when in equilibrium.

hy·dro·stat·ic

(hī'drō-stat'ik)
Relating to the pressure of fluids or to their properties when in equilibrium.
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The fluid pressure applied on the fracture surfaces influences the fracture aperture, which in turn affects the fluid flow behavior.
where [p.sub.fc] is the critical fluid pressure (kPa), [[sigma].sub.3] is the least principal effective stress (kPa), and [[sigma].sub.t] is the tensile strength (kPa).
These fluid properties were subsequently applied to predict fluid pressures and stiffness and damping characteristics of the strut.
Caption: Figure 14: The peak value of fluid pressure in [kPa] on the tank wall at the original position of the fluid free surface as function of the tank slenderness parameter [gamma].
Fluid pressure of [P.sub.b] and [P.sub.t] is, respectively, applied at the lower and upper side of the fracture.
By setting up discretised equations of the forms (42), (45), and (48), at each node, the fluid pressure distribution along a crack can be obtained.
The abnormal distribution of cellular fluid pressure may result in gene expression and metabolic abnormalities.
Fluid pressure transfer between the different labyrinthine compartments is widely described [21-23].
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.
The device can also now be equipped with fluid pressure sensors for the first time and temperature measurements are possible for an extended measuring range from -250[degrees]C to 1200 [degrees]C.
On the other hand, the increase in mud density can easily control formation pore fluid pressure, therefore, wide range of safe pipe trip-out speeds can be applied as shown in Figure 2.