работа; поведение (системы) ; режим (работы, пласта) ; характер (движения жидкости)

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режим (работы) ; поведение (системы) ; протекание (процесса)

behavior in particular circumstances — поведение в определённых условиях (при испытаниях или эксплуатации)

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состояние; поведение; режим залежи; характеристика динамики показателей работы залежи или скважины

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свойство, характеристика

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режим (работы); поведение (системы); протекание (процесса)

behavior in particular circumstances — поведение в определённых условиях ();

behavior in service — поведение при эксплуатации

- behavior of fluid
- behavior of platform
- behavior of structure under tow
- behavior of wall
- actual behavior
- aging behavior
- cocking behavior
- component behavior
- corrosion behavior
- critical behavior
- degradation behavior
- dynamic behavior
- equilibrium behavior
- error-free behavior
- fail-safe behavior
- fatigue behavior
- flow behavior
- gas cap behavior
- initial behavior
- limiting behavior
- jet behavior
- long-term behavior
- nonequilibrium behavior
- off-design behavior
- off-nominal behavior
- oil-bearing behavior
- operational behavior
- pathological behavior
- phase behavior
- production reservoir behavior
- reliability behavior
- reservoir behavior
- search behavior
- seismic behavior
- service behavior
- single-phase behavior
- stationary behavior
- steady-state behavior
- structural behavior
- wear behavior
- well behavior
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Англо-русский словарь нефтегазовой промышленности. 2011.

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