azimuth deviation

azimuth deviation

[′az·ə·məth ‚dē·vē′ā·shən]
(ordnance)
The angular difference in azimuth between the lines from the gun to the target and from the gun to the point where a projectile strikes or bursts.
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The Electronic Multi-Shot (EMS) is a three-in-one tool from Reflex Instrument AB that measures drill-hole dip and azimuth deviation, hole temperature, and three components of the hole magnetism.