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miscible

 [mis´ĭ-b'l]
susceptible of being mixed.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bŭl),
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]

miscible

adjective Capable of being mixed without separating into distinct components, as alcohol into water.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]

miscible

(of liquids) having the ability to mix.

mis·ci·ble

(mis'i-bĕl)
Capable of being mixed and remaining so after the mixing process ceases.
[L. misceo, to mix]
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It describes the changing process of multistage contact miscible and fluid mass transfer process according to tie-line pattern change to forecast MMP [13, 14].
The interaction parameter [chi] can be evaluated by the analysis of melting point depression of a polymer by a second miscible amorphous polymer.
Near the injector, C[O.sub.2] is always miscible with oil due to the temperature drop to 49[degrees]C.
In most of blends, polymers are not miscible in the molecular level, and ihere is interphase or interface between ihe two phases.
If the plasticizer is not fully miscible and has a low molecular weight, it will migrate to the surface of the PVC article and form a separate layer.
Production forecast was performed for different reservoir conditions under both miscible and immiscible conditions using the following criteria presented in (7) and in Table 1.
Fluid flows in nature are usually turbulent, but we have considered the porous medium through which the fluid flows, to be homogeneous and for this reason, in the direction of the flow, we assume laminar flow in which miscible fluids mix.
In non-thermal EOR, there are two types of gas injection, miscible gas injection and immiscible gas injection.
In fact, PDO has achieved tremendous progress at Harweel in the implementation of the worldAAEs biggest miscible gas project.
The dispersion comprises a water miscible organic solvent and a polyureaurethane with a THF copolymer soft segment featuring 25%-60% by weight of ethylene glycol as a comonomer and an aromatic diisocyanate.
"We are one of the few oil companies in the world that is executing world-scale projects in each of the three commonly-used EOR technologies: thermal, chemical and miscible gas," he said.
The purpose of this paper is (i) to correct these errors, (ii) to extend the analysis to describe the course of breakthrough in beds of rectangular and circular cross-section, (iii) to re-interpret the existing experimental evidence, and (iv) to present many new experimental results on the horizontal and vertical transport of miscible ionic solutions of different concentrations and densities through inert and reactive porous materials, glass ballotini, and sepiolite, respectively.