Definition of Piezometric

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a piezometer. ¹



2. Adjective. (hydrology) Of or relating to a measurement of water pressure inside an aquifer. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Piezometric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piezometric

piezoelectric
piezoelectric crystal
piezoelectric effect
piezoelectric effects
piezoelectrical
piezoelectrically
piezoelectricity
piezoelectrics
piezogenic
piezogenic pedal papule
piezoluminescence
piezomagnetic
piezomagnetism
piezometer
piezometers
piezometric (current term)
piezonuclear
piezophile
piezophiles
piezophilic
piezopolymer
piezopolymers
piezoresistance
piezoresistive
piezoresistive effect
piezoresistive effects
piezoresistivity
piezoresponse
piezotransducer
piezotropy

Literary usage of Piezometric

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1. Fluid Flow Through Faults and Fractures in Argillaceous Formations by Nuclear Energy Agency (1998)
"The piezometric head data of boreholes TH-2 and TH-5 were used to compare the transient behavior of piezometric heads on either side of the ..."

2. The Elements of Water Supply Engineering by Edward Sherman Gould (1899)
"... Length— Frictional Bead—Hydraulic Orade Line-Hydrostatic and Hydraulic Pressures—piezometric Tubes—Result of liaising a 1 'ipe Line Above the Hydraulic ..."

3. Practical Hydraulic Formulae for the Distribution of Water Through Long by Edward Sherman Gould (1894)
"... Frictional Head— Hydraulic Grade Line -Hydrostatic and Hydraulic Pressures- piezometric Tubes- Result of Raising a 1'ipe Line Above the Hydraulic Grade ..."

4. Hydraulics, the Flow of Water Through Orifices, Over Weirs, and Through Open by Hamilton Smith (1886)
"If the mouth of an orifice is placed so that the current of the stream impinges upon the section of the mouth, the piezometric column will be higher than ..."

5. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"The quickest way to solve this question will be to assume a piezometric height = E' = 290 ft., and see what will be the discharge through P and P". ..."

6. Cyclopedia of Civil Engineering: A General Reference Work on Surveying by American Technical Society (1920)
"The stepped upper line bounding the pressure area as has been noted in Part I, is termed the piezometric line, as it represents the level to which water ..."

7. Dams and Weirs: An Analytical and Practical Treatise on Gravity Dams and by William George Bligh (1915)
"The stepped upper line bounding the pressure area as has been noted in Part I, is termed the piezometric line, as it represents the level to which water ..."

8. Dams and Weirs: An Analytical and Practical Treatise on Gravity Dams and by William George Bligh (1916)
"The stepped upper line bounding the pressure area as has been noted in Part I, is termed the piezometric line, as it represents the level to which water ..."

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