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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 11–14, 2006
Paper Number: ASSE-06-795
...Session No. 795 Evaluation of International Safety Symbols Lawrence J. H. Schulze, Ph.D., P.E., CPE Department of Industrial Engineering University of Houston Houston, Texas Abstract The use of pictograms has increased and their use can be found worldwide. Methods for assessing pictogram...
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J Ship Res 63 (04): 283–293.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSR-2019-63-4-283
Published: 01 December 2019
...Jack Weatheritt; Richard David Sandberg A novel data-driven turbulence modeling framework is presented and applied to the problem of junction body flow. In particular, a symbolic regression approach is used to find nonlinear analytical expressions of the turbulent stress-strain coupling...
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Paper presented at the The 27th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, June 25–30, 2017
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-17-383
... the empirical data by determining coefficients in the equation. However, no general method arrives a better model with structure and parameters for vehicles automatically when laws underlying vehicle models and laws reflecting the underwater environment are unknown. In this work, symbolic regression based...
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Prof. Safety 57 (03): 45–49.
Paper Number: ASSE-12-03-45
Published: 01 March 2012
... and labels. With increasing diversity in workplaces and worksites, symbols have become a critical component of warnings. Symbols have the potential to be under-stood by groups varying in language background and reading ability and, often, can be seen from greater distances than text. However, several studies...
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Paper presented at the 2010 SEG Annual Meeting, October 17–22, 2010
Paper Number: SEG-2010-3092
... a systematic approach to designing wave extrapolation operators by approximating the space-wavenumber matrix symbol with a lowrank decomposition. A lowrank approximation implies selecting a small set of representative spatial locations and a small set of representative wavenumbers. The optimized separable...
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Paper presented at the Annual Technical Meeting, June 11–15, 1988
Paper Number: PETSOC-88-39-02
... Abstract A cost-limiting factor of numerical reservoir simulation is the execution timespent on solving large systems of equations.The Symbolic D4 method is a newdirect solver which uses less memory and is significantly faster than otherdirect methods. This method decomposes the coefficient...
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Paper presented at the 2nd World Petroleum Congress, June 14–19, 1937
Paper Number: WPC-3319
... parattront dans qualques mois. SUMMARY A system 06 symbols for refinery &grams has been pT0pOSed. The Congress decided to submit these proposals to the I.S.A. The discussions will soon come lo an end, and it is known thai ihe detintte issue will deviate in some points from the origiwl. In order...
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Paper presented at the 2nd World Petroleum Congress, June 14–19, 1937
Paper Number: WPC-3318
... RESUME On propose une lists de symboles h adopter exclusivement pour ddsigner les gr@anmrl en usage dans kes calculs de distillation et de roctiticatim. SUMMARY Symbols are proposed, to be adopted exclusively fOT the indication 01 entities in use in distillation and rectification...
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C 5 ‐asphaltene (closed <b>symbols</b>) and pitch *  (open <b>symbols</b>) yields from mi...
Published: 26 November 2018
Fig. 11 C 5 ‐asphaltene (closed symbols) and pitch * (open symbols) yields from mixtures of propane and bitumen: (a) effect of pressure at 20°C; (b) effect of temperature at 10 MPa. Data at 2 MPa and at 90 and 130°C are from WC‐B‐B4 bitumen; all other data are from WC‐B‐B3 bitumen. More
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Summary of LOTs (solid <b>symbols</b>), FITs (hollow <b>symbols</b>) and FCPs (purple sym...
Published: 25 October 2016
Figure 7 Summary of LOTs (solid symbols), FITs (hollow symbols) and FCPs (purple symbols) interpreted from regional DFITs comparing with Pp (blue) and overburden stress (black) of one offset well. More
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Evolution of the training and validation loss. Curves with <b>symbols</b> show the...
Published: 10 November 2021
Fig. 9 Evolution of the training and validation loss. Curves with symbols show the smoothed training loss (T. Loss) and validation loss (V. Loss) when the network was trained with the data in Columns 6 (C6) and 8 (C8). Curves without symbols (right axis) correspond to the ratio of the validation More
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Visual representation of the main parameters and <b>symbols</b> used in equations ...
Published: 11 August 2021
Fig. 3 Visual representation of the main parameters and symbols used in equations in this study. The configuration of the stresses on the wellbore radius ( σ θ θ , σ y y , and σ r r ) of a horizontal well parallel to S h min ( y -axis More
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Safe operating area of cement sheath (region without <b>symbols</b>) for low-perme...
Published: 04 March 2021
Fig. 11 Safe operating area of cement sheath (region without symbols) for low-permeability cement and low-permeability formation using the thermoporoelastic model. Calculations were made using parameters in Table 5 and an initial cement effective stress of 2 MPa. More
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Plots of measured (<b>symbols</b>) and predicted (dashed line) CaCO 3  solubility ...
Published: 28 August 2019
Fig. 3 Plots of measured (symbols) and predicted (dashed line) CaCO 3 solubility in high-TDS brine at temperature of 25 to 250°C and pressure of 0 to 1500 bar. The high-TDS brine contains NaCl = 4.95 m and sodium sulfate (Na 2 SO 4 ) = 0.0407 m. SSP = ScaleSoftPitzer. More
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Plots of measured (<b>symbols</b>) and predicted (dashed line) CaCO 3  solubility ...
Published: 28 August 2019
Fig. 4 Plots of measured (symbols) and predicted (dashed line) CaCO 3 solubility in (a) two simulated Colbey brines, (b) a high-TDS Kennedy brine, and (c) the initial brine composition used in these dissolution experiments. The CaCO 3 -dissolution experiments were performed by saturating More
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Plots of measured (<b>symbols</b>) and predicted (dashed line) BaSO 4  solubility ...
Published: 28 August 2019
Fig. 5 Plots of measured (symbols) and predicted (dashed line) BaSO 4 solubility in a high-TDS brine at temperature of 25 to 250°C and pressure of 0 to 1500 bar. (a) The high-TDS brine contains Na +  = 3.26 m, Cl –  = 5.08 m, K +  = 0.026 m, Mg 2+  = 0.14 m, and Ca 2+  = 0.5 m. (b) The brine More
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Plots of measured (<b>symbols</b>) halite solubility and the predicted solubility ...
Published: 28 August 2019
Fig. 6 Plots of measured (symbols) halite solubility and the predicted solubility by our model (solid lines) and another software (dash lines) (a) at low to high pressure (Sill 1916 ; Adams and Hall 1931 ), and (b) in a high-salinity brine containing 390 g/L total dissolved solid, approximately More
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Plot of the measured (<b>symbols</b>) and predicted CaSO 4  solubility by our mode...
Published: 28 August 2019
Fig. 7 Plot of the measured (symbols) and predicted CaSO 4 solubility by our model (solid line) and by another geochemistry software (dotted line) at temperature of 120 to 230°C and the vapor pressure of water. The three groups of solubility data for CaSO 4 were measured by dissolution More
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P   *  as a function of  X   *  for this study data. Open <b>symbols</b> indicate ...
Published: 25 April 2019
Fig. 17 P   * as a function of X   * for this study data. Open symbols indicate data in segregated pattern, and filled symbols indicate data in the pseudo-slug pattern. More
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Exp. 6: RF (filled <b>symbols</b>) and effluent-viscosity reduction (effluent visc...
Published: 14 February 2019
Fig. 19 Exp. 6: RF (filled symbols) and effluent-viscosity reduction (effluent viscosity from Segments 3 and 4/effluent viscosity from Segment 1, red squares) as a function of interstitial velocity in Core Segments 3 and 4 when the polymer solution first has been injected through Core Segment 1 More

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